Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find..

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2009/09/30 15:25:36 (permalink)

Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find..

Argh! Help! I saw a post here (I think it was here) where some guy found a recipe to Texas Weiner chili sauce, but I can't locate the post. I'd tried searching.

The recipe had been given out by accident to his Mother who was doing a church cookbook, but unfortunately copies had already been made.

I was looking to make some and unfortunately did not print it out when I saw it.

The recipe is from a Northern NJ place who's no longer in business. I remember the name started with a C I'm pretty sure.

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    divefl
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2009/09/30 15:33:07 (permalink)
    Really? You tried searching? Did you try looking on the main page, because it's still listed high on latest forums.
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2009/09/30 15:36:59 (permalink)
    Sorry about the testy.
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2009/09/30 19:37:03 (permalink)
    At this point you have me very corn-fused.  You can't find the thread with the recipe, but you are able to post on the thread with the recipe.  If I had had anything to drink, I would say I was seeing double, but I haven't. 
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2009/09/30 20:28:54 (permalink)
    Perhaps a recipe post could be found in the Recipes and Cooking Techniques section
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2009/09/30 23:09:18 (permalink)
    I don't know what you mean by I posted in the thread. If you mean the OTHER Texas Weiner post, that's not the right one.

    That says nothing about a church in it or some dude's mother.

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    At this point you have me very corn-fused.  You can't find the thread with the recipe, but you are able to post on the thread with the recipe.  If I had had anything to drink, I would say I was seeing double, but I haven't. 



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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2009/09/30 23:11:21 (permalink)
    Not sure what you mean. The main page is roadfood.com?

    Are both of you referring to this post:

    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/fb.ashx?m=111818

    That's not the right one. There's no talk about a church in there.

    divefl

    Really? You tried searching? Did you try looking on the main page, because it's still listed high on latest forums.



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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2009/09/30 23:14:40 (permalink)
    I have located it, thanks.

    I was searching for the wrong thing.. he calls it "New Jersey All-The-Way" Sauce.. that's why I couldn't find it.
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2009/10/03 10:40:46 (permalink)
    yuppicide

    I have located it, thanks.

    I was searching for the wrong thing.. he calls it "New Jersey All-The-Way" Sauce.. that's why I couldn't find it.

     
    i remember seeing that also, was going to help you, but you found it............    you doing for home cooking or you have a place?
     
    i'm wondering, because, i'm next door in Woodbridge, allway's looking for a Dog House for eat's
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2011/03/20 12:18:26 (permalink)
    Sorry I didn't see this / reply to this earlier.
     
    I don't have a place of my own, but would like to have one. I have an idea for a hardcore/punk/heavy metal themed place. I can't give away the name, but I think it's a good idea.
     
    I have a friend of a friend in Pennsylvania who wants to start a dog place too, but the permits out there were pretty crazy they said.
     
    I haven't actually looked into doing something in NJ, but there is a pretty big abandoned diner near me. I wonder if they're looking to sell or rent it out.
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2011/03/21 03:35:58 (permalink)
    There have been a number of threads on here on the subject and I've tried a bunch of the recipes posted. The BEST one IMHO, is the one offered by TDJ_TX. It's Post #18 on this thread:
    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=211808&high=TDJ_TX
     
    TDJ_TX Texas Hot - Wiener Sauce
    4-5 cups water Less if you like it thicker
    12 to 16 oz finely ground hotdogs (I prefer Hebrew National skinless all beef)
    1/2 cup cornstarch (dissolved in a little cold water)

    1/4 Cup White Vinegar
    1 Tsp of Thyme
    1 Tbls paprika
    1 Tbls chili powder
    1 Tsp sea or kosher salt
    1/2 Tsp onion powder
    1/4 Tsp white pepper
    1/2 Tsp oregano
    1/2 Tsp cinnamon
    1 Tsp crushed red pepper flakes
    A few grinds of fresh black pepper

    Bring everything to a boil, except the cornstarch.
    Let simmer for 30 minutes, then slowly add the cornstarch mixture, stirring constantly. Bring back to a boil, and keep stirring.
    Taste along the way, adjusting the salt or pepper as you like it.
    Serve on your favorite hotdog, with brown mustard, diced onion, in a steamed hotdog bun. This sauce will be thin, it is supposed to be, it is not a "chili dog" recipe. The sauce will thicken as it cools. It freezes well.

