Give it some heat!
I also looked for an authentic Coney sauce on the internet. It seemed that the ingredient common to most of them was Worchester Sauce. Instead of making may own chili sauce I use a canned version, added Worchester sauce and then added water to thin it out and make it easier to spread on the dog.
If you like it, make it, and sell it. That’s what Roadfood is all about. Have you done any searches and read any of the past post here? Your touching on the premise of the forum.
I’ve found a coney sauce reciepe that I really like and I’m thinking of using it in my restaurant but I have a question about it first. Do traditional coney sauces have a hint of smokey flavor and any heat? The reason I ask is the coney sauces I’ve had in the past haven’t and this reciepe does. I don’t want to use this sauce even though its really good if it isn’t a "true" coney sauce because I want to offer my customers what a coney sauce should be. So, should a coney sauce have any hint of smokiness or heat?
Thanks in advance,
Coney chili sauce question
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