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PASTRAMI BURRITTO DOGS
Date:May 06, 2011 Viewing:Click on THUMBNAIL to bring up larger image with captions. There will also be controls for manual or self running slide show. Learn More:ClickHERE to jump to additional Info about this recipe.
Pastrami Burrito Dogs
The ingredients were all assembled in the Kitchen and all of the cooking and assembly were done out at the grill
The chili was heated on the grill’s side burner
The tortillas were briefly heated on the grill’s drop-in griddle grate
The pastrami was grilled on the griddle while the hot dogs cook on the grill
The tortillas were topped with a slice of cheese
The hot dogs are placed on the Swiss cheese
The finished hot dogs were wrapped in the Swiss cheese
The hot dogs wrapped in cheese had a slice of the grilled pastrami placed above & below it
Next came some chili
The last topping was some diced onions
The tortillas were wrapped around the dog like a burrito & we are ready to eat
Some double lager from Vermont completed the menu
These dogs were tasty & almost as messy to eat as they were tasty. I wore them well.
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This recipe from the Great American Hot Dog Book is an homage to a dog served at a famous hot dog joint from L.A. called Pink’s Hot Dogs. The dog takes a Hoffy’s 7” beef frank and wraps it in a slice of Swiss cheese, adds a couple slices of grilled pastrami, tops it with chili and onions and wraps it in a burrito sized tortilla. I did all of the cooking and assembly out at the grill so this dog was ready to eat when I took it inside. This dog was quite different than any I’ve tried before. Next time I make this dog, I may try a far spicier chili. But other than that this was a great change of pace.