Toss cabbage, cucumber, and grated carrot in a sweet-hot vinaigrette then top turkey hot dogs with the veggie mixutre, a spicy
Asian aioli, and chopped peanuts for a Thai-twist on this American favorite.
Fresh cauliflower, grated carrot, chopped provolone cheese, red bell peppers, olives, and parsley tossed in an olive oil vinaigrette
create the tasty and tangy topping for these New Orleans-style hot dogs.
Enhance the Greek flavor of these dogs by using sun-dried tomato chicken sausage in place of traditional hot dogs. Top with
a simple cucumber sauce, romaine lettuce, tomato, cucumber, red onion, and Greek dressing.
For an appetizer that's as cute as it is delicious, layer your favorite game-day ingredients, including baked beans, coleslaw,
and hot dogs, in individual glasses. Garnish with picked okra, for a southern touch, or a sliced pepper, for bold Midwestern
Nothing beats easy fare on the day of the big game. Bake chopped up hot dogs into a three-ingredient homemade bun then top
with cheese dip. It's the perfect casserole to satisfy your halftime cravings.
Upgrade your dog to a hearty main meal by wrapping turkey dogs in refrigerated breadstick dough, then basting with a lightly
beaten egg, to give the bread a golden color and flaky texture. Serve with "homemade" baked beans; your guests will never
know that you simply doctored canned beans by adding bacon, onion, brown sugar, and a hint of Worcestershire.
Skip the traditional mustard-and-ketchup toppings and instead top your dogs with Asian-inspired flavors including broccoli
slaw, fresh ginger, and hoisin sauce. Theme your buffet towards flavors of the East for a fun twist during your turn to host
the tailgating event.
Got kids coming for the big event? Serve rollups, cheesy versions of the classic pig-in-a-blanket recipe. They're easy for
little hands to hold and easy for big hands to grab by the handful while passing the buffet.
The bratwurst, king of the hot dogs, is simmered in beer and seasonings then piled high with fresh veggies and a special mustard
sauce, made with cider vinegar, beef bouillon cubes, and a little sugar.
Serve party-friendly (and super cute!) dogs that will satisfy your guests without filling them up. After all, they'll need
room on their plates for the cheese dip, chips, salsa, and delicious game-day sides.