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Slaw Dogs {with crispy corned beef}

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These slaw dogs are perfect for summer! Topped with homemade broccoli slaw and crispy corned beef…

Slaw Dog with Crispy Corned Beef by Nutmeg Nanny

 

I have a thing for hot dogs. I sorta love them. Like, a lot. I know they’re not really a “classy” food but man oh man are they delicious! I’m happy having them grilled, boiled, broiled…it’s all good. Normally I’m boring and just cover them in tons of ketchup and yellow mustard.

{How do you take your dogs???}

Slaw Dog with Crispy Corned Beef by Nutmeg Nanny

Well, this time around I changed it up a bit. No more ketchup and mustard for me! This combination of broccoli slaw (like cole slaw but made with broccoli) and crispy corned beef is ahhhhhmazing! I know, that was sorta an obnoxious spelling of the word amazing.

I used some Hebrew National dogs because not only because they are delicious, but because I’m a fan of 100% beef hot dogs. I like knowing whats in my food. Who’s with me?

{Also, I ate these hot dogs for breakfast yesterday. Don’t judge me}

Slaw Dog with Crispy Corned Beef by Nutmeg Nanny

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Slaw Dog {with crispy corned beef}

Yield: 7 hot dogs

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Ingredients:

4 cups broccoli slaw mix
1/2 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons brown sugar
2 tablespoons beer vinegar (or apple cider vinegar)
Salt and pepper, to taste
1 package Hebrew National hot dogs
1/4 pound thinly sliced corned beef (from the deli)
Hot dog buns

Directions:

In a medium sized bowl add broccoli slaw mix. In a small bowl whisk together mayonnaise, brown sugar and vinegar. Pour over slaw mix, stir, cover and let sit in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours to combine flavors.

When you are ready to serve the slaw, stir, taste and add desired level of salt and pepper.

Boil or grill hot dogs and when done keep warm while you crisp up corned beef.

In a small skillet (or on the grill) crisp up each corned beef slice by cooking on high for about 2 minutes per side. One crisped, chop.

To assemble hot dogs at one hot dog per bun, top with a spoonful of broccoli slaw and about a tablespoon of crispy corned beef.

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Hebrew National tastes great because, for more than 100 years, we’ve adhered to the highest quality standards. Hebrew National Franks are made with premium cuts of 100% pure kosher beef, and contain no artificial flavors, no artificial colors, no by-products, and no fillers. Premium taste and high quality every time, for any occasion. That’s our guarantee. Learn about even more reasons to love Hebrew National, and tell us why you love them, too! www.facebook.com/HebrewNational

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Hebrew National via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Hebrew National.

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Sunday 9th of June 2013

I don't eat a lot of meat...but the smell of hot dogs always makes me crave it (weird)? Slaw on top sounds fantastic. I usually just go the yellow mustard route

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