On Independence Day, Americans will enjoy 150 million hot dogs, enough to stretch from D.C. to L.A. more than five times.* That's a lot of dogs! In addition to the amount of hot dogs consumed, there are so many varieties of hot dogs, from classic to beef, chicken, turkey, Polish dogs and even vegan hot dogs. There are also many ways to cook hot dogs. You can roast, grill, broil, steam and even fry hot dogs.
But, no matter which hot dog variety you prefer or which cooking method works for you, if you're one of the millions serving up hot dogs this summer, you'll definitely enjoy the variety of tasty ways you can top and serve them this summer.
Looking for a classic side dish to serve with your dogs? Check out Jamie's Israeli Potato Salad.
The combo of turkey bacon, crispy onions and avocado is incredible.
This summer corn salsa is great on any grilled creations or even on its own. Make a large batch and serve with EVERYTHING!
Here is my very own kosher version of the NYC Shake Shack's Chicago Hot Dog.
Adding an Asian sesame dressing will give your hot dog some sweetness and tang that uplifts a simple hot dog.
Classic for good reason, peppers and onions complement the flavors of a hot dog perfectly.
Triple the crunch factor with poppys eeds, cabbage and carrots. Toast the bun for even more crunch.
Guacamole is a fun addition to a classic hot dog sandwich.
You can do no harm when adding mushrooms and onions to a hot dog.
Chili dogs are a true American comfort food. Make Jamie's chili recipe and use it as a hot dog topper. Add some diced onions and pickled jalapeno for extra flavor, if you would like.
MORE: CRISPY CORN DOGS
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Perfect in every bite with crispy batter and juicy hot dog spiked with jalapeños. Corn dog batter can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.
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