Corkey’s Deer Sausage Chili Cheese Dog
- 2 cup white onions (diced, save a few for topping off dogs)
- 6 oz bacon (diced 1slice = 1oz)
- 2 tbs garlic (chopped up)
- 2 lb ground beef ( or deer/venison)
- 1 tbsp salt
- 1 tbsp black pepper (fresh cracked )
- 3 tbsp ancho chile powder
- 2 tbsp ground cumin
- 1 tbsp paprika
- 1 cup tomatoes (diced )
- 6 ounce tomato paste (optional)
- 12 oz Shiner Bock (your fave)
- 2 tbsp corn flour (optional)
- 12 oz ranch beans (pinto or red beans)
Hot Dog Framework
- 13 oz hot dog (8 pack)
- 12 oz Texas hill country links ( or your deer link sausage)
- 1/2 cup cheddar cheese
- 1 ounce Smoked
Make Some Chili
- Adding beans are totally up to you. If you use them it disqualifies the chili from entering a Texas Chili contest. I saw an Oprah episode one day how nutritious red beans are so I use them when they work...
- In a stock pot that can handle your dump heat it to medium high heat.
- Put a shot of oil to keep bottom slick and add your bacon.
- Cook bacon till done and pull it leaving grease.
- Drop in the onions, garlic, salt, and pepper. Cook the piss out of them (translucent).
- Add the ground meat and cook till brown.
- Add diced tomatoes, ancho chili powder and paprika. Cook till tomatoes had enough (5 minutes).
- Reduce to simmer and add Shiner Bock.
- Good time for beans and tomato paste if using.
- Simmer covered for 30 minutes.
- End it off by adding cumin, break up bacon, and optional masa.
- Stir It up and turn off heat.
Mount The Hot Dog
- Cook your sausage however you want. This was cooked on charcoal grill.
- Warm bun/s in oven to fresh’n up.
- Pretty simple, put dog in bun, top off with chili, cheese, diced onion, Smoked hot sauce.
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