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Bacon Burger Dogs

Bacon Burger Dogs were discussed at length on "The Cosby Show" in the 80's.  While we never saw Cliff and Theo Huxtable eating Bacon Burger Dogs, we at johnnyroadtrip.com were sufficiently impressed to try to make our own version.

Time Required:  For prep, it takes a while the first time you make them; allow an hour for 15 BBD's.  After that you get the hang of it.  Cooking time is 20-20 minutes.

Skill Required:  Minimal cooking skills needed; tremendous gastrointestinal skills required, and possibly a cardiologist or at least a defibrillator

Ingredients:

  • About 6-8 ounces of ground beef per Bacon Burger Dog (BBD)

  • One top-notch hot dog per BBD; use long-and-narrow dogs, not the shorter and plumper variety

  • Two strips of bacon per BBD

  • Sub/hoagie roll

  • Ketchup and/or mustard; this is up for debate and depends on personal preference.  While hot dogs generally call for mustard-only, and hamburgers ketchup-only, many feel that the BBD can handle both.  Many also feel the BBD requires no condiments or possibly only chili or chopped onions.  Please excuse us for rambling, but this important topic deserves our time and consideration.

  Steps:

  • Grab a handful of ground beef and spread it out flat in the shape of a square that is not as long as your hot dogs; you want about 6-8 ounces per BBD

  • Place a hot dog on the beef and roll it up

  • Press the beef together so the hot dog is wrapped up; the ends of the dog should stick out

  • Wrap the burger/dog combo in two strips of bacon, so that the bacon runs diagonally around the Burger Dog

  • Grill for 20-30 minutes over medium heat; you want the beef to cook without burning the bacon

  • Serve on a sub roll or hoagie roll

  • See pictures below for inspiration

        

Condiments are a personal preference; ketchup, mustard, and chili are all acceptable, in any combination.  Chopped onions are a nice touch as well.

 

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