?? re: Sweet & Sour mini hotdogs in a crockpot

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  1. jrnunzio3

    jrnunzio3 DIS Veteran

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    Hi all,
    I signed up to bring Sweet & Sour mini hotdogs to a Halloween potluck. I can't find my recipe. Can someone answer my questions?

    I believe the recipe is:
    1 bottle chili sauce
    1 small jar of grape jelly

    I feel that I am missing something. Maybe a tablespoon of ketchup?? :confused3

    I forgot if I need 1 or 2 packages/pounds of mini hotdogs for this recipe.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.
    Jenny
     
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  3. rlovew

    rlovew Moderator Moderator

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    I have used that recipe before it works or you can use a bottle of BBQ sauce (instead of the chilli sauce if you want it to be a little milder). I think I normally have added 2 bags but it depends on the size of your crockpot as well.

    Rebecca
     
  4. Tandyc

    Tandyc Disney brings out the kid in me!

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    I do something similar with chili sauce, cranberry sauce and pre made meat balls. I made this for a wrestling tournament coaches room and won the price for best dish! It literally takes 30 sceonds to dump it all in the crockpot and you are done. Amazingly good!

    Tandyc
     
  5. DeborahA

    DeborahA DIS Veteran

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    I have used both chili/grape jelly and chili/cranberry, I add 1 tablespoon lemon juice to both. I might add, slices of smoked sausage are really good in either one too!
     
  6. scbelleatheart

    scbelleatheart DIS Veteran

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    Juice from 1 lemon. DeborahA has the same recipe I do I think although I don't know if it makes a difference but who quesions Grandma. Some add a few tablespoons of horseradish.
     
  7. maslex

    maslex DIS Veteran

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    I know I'm a little late since Halloween is over, but growing up my dad use to make sweet & sour hot dogs. He used grape jelly and yellow mustard. It was so easy but sooo good.
     
  8. Judy in Texas

    Judy in Texas 1150 miles too far from the Fort

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    I've added pineapple chunks to this recipe. It was very good.
     

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