Most commonly, hot dogs are made with pork, beef, or chicken. Bratwurst is made with pork, beef, or veal and the meat is typically fresher and more pure. By definition, a sausage is “a spicy ground meat that is usually stuffed into a narrow tube of skin or made into a flat cake” (3).
Bring a pot of water to a boil. Reduce heat to low, place hot dog in water, and cook 5 minutes or until done. Remove hot dog and set aside. Carefully place a steamer basket into the pot and steam the hot dog bun 2 minutes or until warm. Place hot dog in the steamed bun.
Choripan or chorizo hot dog with chimichurri sauce. Choripan is a traditional Argentinean appetizer or snack consisting of grilled chorizo on bread topped with chimichurri sauce. This flavorful chorizo sandwich, also called chori for short, is popular in many Latin American countries and is a must have for an asado or BBQ.
The hot dog is usually steamed, boiled or grilled. Kielbasa. Also known as Polish sausage, this meat is made of pork or a combination or pork and beef. It has a strong garlic flavor along with pimentos, cloves, marjoram and smoke. It’s often paired with sauerkraut and is usually grilled, seared or smoked.
Under all those bagels, poutines, and smoked meat sandwiches, Montreal is a hot dog town. Always has been, ever since the advent of the steamé (with mustard, chopped onion, and coleslaw s'il vous plaît), and the diffusion of riffs like the toasté and the sloppy joe-like Michigan.