“Slaw Dog” All Beef Hot Dogs Pack

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A favorite “off-the-menu” item at some of North Carolina’s best barbecue shacks, “Slaw Dogs” are traditionally served steamed in a classic white hot dog bun with a generous topping of the same Carolina Slaw used on barbecue sandwiches. Carolina Cue takes it up a notch with these artisanal, grass-fed, all-beef hot dogs made in small batches without fillers, nitrates or artificial preservatives. Heap on Carolina Slaw (not included) or just about anything you like on your dogs, open wide and enjoy!

The Carolina Cue Slaw Dog Pack includes:

  • 8 All-Beef Artisan Hot Dogs (1 pound)
  • 1 Bag of Buns (8)
  • 16 oz Bottle of Carolina Cue Sauce

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Storage & Care:

<br> If you plan to serve within 1-2 days of arrival, refrigerate your hot dogs and the chopped cabbage upon receipt. Otherwise, store in your freezer and keep frozen until the day you want to eat it. The hot dogs can be kept in your freezer for up to 3 months. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator. Once thawed, enjoy within 2-3 days. <br> The buns can be refrigerated or stored at room temperature for up to 5 days. Otherwise, store them in your freezer until 4 hours before you want to eat them.
<br> Sauce should be refrigerated after opening!

Preparation:

<br> Heating Instructions for Hot Dogs <br> To reheat on the grill: Place hot dogs directly on the grate over direct medium-low heat. Close lid and grill 4-5 minutes, turning occasionally. Hot dogs are done when they are cooked through lightly charred. <br> To reheat in the microwave: Roll hot dogs in a paper towel and microwave for 25-30 seconds. Remove and let sit for 5 seconds. <br> Carolina Cole Slaw: You'll need 1 lb chopped cabbage. Place chopped cabbage into a non-reactive bowl. Add enough Caroline Cue Sauce to wet the chopped cabbage (about ½-cup to 1 cup of sauce per pound of chopped cabbage, as needed). Let sit for at least 30 minutes or overnight covered in the refrigerator. Stir before serving. Reserve extra sauce for adding to pork. Slaw will keep for up to 3 days, covered in the refrigerator.