Recipe by ROSE1
"These dogs are made with beer and brown sugar, but are always a big hit with our friends and family. They should simmer on the stove for at least 60 minutes. We usually put them in a slow cooker when serving to keep them hot. Use toothpicks to spear these little bit-sized delights."
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2 (16 ounce) packages
beef frankfurters, cut into bite size pieces
light brown sugar
1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle
very tasty, I added a little corn starch to thicken the sauce and used cocktail weiners. a big hit for parties.
not bad but coctail weiners were much better.
I normally follow the recipes to a T the first time I make them but this time I added a few things to spice it up a bit. I also added a little cornstarch to thicken the sauce. I used a dark stout and added chopped onion, fresh minced garlic and some low sodium soy sauce. The result was DELICIOUS! I'll be serving this at the next Superbowl party.
I've made this a couple times for gatherings and I never have any left over. I think cut up hot dogs work better than cocktail weiners because they absorb more of the sauce, since they don't have the casing to go through.
These were actually a huge hit with our friends. We did follow others suggestions and thickened the sauce with some corn starch at the end. I might even next time pop them in the oven for a few minutes to carmelize some of the sauce. Will definately make this again.
I served this to my Bunko group. I really liked them a lot and two people commented they really liked them..however, I still had over half left at the end of the night. I used Ballpark as that is the hot dogs my family likes, but they really plumped up so had to double the sauce. I might make these again, but I'll use regular size dogs.
Fantastic! Served it to a large crowd. It pleased everyone's taste buds and I had to immediately share the recipe! Sauce could be a tad bit thicker, but overall it was sensational!
So yummy and so easy to make! These drunken dogs were such a hit that they have been requested over and over again. I did add a bit of asian sauce to give it an extra layer of flavor and it made the sauce a bit thicker! Excellent recipe!
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