Sonoran Dog : Royal Cafe & Catering - Tucson News Now

What's for Lunch: Sonoran Dog, Royal Cafe & Catering

 

Recipe: Sonoran Dog

From - Chef Armando Duarte, Royal Cafe & Catering


All beef dogs (4)
Hot dog bun (4)

Bacon (8)
Shredded Asadero Cheese 1/4 cup

Pico de Gallo:
Tomatoes small dice (3)
Yellow Onions small dice (1)
Cilantro minced 1/3 cup
Fresh Lime juice (5-6)
Salt and Pepper to taste

Chipotle Mayonnaise
Heavy Mayonnaise (1 cup)
Chipotle in Adobo sauce 1/2 small can

Slice dog down middle but not all the way though then wrap dog tight with bacon.

Fry in saute pan with a little oil on medium low heat, cooking until brown on all sides.

Dice onion, tomatoes and cilantro,  place in bowl and mix with lime juice and salt & pepper,  set aside


Add mayonnaise and Chipotle in blender until mixed and smooth.

How to build: Take warm bun,  place dog inside,  and top with pico, mayonnaise mixture and mustard.

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