Grain Free Hotdogs with Homemade Danish Remoulade & Pickled Cabbage

Grain free hotdogs with homemade remoulade and pickled cabbage - A tasty love story

Because life is too short to miss out on hotdogs…

It is as simple as that. It is the sole reason for this weeks recipe. No matter what food philosophy and which food preferences you have – some meals as hotdog, pizza, burgers, pasta etc. are to die for and making great alternatives to the original is of major importance (at least to me)!
So here we are looking at one tasty hotdog. This meal screams summer, world cup celebration, BBQ night, hungover happy meal, friday night fun etc. I am a sucker for all these originally bread based classics and hotdog is no exception. The star in the hotdog is no discussion the sausage, so here it is up to you to choose a really great one. I go for the organic ones with cool added ingredients as wild garlic, leeks, dried tomatoes or herbs. And I always choose the one with the highest content of meat.
If the meat is the star the co-star must be the bread and here we are relying on the flatbreads, a recipe I shared a couple of weeks ago. But I have enjoyed hotdogs wrapped in salad or cabbage leaves as well, which are great and lighter alternative and great if you do not have time for baking the breads. But if you want something that truly fills you up and get veeery close to a classic hotdog I would go for the flatbreads.

Grain free hotdogs with homemade remoulade and pickled cabbage - A tasty love story

Dressing up a hotdog can be done in a great many ways. Ketchup is a must. And pickled things in general goes really well with sausage. So I made a big jar of amazing pickled cabbage which can be used for everything!! And yes in this recipe I do use refined sugar and the reason for this is that most of the sugar will remain in the pickle and get tossed when all the cabbage has gone. So I feel that it would be ashame to use expensive coconut sugar when it is getting thrown in the end!
Another great hotdog component is Remoulade. It is a classic danish dipping sauce in the same category as ketchup and mustard. It has pickled tang as well and is simply filled with flavour and rocks my world as soon as BBQ season kicks in, or whenever I get my hands on a fish cake or a fried cripsy fish filet. And just as we know it with ketchup, remoulade is something that many people (including me) normally buys pre made. But since a homemade version is healthier and can be made just as you please. And due to the fact that the rest of the world lack info of this awesome product – I created my own homemade version of Remoulade, yay!
Well get on to it! Eat as many as you can while watching a football match or two and smile as much as you can manage – cause yeah, you are eating a healthy Hotdog!!

Grain free hotdogs with homemade remoulade and pickled cabbage - A tasty love story

Grain free hotdogs with homemade remoulade and pickled cabbage - A tasty love story

  1. KirstineKirstine06-18-2014

    Det ser simpelthen SÅ lækkert ud! Dem må jeg lave snarest!

  2. laurasmesslaurasmess06-18-2014

    These look wonderful Josephine! I am visiting Denmark over the European summer. I’ve been once before and did sample the polsemannen… but these hot dogs look 200% more beautiful, nutritious and delicious! I will try your vegetable flatbreads. They sound like a great grain-free bread alternative. Thanks for giving us a homemade version of the remoulade also – I am excited to try it at home! x

    • Josephine MaleneJosephine Malene06-19-2014

      Really hope you’ll like these. They definitely beat pølsemandens hotdogs, and keeps you so so full! And as you might know, remoulade is just awesome!!!

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