South of the Border Hot Dogs – #SundaySupper

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My wonderful #SundaySupper family has put Creative Hot Dogs on this Sunday’s menu. I love hot dogs! I swear I could live off of them. There are so many great ways you can serve up hot dogs, or include them in your meals. They are more versatile than one might think, as you’re about to find out. This is all largely thanks to our wonderful event hosts Stacy from Food Lust People Love and Mary Ellen from Recipes, Food & Cooking.

So lets do this! Fire up the grill, prepare the microwave, pre-heat the oven, get out your roasting sticks and light that fire! However it is you like cooking your hot dogs. I’ve got some South of the Border goodness for you that you are going to want to give a try! Your family will love this. If you don’t like spicy food, don’t worry, you control the heat. Make it super spicy, medium spicy or not at all spicy. You pick!

Personally, I enjoy hot dogs on the grill, or roasted over a fire. For this recipe we grill them, but you can cook them any way you wish. But first, you’ll want to prepare the taco meat. I used ground beef, but you can use ground turkey if you wish to cut down on the fat. Just brown it up, and then add a packet of taco seasoning and the water called for on the packet. Simmer as per the instructions on the packet.


While you’re preparing the taco meat, you can get the cheese sauce heating up in a small saucepan. All it is, is a can of condensed Fiesta Nacho Cheese Soup. It was a bit too thick for my liking, which you can tell after it gets warmer. I just added a tiny bit of water at a time until it got to where I wanted it. One can is plenty of cheese sauce for 8 hot dogs, but I used two cans because I served some of the cheese sauce on top of fries to go along with this delicious hot dog.

Once the taco meat is cooked, and the cheese sauce is heated through, you can put them both on low, slap a lid on the pot and pan, and all that’s left to do is grill those dogs and build it! Split the hot dog bun, liberally spread guacamole over the inside of the bun. Then add your hot dog, top with taco meat, cheese sauce, crushed Doritos, and any other taco toppings your little heart desires, like red onion, sliced black olives, jalapenos, salsa, etc. The sky is the limit! You may want a fork and knife for this one.

Now dig in, and enjoy! Perhaps serve it like I did, alongside some cheesy fries. YUM!

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South of the Border Hot Dogs Yum
Recipe by Christine Titus
Cuisine Mexican
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Cuisine Mexican
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Instructions
  1. In a large skillet, cook ground beef until no longer pink; drain.
  2. Add taco seasoning mix to ground beef along with 3/4 cup water. Bring to a simmer, reduce heat, and alow to simmer for about 5 minutes or until most of the water has evaporated.
  3. Meanwhile, in a small saucepan, heat condensed soup, let simmer until heated through. If it appears to be too thick, just add a very small amount of water until desired consistency.
  4. To assemble: Top buns with guacamole, hot dog, taco meat, cheese sauce, crushed chips and any other desired toppings.
  5. Serve, and enjoy!
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10 Responses to South of the Border Hot Dogs – #SundaySupper

  1. Sooo colorful! You have indeed created a fiesta in a hot dog bun. And a truly filling meal packed with protein. My guess is nobody goes away hungry after a meal at Miss Christine’s house =)

  2. Liz says:

    Wow! I love all the yummy flavors and textures in your hot dog topping. Just wonderful!

  3. Nikki says:

    Anything Taco related and I am in! Those chips on top just make this perfect!

  4. Wendy Klik says:

    Love the crushed dorito topping.

  5. Love the flavors and colors on this yummy hotdog!

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