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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Frankfurter Fanfare

We don't call hot dogs frankfurters any more, but I like the alliteration. :)  Great appetizer for parties. The longer they simmer, the better they get.


1 C. Grape Jelly (My favorite is Smucker's.)
1/2 c. French's Yellow Mustard

Heat in crockpot or fondue pot.


1 lb. Frankfurters cut into bite-size pieces.

Let simmer at least 1/2 hour.

These are simple, but a favorite around my house. If you like the sauce even sweeter, you can use honey mustard. I cut the hot dogs on the diagonal, but to tell you the truth, I don't think anyone notices! They're too busy eating them.


amyanne said...


I laughed out loud at this recipe. I'm assuming it's for real. :) I can't even imagine what it must taste to tell?

Donna J. Shepherd said...

Yes, it's real. lol! I know it sounds odd, but trust me, it's delicious. They can simmer for quite some time, and still be good. A kind of glaze develops. If you try them, let me know!

Thanks for stopping by! - Donna