Great at a picnic or get together, these BBQ dogs are sure to wow with their sweet, smoky flavor. Demineralizing the hot dogs lowers the sodium by 60%, potassium by 50%, and phosphorus by 23% per hot dog.
- Mix ketchup, honey, vinegar, water, Worcestershire sauce, black pepper, brown sugar, paprika, and liquid smoke together in a sauce pan.
- Warm on low
- Place cooked, demineralized hot dog onto a bun
- Spoon about 3 tablespoons warm bbq sauce onto each hot dog
- Sprinkle 2 tablespoons diced onion on top
Make sure to cook, eat, refrigerate, or freeze all demineralized foods within 24 hours. Demineralized foods spoil much faster! It's easiest to plan to demineralize the amount of hot dogs that will be eaten within 24 hours.