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Japanese Hot Dog Recipe

Japanese Hot Dog Recipe

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Japanese Hot Dog Recipe

Japanese Hot Dog Recipe

Interested in taking your grilling to the NEXT LEVEL? These Japanese hot dogs are topped with seaweed, scallions, and bonito flakes, then drizzled with teriyaki sauce and wasabi mayo. Plus, these hot dogs are ready in just 20 minutes!

Take your standard American hot dog and elevate it with these delectable Japanese-inspired sauces and toppings. These hot dogs have everything you might want in a backyard barbecue treat. With just one bite, you’ll taste sweet, salty, spicy, and much goodness. Combine this with your favourite matcha latte (matcha dalgona, strawberry matcha boba latte, mango matcha boba latte) for a well-rounded lunch!

When it comes to grilling in the summer, my all-time favourite thing to do is always hot dogs. I don’t generally eat hot dogs during the rest of the year, but I go all out when it’s grilling season. These Japanese-style hot dogs are so easy to make and overflow with delectable flavours that will send your palate skyward like fireworks on July 4th.


The majority of the components for these Japanese hot dogs may be found at your local Japanese grocery store or on Amazon.





Before adding the corn-starch slurry to the teriyaki sauce, make the corn-starch slurry. By soaking the corn-starch in the water ahead of time, you may save the headache of trying to de-clump the corn-starch in your teriyaki sauce. The corn-starch is required to thicken your teriyaki sauce so as not to become too runny when drizzled over the hotdog.

Take care not to overcook the teriyaki sauce. Cooking the teriyaki sauce thickens it, but it also warms off the water and results in a saltier sauce if you cook it too long. When the sauce thickens, could you remove it from the heat immediately?

You can adjust the amount of wasabi to your liking. I try to go on the milder side because I am a bit of a spice wimp. Add additional wasabi if you want to amp up the fire!

Preheat the grill. This is a critical step in cleaning the grill using heat. Furthermore, placing the hotdogs on a hot grill will result in those beautiful grill marks that we all love and deserve on our hot dogs.


Individual ingredients for these Japanese hot dogs can be stored individually in an airtight jar in the refrigerator for up to 1 week. You may either microwave or bake the hot dogs to re-heat them.

Japanese Hot Dog Recipe

People Also Ask:

What is in a Japadog?

Seaweed, scallions, and bonito flakes adorn this teriyaki and wasabi mayo-drizzled Japanese hot dog. In addition, these hot dogs are ready in less than 20 minutes!

What sausage does Japadog use?

Pork from Berkshire (black pig), pork sausage, turkey, beef, or veggie sausages are all available in this dish.

Are hotdogs popular in Japan?

But in Japan, everything has a wiener in it. Particularly beloved by children, the octopus-shaped wiener has its unique cutter. A recent Cookpad newsletter included this stew recipe, which I’d like to share today.

Who owns Japadog?

Noriki Tamura, the owner of Japadog, stands with marketing manager Hideki Aizawa to show off the many hot dogs they create.

What happened to the Japanese hot dog eating champion?

No matter how much of an impact Kobayashi’s jaw ailment played, he lost. An astounding 66 hot dogs downed by American Joey Chestnut ended Kobayashi’s six-year winning streak. Chestnut was named the winner.

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