Sauce help waffles dogs hotdog
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Pegeen is a trusted home cook.
Could you use sausages instead of hot dogs? Then just use maple syrup.
Are you serving hot dogs and waffles on the same plate? In a hot dog bun or is the waffle being turned into a bun? More info please! :-)
Susan W is a trusted source on General Cooking.
He's cooking for 400 and it's just he and his dad and 3 waffle irons. As of last night, they had made 200 of the waffles. I think the waffles are the buns, but I could be wrong.
Noah, weren't you originally looking for a savory sauce? Or are the waffles dessert?
I just googled waffle dogs. I didn't realize they were a thing. The original recipe in Hawaii calls for maple syrup in the batter and served with ketchup and mustard. So..how about a sauce made with ketchup, mustard and a little maple syrup.
Turned out very well! Maple syrup, mustard, Nutella combo worked very well! I also added a s'mores waffle which was a hit. Feeling tired now. Thanks!
Nice job Noah...and Noah's Dad.
I think a honey mustard sauce would be good, like a traditional ham sauce. The only ones I know use eggs, so I don't know if that will work for you.
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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