THE 10 BEST VEGAN GOURMET HOT DOG TOPPINGS | The Edgy Veg

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These tasty vegan hot dog recipes will turn any plain wiener into a flavourful party for your mouth! I know this list of 10 Gourmet Hot Dog toppings might sound wild, but honestly, they are the best toppings I’ve ever experimented with on a wiener! I know Ketchup and mustard are most people’s go-to hot dog topping, but these gourmet vegan hot dog toppings take your wieners to the next level. Ok I’ll stop saying weiners

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Each gourmet hot dog topping is vegan / plant-based and inspired by the flavour it’s named after (i.e. Pad Thai Topping will be like having Pad Thai on a hot dog, delicious I know).

Mexican Street Corn:
-Vegan lime mayo
-Roasted corn
-Chopped Cilantro
-Chili powder or chili flakes

French Onion: 
-The Edgy Veg’s French onion dip:
-Diced red onion
-Crushed potato chips

Italian Stallion – Gourmet Hot Dog Topping:
-Vegan Mozzarella or slices of a vegan cheese of your choice
-Marinara sauce
-Sautéed mushrooms

Jalapeno Popper:
-Vegan cream cheese
-Pickled jalapeno slices
-Toasted panko breadcrumbs

Nachos:
-The Edgy Veg’s Nacho cheese sauce:
-Sliced jalapenos
-Chopped cilantro
-Crushed tortilla chips

Pad Thai
-Asian slaw
-Peanut sauce
-Chopped cilantro
-Crushed peanuts

Hawaiian:
-Bbq sauce
-Grilled pineapple
-Chopped red onions

Buffalo:
-Vegan ranch dressing
-Franks Red hot sauce
-Finely chopped celery

Banh Mi:
-Fish-free Kimchi
-Vegan mayo
-Chopped green onion

The Reuben :
-Vegan Swiss cheese or slices of a vegan cheese of your choice
-Sauerkraut
-Caramelized onions

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  1. I’ve been trying to adopt a plant-based diet for over two years now. For both ethical and health reasons. Outside of food, I don’t purchase products that aren’t vegan anymore (but I still use what I have such as clothes, my car has leather seats, etc.). When I cook, it’s always plant-based, but it’s difficult in family gatherings and when eating out (or when I forget to pack lunch for work), I fall off. I’m at a point where animals just don’t resonate as food to me anymore. You, amongst others, have taught me how to cook vegan and keep me going. I have been fairly consistent over the last month, so thank you!

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