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Hot & spicy Devil Dogs for all the spicy people in your life….these are not for the faint of heart. So spicy and so delicious! Get your fix with these spicy hot dog toppings.
We love grilling and over the years, I’ve come to love the simple flavors of a charcoal grilled hot dog. My family prefers premiun dogs (but not necessarily gourmet dogs). In fact, I love the flavor of charcoal grilled dogs so much, Hubbyman surprised me with a brand new charcoal grill to sit next to our amazing gas grill. There is just nothing like it. So simple and so delicious!
Most of the time, we have plain hot dogs with mustard and relish, but every once in a while we branch out and have fun, like with these hot and spicy Devil Dogs. Using a premiun dog (and bun) will make all the difference in your final dish and leave you wanting a second (or third). We are really enjoying Ball Park Park’s Finest frankfurters becuase they take a barbecue from bland to BOLD, elevating any grilling experience, especially with these Devil Dogs. Love all the flavor that comes from the Signature Seasoned variety, which is my family’s favorite.
The kids still just enjoy their dog plain with some ketchup….but why not kick it up a notch with some amazing toppings.
Hot and spicy Devil Dogs for all the spicy people in your life....these are not for the faint of heart. So spicy and so delicious! Get your fix with these spicy hot dog toppings.
- 8 hot dogs (we use Ball Park's Finest Hot Dogs)
- 8 hot dog buns (I used a gluten free bun)
- 8 slices bacon, cooked
- 1/2 onion, finely diced
- jar of pickled jalepenos
- jar of spicy pickle relish
- 1/4 cup spicy BBQ sauce
- 1/4 cup mayonaisse
- Preheat grill for direct grilling and grill hot dogs for 15 minutes over direct fire around 250F-300F. Watch closely and rotate often for equal cooking.
- Meanwhile, in a small bowl combine BBQ sauce and mayo. Gently warm buns in oven or over a cooler part of the grill just until soft. When hot dogs are cooked remove from grill and assemble. Each hot dog gets one slice of bacon, a spoonful of spicy relish, diced onions, several jalepenos, and a drizzle of creamy BBQ sauce.
The Ball Park Park’s Finest product line initially launched nationally in January 2014 and most recently expanded to include two new bold varieties – Slow Cooked Chili and Jalapeno Cheddar. Ball Park Park’s Finest are available in 7ct, 14oz packages and can be found in the refrigerated section at grocery stores nationwide
These hot dogs are packed with big, bold flavors and infused with premium seasoning you can see, Ball Park Park’s Finest are a premium beef hot dog that instantly elevate any grilling experience. They are made with 100% beef and contain no artificial preservatives, no artificial flavors, colors or fillers, and no nitrates or nitrites added. They are available in five great-tasting, bold varieties such as Jalapeno Cheddar, Slow Cooked Chili, Signature Seasoned, Slow Smoked Hickory, & Cracked Dijon Mustard. We’ve tried 2 of the 5 and we have loved both of them…our favorite was the the signature seasoned variety.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Ball Park. The opinions and text are all mine.
Merry |Sunshine On My Shoulder says
OHHH!!! This looks so good. Think I need one — or two.
Julie Wood says
These Devil Dogs look so delicious and I have some of the Ball Park Park’s Finest Hot Dogs in the fridge. I would love to make these for a nice Summer dinner. Thanks for sharing the recipe.