On Father’s day John had wanted burgers, so that’s what I bought for him. Though I love me a good burger I just wanted something else. In fact, I was craving these…
(Not my picture, thanks Google).
So it was burgers and polish dogs on the grill. I wanted coney dogs though, so I came up with a quick and easy coney sauce. It was so simple but, very good and not that yucky canned stuff. You could also make a double batch and freeze half of it. I wish I would have done that very thing. Anywho, here’s what you’ll need.
1/2 a package of ground turkey (my package was 1.25 lbs.)
2 1/2 – 3 T. chili powder
salt and pepper to taste
1 t. ground chipotle chili
1 t. smoked paprika
1 t. onion flakes
pinch of cayenne pepper
1 packet beef flavored flavor boost
2 pieces cooked, crumbled bacon
5.5 oz. can of tomato juice (in the little 6 packs)
Here’s flavor boost if you haven’t seen it yet, since I get things last though around here you’ve probably seen this the past two years! 😉
Add all ingredients to a saucepan except the bacon and tomato juice, just add a splash of that right now. Cook over medium heat until the meat is no longer pink.
Makes enough for one package of hot dogs or polish dogs 🙂
(Sorry for the crappy pic, I had to take this one with my cell at work (lunch) and the lighting is blah. I forgot to take one at home…lol! Guess, I was hungry).
You can tell the heat has been very high this week, it’s been easy simple, summery dishes. Have a great weekend y’all! 🙂