27 Pictures of What Hot Dogs Look Like Around the World
Ever wonder what hot dogs around the world look like? It may be hard to imagine a tastier dog than the one you devour in the stands while watching your favorite baseball team. But when you get a load of the following international hot dogs, you may be forced to admit that several countries around the world have put what appears to be a pretty tasty spin on the good old fashioned hot dogs you know and love.
When it comes to food around the world, it seems that the hot dog is one of those dishes that seems like just as good an idea in other countries as it does in your own back yard. Here you'll have the opportunity to behold various international hot dogs in all their glory as they get dressed up with everything from coleslaw to french fries to bacon and avocado.
So the next time you're looking to put an exciting spin on your lunch, come on in. Who knows? You may just find an idea or two you'd like to borrow the next time you're looking for a quick but tasty snack.
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The Coney Island Dog - NYC, USAPhoto: via tasteandtellblog
The Coney Island dog is topped with chili, chopped onions, shredded cheese, and mustard.
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Hot Dogs Baked In Buns - Hong Kong, ChinaPhoto: via Pinterest
This baked dog is cradled in a dumpling-like sesame seed dough.
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Frankfurter - GermanyPhoto: Metaweb / GNU Free Documentation License
If you've ever graced an Oktoberfest celebration, chances are that you've come across a world famous German frankfurter. This mildly seasoned, smoky sausage is usually made of pork and can be served with or without a bun.
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Tijuana Hot Dog - Tijuana, MexicoPhoto: via chicospl
This bacon wrapped hot dog is topped with all things zesty, from onions and jalapenos to grilled sliced peppers.
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French Fry Corn Dog - KoreaPhoto: via seriouseats
This deep-fried dog is coated with crinkle cut fries and topped with tasty ketchup.
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Banh Mi Hot Dogs - VietnamPhoto: flickr / CC0
These dogs, often served in French rolls, are often topped with julienned pickled vegetables.