Vegan Recipes for National Hot Dog Day
Are you going to do a BBQ for the National Hot Dog Day (July 18)?
Field Roast’s selection of plant-based sausages would go great for a summertime barbecue. As you know, Hot dogs are an American staple that meat-eaters and vegans alike should have the pleasure of indulging in.
Field Roast, leader in grain-meat products, has an assortment of flavorful plant-based alternatives perfect for your barbecue on this iconic food holiday. Below, I’ve shared a recipe for The Chicago Dog—a classic combination made with Field Roast Frankfurters.
Recipe Credit: Field Roast
Poppy seed Hot Dog Buns
1 pack Field Roast Frankfurters
2 tomatoes cut into wedges
6 dill pickle spears
1 large white onion diced
Pickled Sport Peppers
Green Pickle Relish
Steam Field Roast Frankfurters until warmed through, about 5 minutes. On a warm poppyseed bun smear yellow mustard, tomato wedges, white onions, sport peppers, and Field Roast Frank. Sprinkle with celery seed and devour.
At Field Roast we believe real is better than fake. That’s why this old world-style vegetarian frankfurters are made using the simple tenets of good cooking, real ingredients and uncomplicated techniques. Fresh garlic, fresh onions and our own traditional blend of spices make the difference.
Grill on the barbeque, sauté in the pan, steam in the oven or microwave to perfection, our versatile Frankfurters are an easy going partner in the kitchen or out on the field. We say “Frankfurters” because we believe it’s time for the veggie dog to come back to its roots.
Filtered water, vital wheat gluten, expeller pressed safflower oil, organic expeller pressed palm fruit oil, barley malt, naturally flavored yeast extract, tomato paste, apple cider vinegar, paprika, sea salt, onions, spices, whole wheat flour, garlic, natural liquid smoke, caraway, celery seed, ground yellow mustard, paprika oleoresin.
Other Recipes for you!
THE SEATTLE DOG
After seeing your favorite artist perform the show of their life, the night isn’t over. The warm cream cheese, caramelized onions and spicy jalapeno peppers will be the ultimate way to end the dark rainy night with a Seattle style frankfurter.
1 Pack hot dog buns
1 Pack Field Roast Franks
1 container vegan cream cheese
2 large onions sliced, and caramelized
1 jar jalapeno peppers
Cut onion in half then into rings. Heat in a frying pan with a little oil until golden and caramelized. Pan seer Field Roast Frankfurters in a little oil until golden and warmed through, about 5 minutes. Smear cream cheese on the bun and top with Field Roast Frankfurter, warm caramelized onions and jalapeno peppers. Experience bliss.
Try this specialty Frankfurter recipe with teriyaki glazed onions, grated daikon and carrot, topped with shredded nori and a squiggle of a creamy dressing.
1 package Field Roast Frankfurters
3″ segment Daikon
6 Hot dog buns
Teriyaki Glazed Onions:
1/4 cup Teriyaki sauce
1 cup Vegan mayo
2 TBS Vegan cream cheese
1 TBS Coconut cream
1 tsp Sugar
Sauté onion in teriyaki sauce until translucent, about 20 minutes.
Mix Kewpie Sauce ingredients, place in squirt bottle. Julienne daikon and carrot; mix together. Slice nori into strips.
Sizzle Franks in pan sprayed with oil until heated through and brown outside. Add toppings and enjoy!