    Note; Each time you reheat the sauce, it will get thicker


     
    post edited by Foodbme - 2011/03/21 03:37:31
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2011/03/30 12:46:22 (permalink)
    Can you please send it to me? I can't find it either... Thanks!
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2011/03/30 15:37:49 (permalink)
    just so it has more location , lol we did it not bad !!!!
     
    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=541519
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2011/03/30 16:00:10 (permalink)
    Foodbme

    There have been a number of threads on here on the subject and I've tried a bunch of the recipes posted. The BEST one IMHO, is the one offered by TDJ_TX. It's Post #18 on this thread:
    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=211808&high=TDJ_TX

    TDJ_TX Texas Hot - Wiener Sauce
    4-5 cups water Less if you like it thicker
    12 to 16 oz finely ground hotdogs (I prefer Hebrew National skinless all beef)
    1/2 cup cornstarch (dissolved in a little cold water)

    1/4 Cup White Vinegar
    1 Tsp of Thyme
    1 Tbls paprika
    1 Tbls chili powder
    1 Tsp sea or kosher salt
    1/2 Tsp onion powder
    1/4 Tsp white pepper
    1/2 Tsp oregano
    1/2 Tsp cinnamon
    1 Tsp crushed red pepper flakes
    A few grinds of fresh black pepper

    Bring everything to a boil, except the cornstarch.
    Let simmer for 30 minutes, then slowly add the cornstarch mixture, stirring constantly. Bring back to a boil, and keep stirring.
    Taste along the way, adjusting the salt or pepper as you like it.
    Serve on your favorite hotdog, with brown mustard, diced onion, in a steamed hotdog bun. This sauce will be thin, it is supposed to be, it is not a "chili dog" recipe. The sauce will thicken as it cools. It freezes well.

    Note; Each time you reheat the sauce, it will get thicker


     


    Is that the New Jersey All-the-Way sauce that he asked for?
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2011/05/16 15:12:31 (permalink)
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    There have been a number of threads on here on the subject and I've tried a bunch of the recipes posted. The BEST one IMHO, is the one offered by TDJ_TX. It's Post #18 on this thread:
    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=211808&high=TDJ_TX

    TDJ_TX Texas Hot - Wiener Sauce
    4-5 cups water Less if you like it thicker
    12 to 16 oz finely ground hotdogs (I prefer Hebrew National skinless all beef)
    1/2 cup cornstarch (dissolved in a little cold water)

    1/4 Cup White Vinegar
    1 Tsp of Thyme
    1 Tbls paprika
    1 Tbls chili powder
    1 Tsp sea or kosher salt
    1/2 Tsp onion powder
    1/4 Tsp white pepper
    1/2 Tsp oregano
    1/2 Tsp cinnamon
    1 Tsp crushed red pepper flakes
    A few grinds of fresh black pepper

    Bring everything to a boil, except the cornstarch.
    Let simmer for 30 minutes, then slowly add the cornstarch mixture, stirring constantly. Bring back to a boil, and keep stirring.
    Taste along the way, adjusting the salt or pepper as you like it.
    Serve on your favorite hotdog, with brown mustard, diced onion, in a steamed hotdog bun. This sauce will be thin, it is supposed to be, it is not a "chili dog" recipe. The sauce will thicken as it cools. It freezes well.

    Note; Each time you reheat the sauce, it will get thicker


     


    Is that the New Jersey All-the-Way sauce that he asked for?

    This isn't the New Jersey All-the-way sauce, it's my recipe for a Texas Hot Weiner Sauce that is found in the Mid-Hudson Valley. Specifically the Kingston NY area. It sounds odd to use ground hot dogs instead of ground beef, but it's really good. I've experimented with using ground beef and it's not the same. The ground hot dogs really add flavor to the sauce.
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2011/05/16 20:17:21 (permalink)
    I think that's "ground leftover dogs". I've tried the sauce above with uncooked dogs and previously cooked dogs- it's best with the previously cooked dogs. But, that may be only because my genetic Scottish frugality wants it to be better.
    Either way, the sauce is great!
     
    Cheers, john 
     
     
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    Re:Texas Weiner Sauce post I can't find.. 2011/05/16 20:35:24 (permalink)
    seafarer john

    I think that's "ground leftover dogs". I've tried the sauce above with uncooked dogs and previously cooked dogs- it's best with the previously cooked dogs. But, that may be only because my genetic Scottish frugality wants it to be better.
    Either way, the sauce is great!

    Cheers, john 



    John, I've tried it with with previously cooked dogs. I didn't think it tasted as good, I used boiled dogs. Maybe if they were grilled that would be a different story. I do think the original intent of the sauce is to use left over dogs from the previous day.
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