Bacon and Fried Onions BBQ Hot Dogs #lunch #comfortfood

Bacon and Fried Onions BBQ Hot Dogs #lunch #comfortfood

Bacon Wrapped BBQ Hot Dogs make an astonishing expansion to any mid year grill party. These franks are hurled in BBQ sauce, enveloped by bacon, and barbecued to smoky flawlessness. To make it far superior, they are topped with firm singed onions.

Truly outstanding and most straightforward things to barbecue in the mid year are franks, and nothing can make it more energizing than bacon. Bacon truly improves. Whatever party you are arranging in the late spring, toss some sausages on the barbecue and your visitors will be upbeat. Children are anything but difficult to fulfill, simply give them franks, buns, and ketchup. Be that as it may, grown-ups may need somewhat more than just ketchup. That is the place these bacon wrapped marvels come in.

This formula is scrumptious and it is simple. Best of all, you can enclose the wieners by bacon early and keep it in the cooler until prepared to barbecue. At the point when it's the ideal opportunity for the gathering, pick any BBQ sauce, regardless of whether it is mustard based, zesty, or nectar sweet. These sorts will go incredible with bacon and sausages. I like to have an assortment of BBQ sauce and cheeses as an afterthought as well. It's extremely simple to make a spread of sauces and extra garnishes to give your visitors a few choices. Extraordinary cheeses to incorporate are Monterrey Jack, white cheddar, pepper jack, and smoked cheddar. Obviously, you can't overlook the fresh singed onions. Fresh surface and unobtrusive onion flavor is the ideal method to finish off these sausages.

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Bacon and Fried Onions BBQ Hot Dogs #lunch #comfortfood

Hot Dogs:

  • 7 hot dogs
  • 7 Bakery Fresh hot dog buns
  • 7 strips of uncooked bacon
  • 1/3 cup honey bbq sauce

Fried Onions:

  • 1 large yellow onion
  • 1 cup buttermilk
  • 1½ cups flour
  • Salt
  • fresh cracked black pepper
  • 3 cups vegetable or canola oil for frying

Fried Onions:

  1. Slice the whole onion width-wise, to create thin circle slices. Place onion rings into a large bowl and pour buttermilk over it. Make sure onions are submerged. Cover the bowl and place in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes. (You can keep onions in buttermilk for a few hours if needed.)
  2. Pour oil into a deep, large cooking pa and preheat it to 375° (or use a fryer). Cover a wire rack with a couple of sheets of paper towels.
  3. Mix four, salt, and pepper in a large shallow bowl. Take sliced onions out of buttermilk and gently shake it off.
  4. Throw onions in the flour, spread them out and toss in flour mixture.
  5. Fry onion straws in heated oil until golden brown. Take out and spread them out on a paper towel to soak up excess oil.

Hot Dogs:

  1. Toss hot dogs in BBQ sauce in a large bowl.
  2. Wrap each hot dog in uncooked bacon strips. Tucking in the ends of bacon so it doesn’t come apart. 
  3. Grill until bacon is crispy and hot dogs are cooked.
  4. Place cooked hot dogs in warm buns and top them off with crispy onions. (You can add some more BBQ sauce to the buns if you wish.)

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