*This post has been sponsored by Kraft Foods. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Topped with cheese, bacon, shredded cabbage, mayo, ketchup and mustard, these Dominican Style Hot Dogs are perfect for a Memorial Day cookout or any grilling occasion.
I am extremely excited because it really is looking like winter is finally over and we are finally getting the sun and warm weather I have been wishing for since 2018 started.
The snow and cold weather stuck around for quite a bit but it’s now gone and it doesn’t look like it’s coming back anytime soon. YAY!
Spring came in a bit late, but finally, the birds are singing and the flowers are growing. Memorial Day is very near now, which means cookout season is approaching. My favorite time of the year!
Not many things make me as excited as warm, sunny days make do. It’s just something that really makes my Caribbean soul happy, as it does eating the foods I grew up eating back in the Dominican Republic like these delicious hot dogs.
Dominicans really go all out when it comes to their food, especially street food. Hot dogs are a very popular street food in the Dominican Republic with street vendors selling hot dogs in practically every area of the country.
Dominican hot dogs are usually loaded with ingredients. Some add cooked ground beef, some don’t. But there are a few toppings/ingredients that are always generously added to the Dominican Hot Dog: cabbage, cheese, ketchup, mayo, and mustard.
Naturally, I am already preparing for my summer cookouts. So, I’ve made a quick visit to my local Walmart to buy all of my cookout essentials. Of course, I had to pick up my favorite Kraft Products (Heinz Yellow Mustard, Tomato Ketchup, and Mayo made with Cage Free Eggs), Oscar Mayer Beef Franks and bacon because I like to be ready for when it’s time to pull out the grill and enjoy a nice afternoon out in the yard.
I do my weekly grocery shopping at Walmart. So, buying these “cookout essentials,” plus more, is something I do often. Ha! But it doesn’t hurt to make sure I always have them on hand because we do cook out a lot as soon as the temperatures get warm.
Did you know that Walmart offers grocery pickup? Isn’t that awesome?! Think of all the time you would save. Easily order all of these items for your summer grill out using Walmart Online Grocery Pickup, or simply pick up in store at a Walmart near you.
Dominican Style Hot DogsAuthor:
- 1 pack (10 ct.) Oscar Mayer Classic Uncured Wieners
- 8 slices Oscar Mayer Bacon chopped
- 2 cups cabbage shredded
- Salt and Pepper
- 1 Arnold Country Sliced Hot Dog Buns 8 ct.
- Kraft Mild Cheddar Shredded Cheese shredded
- Heinz Mayo Cage Free Eggs
- Heinz Tomato Ketchup
- Heinz Yellow Mustard
- Boil cabbage with a pinch of salt and pepper for about 3-5 minutes.
- Grill hot dogs until cooked through, about 2-3 minutes on each side.
- In a small pan placed over the grill, cook bacon strips until crispy.
- Place hot dog buns on the grill to toast slightly. Remove and begin assembling your hot dog.
- Place hot dog inside bun. Top with cabbage, cheese, bacon, mayo, ketchup and mustard to taste.
- Serve immediately.
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Silvia Martinez says
Our Latin hot dogs are never boring are they?
They sure are not!
Oh yes!! Give me one of those Dominican Dogs!
They are so delicious Kate!
Enriqueta E Lemoine says
Vane I feel like I want to eat the screen! This looks so yummy and you look so beautiful in that pic my friend!
Just discovered your website and while it’s nice to see a Dominican hot dog recipe, every hot dog I had when I lived there had ground beef on it. Did you ever have it that way? I’d love to know what they put in the ground beef. They always tasted wonderful with it.
Hi Tyler! So glad that you found my recipe. 🙂 Not all Dominican Hot Dogs have ground beef, but I know exactly what you are talking about and yes, I’ve tried them. I agree it’s delicious.
You can try my picadillo recipe (ground beef stew), which a similar recipe to what they use in the hot dogs. Hope that is helpful. 🙂