Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog
Do you love hot dogs? How about bacon? Now, how about garlic aioli? Let’s put those all together to make this Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog. Crack open a cold beer and dive into a different way to eat hot dogs.
Warmer weather just calls for some good hamburger and hot dog recipes! This specific recipe has been one that I’ve wanted to recreate at home for a while. While we were at a picnic through our local energy co-op there was a gourmet hot dog truck there and this was the one that I chose.
I picked it because: 1) It had bacon on it! 2) There was a sauce on it that sounded amazing, garlic aioli. My interest was peaked and I am glad that I chose this one, amazing.
Now that I’ve made this recipe at home, I will definently be adding it to my hot dog rotation for sure!
What beer pairs well with Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs with Garlic Aioli?
The beer: Woody Wheat Ale from Austin Brothers Beer Company.
A perfect wheat ale that doesn’t take away from the bacon and aioli.
What movie pairs well with hot dogs that have been wrapped in bacon:
For this Mitten Movie
How to make a Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog:
Wrapping bacon on hot dogs is so simple! Start by preheating the oven to 375 degrees.
Wrap a baking sheet with tin foil. This will make clean up so much easier!
Start by taking a piece of bacon at the top of a hot dog. Wrap the bacon going down around the hot dog. Place on the baking sheet and continue until they are all wrapped.
Bake in the oven for 12-18 minutes. The quickness of these getting done depending on your oven temperature.
Take the bacon and put under the broiler for 40-50 seconds.
Take them out and turn, put under the broiler again for another 40-50 seconds to crisp the other side.
Steam some buns and add the hot dogs to them. Now they are ready for topping!
How to make Garlic Aioli:
In a small bowl mix together the mayo, garlic cloves, 1 tsp lemon juice, salt and pepper.
To top off the hot dog I slathered garlic aioli on top, sprinkled Monterey Jack cheese, green onions, and jalapenos.
Want more hot dog recipes?
And here you are…..
From our home in the Bottom Left of the Mitten to yours ~ Enjoy!
Garlic Aoili recipe from Baking Mischief
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