Make Simple yet Delicious Chicken Hot Dogs with Pineapple Relish at Home

Be it meet-up parties or midnight snacks, you can now enjoy delicious Chicken Hot Dogs with pineapple relish at the comfort of your home. Hot Dogs are easy to make and take only 10 minutes of preparation. Serve them with a glass of fizzy soft drink, lemonade or just a bowl full of chips and dip – there you go! To learn how to make Chicken Hot Dogs with pineapple relish, take a look at the recipe below.

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Make Simple yet Delicious Chicken Hot Dogs with Pineapple Relish at Home
Course Appetizer
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Course Appetizer
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a small bowl, mix pineapple, jalapeno, onion, ginger and vinegar. Set aside. In a grill, heat the sausage on medium-low heat until heated through and slightly charred with the grill marks.
  2. Serve grilled sausages in the hot dog buns topped with pineapple dressing along with your favourite beverage and some fries or chips.
Recipe Notes

Recipe Tip

If you find the bun too dry, just spread a teaspoon of mustard sauce or ketchup before adding the sausage.

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Hot dogs have so many variations, be it the Chicago-style, classic mustard, Italian, hot wiener or complete. We love to enjoy ours with a touch of pineapple relish. How do you make hot dogs at home? Share your version of the recipe with us!

Frequently Asked Questions

What mild peppers can be used other than jalapenos?

If you are looking for a milder substitute for jalapenos, you can use cherry peppers or bell peppers. You can eliminate the peppers and use pickles too.

What sausages are preferred for smaller hot dogs?

You can use wiener or Nuremberger sausages for smaller hot dogs.

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