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Grandmas BBQ Hotdog (sauce)

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My grandma makes these hotdogs at every family gathering we have and I have since started making them for my friends. They really enjoy them, as well as the guys at the fire dept. Here is the recipe for just the sauce

-12oz bottle of chili sauce
-3TBS brown sugar
-3TBS Dark karo corn syrup
-2TBS white vinegar
-2TBS Worcestershire sauce
-1TBS yellow mustard
- 1/2 cup ketchup
Mix together in large mixing bowl. Apply to whatever

After that, she usually pours it over a package of hotdogs cut up and bakes them at 350 for a half an hour. The sauce is good on a lot of things, My personal favorite being grilled Kielbasa. Enjoy!
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Sounds good, i'll have to try this one.
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That is almost identical to my Mom's Barbeque, aka Sloppy Joe sauce. Just add sauteed fine diced Onion and Ground Beef. Simmer until thick. I can see it would be great on Hot Dogs or Smoked Sausage. My Polish family would pobably disown me if I put that on Kielbasa...:biggrin:...JJ

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