It’s tough to beat the perfection of a ballpark hot dog. Somehow the flavour of the wiener is infused into the bun, which is impossibly soft without being mushy or squishy? I’ve often thought it must be the atmosphere or the heat or the combination of other snacks and soft drinks that makes ballpark hot dogs taste so good. Turns out, it’s actually easy to replicate the deliciousness at home, possibly easier than any way you’ve been making hot dogs at home.
Keep the condiment options simple and apply (relatively) sparingly. This is an ideal food option for a lunchtime birthday party.
This formula is also reminiscent of IKEA and Costco hot dogs as well.
Ballpark Hot Dogs Recipe
- 1 dozen hot dog wieners
- 1 dozen hot dog buns
- Prepared mustard
Prep and Cook
- 1Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- 2Place wieners in a pot of water and boil for 4-6 minutes, until lightly plumped, and remove from water
- 3Place a wiener in a bun and wrap tightly in a sheet of aluminum foil
Repeat with remaining hot dog wieners and buns
- 4Place foil-wrapped hot dogs in the oven and bake until warmed through, about 10 minutes.
- 5Serve with ketchup and prepared mustard.
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