Classic Hot Dog
4 Hot Dogs
4 Martin’s Long Potato Rolls
Condiments of Choice
Toppings of Choice
Cook hot dogs using preferred method:
Grilling Method: Heat hot dogs over medium (or indirect) heat on grill, turning occasionally. Cook until fully heated internally and there is a nice, even char on all sides, being careful not to burn them. (Total Time: 5-10 minutes)
Boiling Method: Fill a saucepan with about 4 cups of water. Bring to a boil. Once boiling, turn heat to low and add hot dogs. Simmer for about 5 minutes, or until hotdogs are fully heated. (Total Time: 5-10 minutes)
Combination Method: First, boil hot dogs using the boiling method above to ensure they are warmed through. Then, grill hot dogs on a grill over high heat until they have a nice char, or broil in the oven for a few minutes. (Total Time: 10-15 minutes)
Campfire Method: Place hot dogs on skewers. Cook over the fire, rotating occasionally, about two to four minutes or until the outside is bubbling and browned. (Total Time: 2-4 minutes)
Multi-Cooker Method: Add hot dogs and 1 cup of water to a 6-qt. multi-cooker. Lock lid and set valve to “Sealing.” Select “High Pressure” and a cook time of 0 minutes. (Hot dogs will cook while the device comes up to pressure.) When finished cooking, set valve to “Venting” to do a quick release, being careful to avoid the steam. (Total Time: 2-3 minutes)
Air Fryer Method: Place hot dogs in air fryer. Cook at 390 degrees Fahrenheit for 3 minutes, or until golden brown. (Total Time: 3 minutes)
Alternate Methods: You can also fry the hot dogs in a pan with olive oil, or bake them in the oven until fully heated. (Total Time: about 5 minutes)
Once hot dogs are fully heated, remove from heat and set aside, drying them off if necessary.
Place each hot dog in a bun and top with desired toppings and condiments, such as cheese, mustard, ketchup, relish, onions, chili, etc.