Jun 7, 2014, 22:00
so darn good you eat 10 hotdogs
This tastes exactly like the original. I make a double batch and freeze whats left over. Taste is better if you make ahead of time and reheat.
This recipe is dead on! I used to live in New Jersey, and among the things I missed when I moved was hot dogs from a hot dog truck. These onions are exactly like I'm back home in Newark buying a dog on the corner THANKS!
Good show. This is also the same sauce they use at Gray's Papaya or Papaya King. If you want an authentic meal cook your hot dogs on the grill. Grill your buns as well and then dress your hot dog with sauerkraut, this sauce and mustard. Make 2 for yourself and serve with a large glass of papaya juice. There you have it!
Oct 28, 2006, 22:00
Another winner! As a native New Yorker, I can tell you that this is 100% on the mark. Sabrett sells this stuff for a buck and a half a pound. You can make it - all natural, too boot - for pennies. I am heating some up now as I write this!
Dec 10, 2005, 22:00
I live in NYC for the first 30 yrs of my life (46 now). Worked in Manhattan and ate it everyday. And when I moved away I missed this stuff. Now that I can make it now people know what I'm talikng about and ask me to make it all the time. They say this is the best stuff they ever had on a hot dog. But when I get the real Sabrett hogs they go even more wild.
Sep 10, 2005, 22:00
The first time I used 1 cup of water. Second time I changed to 3/4 cup of water. Even by the directions if you use the water called for, it will cook down to a mush. Turned out very good the onions (Vidalia) still had some body to them. A sure keeper.
Aug 29, 2005, 22:00
Excellent.....wonderful addition to our hot dogs this summer!
Aug 29, 2005, 22:00
Made it with the one cup of water, for a family cook out. The kids thought it too hot, but the grown ups loved it. Will be making it again with a little less pepper.
Aug 24, 2005, 22:00
Agreed, 2 cups is too much H2O and I thought that more corn syrup or sugar s/b added. Sabretts uses dehydrated onions, add some onion powder to the sauce to add that flavor. Don't over cook or the onions dissolve.