New York System Weiner Recipe
By star pooley starryrose
The hot wiener or New York System wiener, also commonly hot weiner, is a staple of the food culture of Rhode Island. It is typically made from a small, thin frankfurter made of veal and pork, thus giving it a different taste from a traditional hot dog made of beef. Once placed in a steamed bun, the wiener is topped with a meat sauce seasoned with a myriad of spices like cumin, paprika, chili powder and allspice, which is itself covered in finely chopped onions, celery salt and yellow mustard.
Wieners with all of the standard toppings are ordered "all the way."
1.) Put cooked weiner in bun.
2.) Put mustard on weiner.
3.) Put sauce on mustard.
4.) Put raw chopped onions on mustard.
5.) Sprinkle celery salt on top of onions.