Did you hear the news? Americans have overtaken the Brits and set a new Guiness World Record for the longest marathon BBQ. Way to go Team America! Though the grillathon is over, you can certainly still enjoy Ball Park Park’s Finest.
These hot dogs come full of flavor and without the stuff that you don’t need in a hot dog, like nitrates, nitrites, or preservatives. The only thing you need to enjoy them is a good, soft bun, a little mustard, and a side dish. And for a side dish that has a touch of heat, might I suggest a bowl of Sriracha Baked Beans? They are quite easy to make and make a great pairing for Ball Park Park’s Finest hot dogs.
You can make a batch at home. You start by sauteing onion in butter for about 5 minutes in a large saucepan.
Next, add two 28 ounce cans of vegetarian baked beans, honey, a little sriracha sauce, and a pouch of bacon bits (nitrite free, of course).
Simmer over medium-high heat for about 10 minutes and you have just made yourself a tasty side to go with your Ball Park Park’s Finest hot dog.
Sriracha Baked Beans
Notice that the recipe only calls for 2 tablespoons of sriracha sauce. If you use more, please be cautious. It is a hot sauce. Just keep in mind that you can always add more if needed.
What do you like to eat with your Ball Park Park’s Finest?
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