Kipp's Hot Dog Chili
Nothing is better than a Summer Cook Out featuring fresh off the grill Hot Dogs covered in freshly cooked chili! I apparently have a knack of making a very tasty chili, and since a few folks have asked for the recipe, I figured I’d post it here for all to have access to. It’s pretty simple, my secret ingredient is Honey, and if you follow the directions below, you’ll have some great chili to cover your freshly grilled hot dogs with as well!
STEP 1 – BROWN YOUR HAMBURGER MEAT
This recipe is based on 3 lbs. of Meat. This time, I used 80% / 20%, but I have used most all breakdowns…realistically depending on what is on sale! Brown it in a pan then move it to a colander to drain off the grease.
STEP 2 – TURN IT INTO HOT DOG CHILI!!
Return the meat to the pan and add the following seasonings:
2 cups of Ketchup / 2 cups of Water / 2/3 Tablespoon each of Onion Powder and Garlic Powder / 2 Tablespoons of Honey and Worchestershire Sauce / 1/2 Teaspoon each of Salt and Pepper
Mix it together and let it simmer at medium/low heat…the longer it simmers, the better it will be! Freeze leftovers to enjoy ONE more time!!