Cincinnati Chili Dogs
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 4 hours
So nice recepie https://survivingspirits.com/health-write-for-us/
I am TOTALLY disappointed in TOH..............not only the buckeye recipe, but as I scrolled down the OHIO recipes, so many others are from non Ohioans. And I find the Cincinnati chili dogs recipe is from a person who lives in the state up north!!! REAAAAAAAALLLY ?????
W-a-a-y too scant on the seasonings. Measuring in quarter- and half-teaspoons? No wonder it's bland. And where's the allspice? Too tomato-y for Cincy chili. And I KNOW Cincy chili.
At first my husband and I were disappointed in these. For some reason, this came out pretty bland and tasteless. It needed something that I can't quite put my finger on. We could taste the cocoa and cinnamon but it didn't add much to the chili. I let the leftovers cook a little longer and I also let them marinade in the fridge for a day. The next day I tried it again and it was a LOT better. Still not amazing, in my opinion, but much better than before. I'm not sure if I'd make this again, I think there are other chili recipes I like out there more, but this was still pretty good.
We made these as a special treat for the opening of the baseball season and they were a big hit! I followed the recipe as written......made the whole amount of chili using only five hot dogs, thinking we could use the rest for five-way chili the next day, but there was none left! Will definitely make again, and wouldn't change anything.
A great twist on the usual chili dog! My family really enjoyed this recipe. The addition of cinnamon and cocoa powder gave this dish an incredible flavor. I didn't even miss the spiciness of our normal chili recipe! (It's mild enough for kids who may not like some traditional chili recipes.) It comes together quickly with on-hand ingredients. I made it on the stove top instead of the crock pot and it worked beautifully. Two thumbs up!
Very good chili dogs!! I added extra chili powder and some cayenne to give it an extra kick!!