Everybody enjoys a hot dog from time-to-time, and with National Hot Dog Day fast approaching (23rd July)
Anyone can add an Oriental twist to their hot dog this year courtesy of Wing Yip â€“ the UKâ€™s largest Oriental grocer. This recipe for Hoi Sin Sausages will bring an exciting change to the traditional sausage in a bun.
Most will be used to the sweet and salty taste of hoi sin sauce with Chinese duck, but it marries perfectly with sausages too â€“ especially with a smoky chargrill when cooked on the barbecue!
With four stores across the UK, in Birmingham, Cricklewood, Croydon and Manchester, Wing Yip has absolutely everything thatâ€™s needed to create lots of fantastic dishes. Shop online now at www.wingyipstore.co.uk.
Hoi Sin Sausages
Serve in hot dog rolls
4 tbsp. Wing Yip Hoi Sin Sauce
1 tbsp. vegetable oil
1 tsp. white sesame seeds
2 spring onions, thinly sliced
- If the sausages are linked together separate first, then place them in a bowl with the hoi sin sauce and ensure that the sausages are evenly coated.
- Place a grill pan or frying pan on a medium heat and then add the oil to the pan. When the oil is hot add the sausages to the pan and turn every 1-2 minutes to ensure that the sausages are an even colour on all sides. A barbecue can be used as an alternative to the hob, weather permitting.
- When cooked through serve with the sesame seeds and spring onions as a garnish