This quickly became one of my favorite things to eat when I lived in Chile. You can get these hot dogs, called Completos, from street vendors, restaurants and cafes all over Chile. This hot dog recipe makes a giant hot dog with tons of topics. One completo is a meal all by itself. They are easy to make and easy to customize. The only toppings that I always saw in Chile were avocado, onion, tomato, mayo and mustard. I’ve had some variations with sautéed onions, fried egg or even using chicken tenders instead of hotdogs. Give this a try and then make up your own variation and let us know how it went.
|8 all beef hotdogs|
|8 unsliced deli rolls/hoagie buns|
|1 tomatoes, diced|
|1 yellowfins onion, chopped|
|2 avocado, mashed|
This is one of my favorite Chilean street foods, it's a full meal all by itself.
|1.||Cook the hot dogs, preferably on a grill or in a frying pan.|
|2.||Cut the hoagie bun down the middle to form a large hot dog bun. Put the hot dog in and add tomato, onion, sauerkraut, green onion, avocado, mayonnaise, mustard and sprinkle it with paprika.|