Here’s a fun fact about me (if you couldn’t tell by the type of recipes I post) I am not a big fan of fast/ junk food but a good hot dog is something I totally enjoy. My version of a loaded hot dog might pale in comparison to others because I’m also not a huge fan of having a “cacophony ” of ingredients in any given dish. I believe in choosing the right ingredients and creating the perfect balance to achieve optimum results. These loaded hot dogs are a great example of how discernment goes a long way in delivering the perfect results, even for something that is considered “junk food”.
Side note: Its the year 2021, the sausage manufacturers and the bun manufacturers can come to an agreement on how much buns or sausages should be sold in a pack!
Big 2021 and hotdog sausage manufacturers and hotdog buns manufacturers can’t come together and decide whether they selling 8 or 12 items per package.
— baidawi (@baidawi) April 20, 2021
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Crush the chips in the bag and set aside to use as a topping. I like the crunch and flavor of spicy corn chips on a hot dog.
Feel free to add other condiments and toppings if you want to go overboard and get crazy with it, but honestly this is all you need. The bed of coleslaw adds a creaminess and tames some of the spiciness. Sautéed onions bring a different kind of sweet to the loaded hot dog that blends well with the savory soy sauce. The crushed chips add a lovely crunch to each bite and the mustard just ties it all together. The icing on the cake!