Gourmet Hot Dog: The Meat Bomb
People love hot dogs for a reason. Mainly, it is because they love the taste of meat. Grilled meat brings out our inner caveman, and there is no better way to satisfy your prehistoric palate than with this carnivorous concoction. CAUTION: Make only when you are really hungry; there is enough meat on one dog to feed a saber tooth tiger.
- 1 package hot dogs, all-beef
- 1 package bacon
- 1 package meatballs, frozen, microwaveable
- 1 package boneless ribs, frozen, microwaveable
- 1 package hot dog buns, the bigger the better
- 1 bottle BBQ sauce
- 1 can cooking spray
- Microwave the boneless ribs and meatballs per instructions. When cooked, set aside on a plate.
- In a skillet over medium heat, cook the bacon until it is slightly crispy. Set aside on a plate.
- In a skillet over medium heat, cook the hot dogs, rolling frequently for even cooking.
- When the hot dogs are mostly done, push to one side of the skillet. Spray the hot dog buns with cooking spray. Split the buns in half. Lay each side in the skillet for 20 seconds until it is slightly toasted.
- On the bottom half of the bun, lay 3 strips of bacon. Lay the ribs on top of the bacon. Place 2 or 3 meatballs on top of the ribs. Lay the all beef hot dog on top of the rest. Douse with BBQ sauce. Cover with top of bun.
- Tip: This dog is a bear to eat, and is best served as a fork-eaten hot dog. Handling can be made easier by slicing the hot dog down the middle and placing it on top of the ribs, then slicing the meatballs and place them flat side down to prevent rolling.
Serve this hot dog on a big plate and with lots of napkins. It is a messy dish that is not meant to be eaten when wearing your finest clothes. You WILL be wearing some of this hot dog. It's worth the mess. After quelling your cro magnon cravings you will feel like chasing down a brontosaurus, or passing out on the couch. But one of the two for certain.
|Serving size: 1|
|Calories from Fat||540|
|% Daily Value *|
|Fat 60 g||92%|
|Carbohydrates 222 g||74%|
|Sugar 54 g|
|Protein 68 g||136%|
|Sodium 3501 mg||146%|
|* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.|