sweet and salty

Charlene Guinard


i do its a mixture of unique things


★★★★★ 2 votes

10 Min
15 Min


  • 1 pkg
    hot dogs
  • 1 bag(s)
    barbecue chips
  • 1 bag(s)
    plain potatoe chips
  • 1 can(s)
    pineapple chunks, fresh
  • 1 oz
    honeydew melon
  • 1 bag(s)
    hot dog buns

How to Make sweet and salty


  1. take the bag of plain and barbecue chips and crumple them up. after that put into a bowl.
  2. open the can of pineapples and cut the chunks up to little pieces. put them into a bowl.
  3. take the honeydew melon and cut that up to small pieces. when you are done put them together with the pineapple in the same bowl.
  4. on the hot dogs you either can steam the or boil them.
  5. on the hot dogs have the grilled or plain
  6. 1)put the hotdog in the bun. 2)put the mixture of pineapple and honeydew melon on top of the hotdogs 3)put the mixture of chips on top of everything else.

Printable Recipe Card

About sweet and salty

Course/Dish: Other Main Dishes
Main Ingredient: Beef
Regional Style: American

Show 3 Comments & Reviews

19 Sweet Peach Recipes to Make this Summer

19 Sweet Peach Recipes to Make this Summer

Sweet, juicy and full of bright summer flavor, we love peach recipes! From cobblers to grilled peaches to pies, you can never have enough peaches during the summer. These peach recipes showcase our favorite seasonal fruit and will have everyone coming back for thirds!

13 Recipes To Make in Your Smoker This Summer

13 Recipes To Make in Your Smoker This Summer

Recently, smokers have risen in popularity. They are an investment, though. So if you own one, it’s worth using it as much as possible. We know it’s good for ribs and a pork roast, but you can light the smoker for other recipes too. From appetizers to the main meal, sides, and desserts, there’s a […]

14 Summer Squash Recipes

14 Summer Squash Recipes

Summer produce is our favorite, especially summer squash! With so many delicious ways to prepare summer squash, it’s a healthy go-to ingredient during these warmer months. Yellow with a fat bottom that gets skinnier towards the neck, it’s very easy to differentiate summer squash from zucchini. No matter how you cut, cook or top it, […]