Although one might instantly place the coney hot dog in Brooklyn, its true origin is in Michigan. Attributed to Greek and Macedonian immigrants who came to the United States via Ellis Island, learned about the plain hot dog in New York, and then moved up north and west to settle.
The coney dog is now a zealously preserved treasure in Detroit, where Greek diners serve it proudly.
Many recipes claim to be the original, with a variety of ingredients having room in the dish. Regardless of the “originality” of the recipe, all coney dogs are as delicious as the next.
Our flavorful and spice-filled version is easy to prep and cook, so make bigger batches and freeze for later use. Our complete recipe has the ingredients for the sauce and the instructions for assembling these tasty dogs.
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