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Chili dogs

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Chili dogs

  • Non Veg
    • 30 mins
    • Serves 6
    • Easy



    These tasty chili dogs will definitely brighten up a dull day because of its exquisite taste and unique flavors which just seem to explode in your mouth. Each bite will make you crave for another one and just like that, the chili dogs will be finished before you know it. Your family and friends will be left wanting for more, and if you run out of any leftovers, another batch can be prepared in as little as ten minutes. It’s incredibly convenient, easy to prepare and doesn’t require much knowledge of the fine culinary arts.

    Health benefits

    Although chili dogs seem to receive a lot of negative feedback on account of the high amount of saturated fats, they do seem to contain plenty of useful nutrients too. These include protein, iron and potassium. This helps to build muscle, repair tissues and strengthen bones in the body. The ingredients that we have listed out contain healthier options than proving a surge in calories and harmful fats.

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    How to Make Chili dogs

    • Fill a large saucepan with water.
    • Mash the beef with a potato masher to break it down to smaller pieces.
    • Add it inside the saucepan and stir in ketchup, chili powder and tomato sauce.
    • Stir black pepper, sugar and onion powder.
    • Cook the mixture over medium heat until the beef is fully cooked .
    • Continue to heat the saucepan over low heat until the chili has thickened, this could take about 20 minutes.


    • Did you know that more than 75 million Americans consume beef every day?
    • The meat is only derived from cattle which is at least 2 years old.
    • A live animal weighs about 1000 pounds and can give up to 450 pounds of useful meat.
    • The average cattle has more than 40,000 jaw movements a day
    • The salivary glands of cattle can produce more than 50 liters of saliva a day
    • Researchers have found that 18 soccer balls and 140 baseballs can be produced from cow hide.

    Cattle contributes to more than 25 billion pounds of meat every year


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