The recommended way to prepare a Dougie Dog is to use a
frying pan or skillet
with a bit of peanut, cottonseed or canola oil. Grilling them is equally good but
boiling is not recommended.
You don't need a seasoned frying pan like this one which has cooked hundreds
of dogs, a brand new one works just as good.
When cooking using the recommended methods use medium-med/high heat
cook until they are well done on two sides.
When Grilling they'll burst open letting you know they are done.
Coneys and Franks are best with a spicy Deli Style Mustard.
At Heid's, no Ketchup is available.
The closest mustard I've found that's comparable to the
German style mustard served is French's® Bold n' Spicy Brown.
Great with Sauerkraut or Grilled Onions.
|Shown served on a traditional New England Style bun.|
Unfortunately there's no where in this area of the country
that sells a New England Style bun. But,
if you would like a good bun that's sliced on the top like the New England style, you can order some
from El Hornito Bakery on 249. (281) 591-1413. www.elhornitobakery.com
Call a day ahead and they'll be baked fresh the next day.
El Hornito recently closed down. I'm looking for another source.
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