Glazed Mini Hotdogs

I did not close my deep freezer door properly the other day….I thought I had..but I guess it didn’t catch..anyway… luckily only a few things in the door were starting to defrost by the time Murray went to the freezer to put some food in there! Phew…I could have been cooking a freezer full of food!!!

There were 2 pkg of mini hotdogs that were defrosted…still cold so they were good to cook! I cooked them & was going to freeze them to pull out & serve another day, but they were so good that they got eaten!  I am sure this recipe would be good with cut up hotdogs if mini ones are not available…or even I bet this sauce would be good on meatballs!

The recipe is from a cookbook I have called California Kosher…. I only changed one thing by adding some hot sauce, Murray likes hot sauce on everything & this was just a bit spicy so it was tasty!

Super simple & pretty quick to prepare….& really delicious

Here is the recipe which I added some hot sauce too

2 pounds of cocktail size hotdogs

1 cup ketchup

1/2 cup brown sugar

Optional: Sriracha sauce to taste

Method

  1. Put the hotdogs into an oven-safe baking dish
  2. Mix the ketchup & brown sugar together.
  3. Add the Sriracha sauce if you are using it
  4. Mix well so that all of the hotdogs are coated with the ketchup/sugar sauce
  5. Bake at 350f uncovered for 1 hour or until the hotdogs are glazed & brown
  6. And that’s it!

Enjoy!

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NOTE: I LEDT THEM TO KEPP WARM IN THE OVEN & THE SAUCE GOT REALLY THICK BUT IT TASTEDD GREAT & IF YOU TAKE THEM OUT OF THE OVEN AFTER ABOUT AN HOUR, THEY WILL BE SAUCY!
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