137/18: Hot Dogs
After cooking Hot Dog Pizzas I had some sausages left so decided to quickly cook some hot dogs. I have cooked the Spuntino Eagle Rock Dogs a few times lately so decided to keep these pretty basic with caramelised onions, mustard and ketchup.
The butchers dogs from Turner and George are the best hot dog sausages I have found so far, really, really tasty! £13 for 6x120g.
Waterbath in the Thuros T1 to create two heat zones and a big fistful of Oxford Charcoal Cherry Lumpwood lit with a couple of flamers underneath.
The sausages were pricked all over with a cocktail stick to stop them splitting then placed over the indirect heat zone. Lid on.
Rotated after 5 minutes.
Time to plate up:
Basic finger rolls from the co-op, hot dog, caramelised onions, American mustard and tomato ketchup.
Time to Eat:
Fantastic! (I ate two!)
Quick and easy cook, last minute idea to use up leftovers but a tasty dish all the same. I still believe these are the best hot dog sausages you can buy in the UK. I haven’t had better ones yet.
|Cook Duration:||Quick: 1/5|
|Cook Equipment:||Thuros T1|
|Cook Method:||Indirect / Water bath|
|Charcoal:||Oxford Charcoal Cherry|
|Cook time:||10 Minutes|
|Internal temperature:||75C Thermapen|
|Notes:||No major changes.|
If you don’t have a Thuros T1 yet you can buy one here with the lid: