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  • Writer's pictureElizabeth & Sam

Redneck Dawgs on the Grill

Updated: Jun 4, 2018

This might be our easiest recipe yet! It's something Sam's Dad made for him growing up and something we have since enjoyed throughout our entire relationship. Hot dogs aren't something we eat too often, but these are quick, easy, and super flavorful!


Hot dogs

1 tbsp G Hughes Sugar Free BBQ Sauce (We used Hickory)

1 tbsp Soy Sauce

2-3 Splashes Worcestershire Sauce

White Vinegar (About 1/2 cup - enough to cover hot dogs half way)


Using aluminum foil, make one Premium Redneck Hot Dog Holder, as seen above. Haha, ;) We do this differently every time. You want to create a solid container for your hot dogs that won't leak your sauces.

Poke holes all over each hot dog with a fork. This will allow them to absorb maximum flavor!

Place the hot dogs into your Premium Redneck Hot Dog Holder and cover halfway with white vinegar. Add all of the other sauces on top.

Heat grill to low-medium heat or 300 degrees F.

Place Premium Hot Dog Holder onto the grill. Once the sauce begins to bubble, use a fork to rotate the hot dogs every couple of minutes until sauce begins to reduce. About 7-10 minutes.

Remove from grill and enjoy!

Pro Tip: Don't forget to top your dawgs with some of the delicious sauce you just made!

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