Start Reading Mode
0 0

Carolina Style Hot Dogs

  • Non Veg
  • 30 mins
  • Serves 8
  • Easy


  • For chili :

  • For slaw :


Carolina style hot dogs are the perfect choice for those that would love eating homemade chili, with creamy cole slaw topped off with diced onions accompanied by soft buns. Now that is what food should be all about!

Health benefits

Ground beef is known for its numerous health benefits, for example, it control blood sugar, boosts energy, & immunity, controls blood pressure, and essential for muscles, lowers the risk of heart attacks, and promotes cell growth.

Similarly, cabbage has many health benefits as well. It aids in fighting against breast cancer, it is a great source of vitamin K, and it contains antioxidants.

Moreover, onions (another main ingredient of this dish) are known to regulate the blood flow.

(Visited 39 times, 1 visits today)

How to Make Carolina Style Hot Dogs

  1. Heat your grill for the hot dogs. Cook them to your liking (charred or not).
  2. Meanwhile, in a large pan on high heat, begin browning your beef. When it begins to brown, add all the seasoning (all the spices listed above) and pour the broth. Keep pouring it on top of the meat so it is coated properly. During this process, make sure you are breaking the beef as much as you can.
  3. Reduce the heat to medium, add in the tomatoes, and let it simmer while you make the cole slaw.
  4. In a large bowl, add the cabbage, red cabbage, carrots, and 1 tablespoon of finely chopped onions.
  5. In a small bowl, add the mayo, cider vinegar, canola oil, and sugar until it is smooth. Pour it on top of the cabbage mixture and mix it well.

For assembling:

  1. Place the grilled hot dogs in the buns, and top it with chili.
  2. Now add the cole slaw and sprinkle with the remaining chopped onions.
  3. Add mustard and ketchup according to your preference.


  • Carolina style means the “establishment of set condiments” that will be added to hot dogs or burgers.
  • The classic combination is cole slaw, chili, and onions.

This style originated from North Carolina.

Sage Leon

Carne Pizzaiola
Carne Pizzaiola
Celery Victor
Celery Victor
Carne Pizzaiola
Carne Pizzaiola
Celery Victor
Celery Victor

Add Your Comment