Power Rankings: Hot Dog Condiments





1)
Ketchup
This is no-brainer to me. Ketchup is the master of the condiment world, whether it’s on a hot dog, hamburger, eggs or French fries. Yes, I said eggs. Love me some ketchup. Ketchup is king for me.
2)
Mustard
Mustard is one of the most widely used condiments in the world. Point. Blank. Period.
3)
Chili
Contains chili pepper, meat (usually beef), tomatoes and beans. There are so many different recipes, though. Other ingredients are added like corn, garlic, onions. In South Florida there is a concert called “The Chili Cookout,” where vendors bring in their own recipes that the people can try as they watch the artists.
4)
Onions
Chopped, sliced, minced. It doesn't matter how they're cut, but they are always better when covering chili.
5)
Mayonnaise
Great on hot dogs and even better on French fries. It's a European thing . . . never caught on the States, but try it; You will not be disappointed!
6)
Relish
Originating in India and coming in a variety of forms, relish has become a must-have on a good, American hot dog.
7)
Cheese
This has become so popular as a topping, Oscar Mayer puts it in the middle of their wieners!
8)
Sauerkraut
Translates to sour cabbage. Has a long shelf life and sour taste. Not my preference, but it is quite a popular condiment for hot dogs.
9)
Peppers
Peppers can add a little crunch and pizzazz to your hot dog. Whether you like them sweet and/or spicy, you can bundle piles on top of your dog and “go to town.”
10)
Guacamole
I believe Mr. Guacamole’s place is in Mexican food and not my hot dog. I can see the rest of the other condiments on this list on a hot dog, just not guacamole.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Joseph Laguerre, Franklin Lee, Brandon Meyers, Graham J. Noble and Tyler Pisani and are sponsored by Panda Express.

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