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What's for Lunch - Dogzilla from Royal Cafe & Catering

Recipe: Dogzilla

From Chef Armando Duarte, Royal Cafe & Catering

All beef dog (4)
Hot dog buns (4)

Asian slaw:
Shredded cabbage 1/2 head
Shredded carrots 1/3 cup
Soy sauce 1 cup
Sugar 1 cup
White vinegar 1 cup
Nori cut into thin strips


Spicy Mayonnaise:
Siracha 1/2 cup
Mayonnaise 1 cup

Cook hot dog on grill or flat top. 

In a bowl add shredded cabbage and carrots set aside.

In another bowl mix soy, sugar and vinegar,  mix with wisk until incorporated,  and mix into cabbage mix.

Spicy Mayonnaise:  mix mayonnaise and siracha set aside.

Place dog in warm bun top with slaw,  spicy mayonnaise and nori strips

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