Flints Original Coney Island Sauce
Vickey Yott Morrissey
Mom saved this from the Flint Journal in 1978 and we have made it ever since.
It makes a big batch, so I freeze what is left in meal size portions for 2-3 people. Sometimes I even make a double batch.
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1 1/2 lbground chuck
2 mediumyellow onions, chopped
2 Tbspchili powder
1 Tbspyellow mustard
6 oztomato paste (1 can)
1 cloveminced garlic
6 ozwater (rinse tomatoe paste can)
4-5koegel viennas (hotdogs with casing)
How to Make Flints Original Coney Island Sauce
- Combine all ingredients except hotdogs in a large saucepan. DO NOT brown ground chuck first!
- Simmer until thickened about 45-60 minutes. You can break up the beef while it is simmering.
- Grind the hotdogs and add to the sauce. Make sure they are finely ground or minced fine. Cook for 15 minutes. Ready to finish off your favorite hotdogs, or serve over french fries covered in cheese!