Hot dogs are great, but every once in a while you need something more exciting than ketchup, mustard, and relish to put on them. With just a few Korean ingredients, you can transform your hot dog into a spicy and savory treat that will make you the hit of the cookout.
4 frankfurter hot dogs
½ tsp honey
3 tbsp mayo
1 ½ gochujang
Splash of rice wine vinegar
4 hot dog buns
120 g kimchi
1 carrot peeled into ribbons
1 tsp sesame seeds toasted
Cook hot dogs according to the packaging instructions. Mix honey, mayo, gochujang, and vinegar in a bowl
Split buns in half and put a hot dog in each. Divide kimchi between the buns and drizzle with the spicy mayo. Top the hot dogs with the carrot ribbons and sesame seeds.
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