Sonic The Hedgehog – Chili Dog A La Sonic

It’s a renowned fact that Sonic loves Chili Dogs, I remember it vividly as a running theme in the Sonic cartoons (Remember? That ended with that amusing oh so 90’s “Sonic Sez” feature?). I first played Sonic on my aunts Sega Mega Drive and when I was dragged to numerous house parties as a kid I would take the console with me and set it up in a bedroom and guests would drop in and play with me. Although I’m sure Social Services would have something to say about this it is one of my fondest childhood memories. Chili Dogs have appeared in numerous versions of the game and a recipe for “Chili Dog A La Sonic” was even published in the first issue of the Archie ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ comics which I have faithfully reproduced.
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This recipe serves 6.
What you will need: A large pot and a spoon!
Ingredients:
Olive Oil
450g / 1lb Ground Beef
100g / ½ Cup White Onion (Chopped)
100g / ½ Cup Peppers (Chopped)
100g / ½ Cup Mushrooms (Chopped)
400g / 2 Cups Tinned Chopped/Crushed Tomatoes
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
210ml / 8 fl oz Barbecue Sauce
1 Teaspoon
Chili Powder
Ground Cumin
Oregano
400g / 2 Cups Kidney Beans (Tinned or Pre-cooked)
6 Hot Dogs
6 Hot Dog Buns
Grated Cheese
Making the Chili Dogs:
Heat some olive oil in a large pot then brown the beef. Add the onions, peppers and mushroom and cook for about 5 minutes.
Pour in the can of tomatoes, add the Worcestershire sauce and the barbecue sauce and allow to simmer for 30 minutes.
Add the chili powder, ground cumin, oregano and the kidney beans. Season with salt and pepper to taste then simmer for a further hour.
Add the hot dogs to the chili sauce and cook them for 10-15 minutes. While the hot dogs cook, lightly toast the hog dog buns.
Once cooked, serve the hot dogs in the toasted buns, pour over the chili and add your favourite garnishes.

There’s a few ways to enjoy these Chili Dogs - if you’re a veggie you’re not alone; Sonic’s sister Sonia The Hedgehog (genius) enjoys hers as tofu-dogs while Tails prefers his smothered in melted cheese. I served mine with some rather fitting baby red onion rings. But the most important question is why aren’t chili dogs more popular?! This is officially one of my favourite things to eat now - whenever I make chili I will no longer be serving it with rice or tortillas or wedges, no screw that! Instead I’m tossing in some hot dogs. He may be blue but damn that hedgehog knows how to eat.
Thanks to thesoniczone.net for posting all the old Sonic comics.
Like this? You might also enjoy the Golden Axe - The Meat.

Sonic The Hedgehog – Chili Dog A La Sonic

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It’s a renowned fact that Sonic loves Chili Dogs, I remember it vividly as a running theme in the Sonic cartoons (Remember? That ended with that amusing oh so 90’s “Sonic Sez” feature?). I first played Sonic on my aunts Sega Mega Drive and when I was dragged to numerous house parties as a kid I would take the console with me and set it up in a bedroom and guests would drop in and play with me. Although I’m sure Social Services would have something to say about this it is one of my fondest childhood memories. Chili Dogs have appeared in numerous versions of the game and a recipe for “Chili Dog A La Sonic” was even published in the first issue of the Archie ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ comics which I have faithfully reproduced.

Click ‘Read More’ for the full recipe!

This recipe serves 6.

What you will need: A large pot and a spoon!

Ingredients:

Olive Oil

450g / 1lb Ground Beef

100g / ½ Cup White Onion (Chopped)

100g / ½ Cup Peppers (Chopped)

100g / ½ Cup Mushrooms (Chopped)

400g / 2 Cups Tinned Chopped/Crushed Tomatoes

1 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce

210ml / 8 fl oz Barbecue Sauce

1 Teaspoon

  • Chili Powder
  • Ground Cumin
  • Oregano

400g / 2 Cups Kidney Beans (Tinned or Pre-cooked)

6 Hot Dogs

6 Hot Dog Buns

Grated Cheese

Making the Chili Dogs:

  1. Heat some olive oil in a large pot then brown the beef. Add the onions, peppers and mushroom and cook for about 5 minutes.
  2. Pour in the can of tomatoes, add the Worcestershire sauce and the barbecue sauce and allow to simmer for 30 minutes.
  3. Add the chili powder, ground cumin, oregano and the kidney beans. Season with salt and pepper to taste then simmer for a further hour.
  4. Add the hot dogs to the chili sauce and cook them for 10-15 minutes. While the hot dogs cook, lightly toast the hog dog buns.
  5. Once cooked, serve the hot dogs in the toasted buns, pour over the chili and add your favourite garnishes.

Gourmet Gaming Sonic the Hedgehog - Chili Dog A La Sonic

There’s a few ways to enjoy these Chili Dogs - if you’re a veggie you’re not alone; Sonic’s sister Sonia The Hedgehog (genius) enjoys hers as tofu-dogs while Tails prefers his smothered in melted cheese. I served mine with some rather fitting baby red onion rings. But the most important question is why aren’t chili dogs more popular?! This is officially one of my favourite things to eat now - whenever I make chili I will no longer be serving it with rice or tortillas or wedges, no screw that! Instead I’m tossing in some hot dogs. He may be blue but damn that hedgehog knows how to eat.

Thanks to thesoniczone.net for posting all the old Sonic comics.

Like this? You might also enjoy the Golden Axe - The Meat.

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