It’s almost like these hot dogs were “dragged through the garden.”
The traditional toppings for this hot dog recipe are what separates it from the standard mustard and ketchup.
Chicago-style hot dogs are almost as famous as Chicago’s deep dish pizza. The bountiful toppings add crunch and flavor to a hot dog that’s been boiled, not charred on a grill. If you haven’t tried it, save the judgement for your taste buds!
It might become your new favorite way to top a hot dog.
- Boiled hot dog
- Steamed buns (S. Rosen poppy-seed buns)
- Yellow mustard
- Diced white onion
- Tomato cut into thin wedges
- Classic dill pickle
- 2 or 3 sport peppers per hot dog
- Celery salt