James Coney Island Chili – a Texas favorite | CopyKat Recipes

See more This recipe is made from diced chuck roast and not ground beef like most chili recipes and doesn’t contain a single bean. Like any other good chili, this one takes time to develop the best flavor. Start cooking the chili in the mid-afternoon, and by the time dinner rolls around, the wonderful smells will bring your family to the table before

Tue, 15 Sep 2020 02:07:00 GMT

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James Coney Island Chili Recipe -

See more James Coney Island is a famous hotdog restaurant here in Texas. My family loves their hotdogs and chili, so I found this recipe at to try and re-create their chili at home. While I don't think it is the exact recipe, I do think it comes pretty close!

Fri, 11 Sep 2020 13:11:00 GMT

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Recipe: James Coney Island Chili and Hot Dog Sauce

See more We collect recipes, old, new, home to thousands of recipes shared by our visitors since 1996. My Recipe Box Menu . JAMES CONEY ISLAND CHILI AND HOT DOG SAUCE Source: James Coney Island of Texas; 1997-2000 2 1/2 pounds chuck steak, tenderized and finely diced 2 cans (10.5 oz each) Campbell's beef broth

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James Coney Island Chili recipes - FamilyOven

See more James Coney Island Chili recipes Results: 11 - 20 of 20187 with Don't like pepper? try 'no pepper'. Recipes; Videos (23) Coney Island Hot Dogs - More like this. Ingredients (15) : 6 hotdog buns 6 frankfurters chopped onions pickle relish or hot sauerkraut catsup 1 lb ground chuck 2 medium onions 1 1/2-2 ta

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Original Coney Island Chili | Just A Pinch Recipes

See more Since most hot dog vendors use a canned version of this magical condiment, this recipe will help you remember why this dog became so famous! Also amazing for creating a chili-cheeseburger or making sloppy joe's! / Recipes / Main Dishes / Other Main Dishes. Original Coney Island Chili.

Sun, 13 Sep 2020 10:59:00 GMT

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Coney Island Hot Dogs Recipe -

See more Recipe by: Chef John "The story of how the Coney Island hog dog got to the Midwest is pretty straightforward, but no one really knows exactly how the wiener first came to be topped with what is basically a hot meat relish.

Sun, 13 Sep 2020 00:29:00 GMT

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Coney Island Chili Dog Sauce - Recipe |

See more No clue on the recipe but I was born and raised in the Hot Dog capital, so said, New Castle PA where Greek Families were operating restaurants since the early 20s. Lookup Coney Island there and you'll find the best Hot Dog restaurant I grew up on in the 50s and 60s. No tomato sauce and no beans just great Greek chili.

Sun, 13 Sep 2020 20:39:00 GMT

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HOMEMADE HOT DOG CHILI (+Video) | The Country Cook

See more I will use this recipe again, but only use 1/2 teaspoon of salt and 2 tablespoons of chili powder. It was a tad too spicy for us. Overall, it’s a great recipe. Since I’m feeding just two of us, I liked that I could use 1 pound of ground beef rather than 1-1/2 – 2 pounds like other recipes I found.

Tue, 15 Sep 2020 04:59:00 GMT

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Coney Island Chili Dog Sauce Recipe -

See more After countless searches for a good Coney Island sauce, I stumbled on this one at another cooking website. Most recipes I had tried were just too sweet, this is a good Midwest-style Coney sauce. I didn't follow the measurements to the letter - just eyeballed it; and I added a couple dashes of hot sauce to kick up the heat a bit.

Mon, 14 Sep 2020 00:07:00 GMT

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Classic Coney Island Hot Dog Sauce Recipe

See more To assemble: Put a cooked hot dog in the steamed or toasted hot dog bun. Top with about 2 tablespoons of sauce to cover the hot dog. Sprinkle 1 to 2 tablespoons of chopped onion over the ground beef mixture then squirt a line of mustard the length of the hot dog.

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