Sonoran Hot Dogs

July 30, 2012 — 1 comment

Sonoran Hot Dogs are a summer fave!

My mom has been raving about Sonoran Hot Dogs for over a year now, ever since she read a blurb about them in Sunset magazine last summer and served them at a family reunion I couldn’t attend. I finally got to enjoy them this past week when my family spent time at the beach in North Carolina, and they definitely lived up to the hype!  I’m a big fan of traditional hot dogs with ketchup and mustard, and was skeptical that a hot dog so far removed from that would be tasty, but the new flavor combinations were incredible. They are a new summer favorite!

Sonoran Hot Dogs are a delicious summer fave!

Sonoran Hot Dogs
 
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inspired by the hot dogs served at food carts all over Mexico, Arizona, and Southern California
Ingredients
  • soft, doughy hoagie rolls (basically really soft, dense hot dog buns), split down the center
  • all-beef hot dogs, no shorter than bun-length, cooked however you like
  • bacon, cooked and crumbled
  • guacamole
  • mayonnaise
  • sauteed onions and peppers
  • canned pinto beans, drained, rinsed, and warmed
  • cotija cheese
Instructions
  1. Put a hot dog in each bun, and top with remaining ingredients. Simple and delicious!
Notes
More often than not, we just use really soft hot dogs buns for our Sonoran Hot Dogs.