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Coney Island Sauce

Kids (and adults) will love this with hot dogs and 

     hamburgers.
     
     1     (6-oz) can tomato paste   
     1/4 lb ground beef      
     1/4 C  sweet pickle relish
     1   TB minced onion       
     1   TB Worcestershire sauce   
     1   TB mustard
     1   TB chili powder       
     1/2 ts sugar
     
     Combine all ingredints in heavy large saucepan 
over medium 
     heat.  Cook until beef is no longer pink, stirring 

     occasionally.  Reduce heat and simmer until sauce 
is brown 
     and thickened, about 30 minutes.  (Can be prepared 
3 days 
     ahead.  Cover and chill.  Rewarm sauce before serving.)
     From: Lancaster Farming    Shared By: Pat Stockett
     
     Second Coney Island Hot Dog Sauce
     
     1     TB butter         
     1     TB margarine          
     1-1/2 lb LEAN ground beef   
     2     md onions minced     
     1        clove garlic minced       
     3     TB chile powder
     1     TB prepared mustard       
     1        (6oz) can tomato paste    
     1        (6oz) can water
     4 / 5    cheap skinless hot dogs   
              salt and pepper to taste
     
     Do NOT brown beef before using!!
     Combine all except hot dogs and simmer until thick. 
 Grind 
     the hot dogs [or chop in food processor] stir in 
and cook 
     15 min longer.
     
     Store in frig or freeze some.
     
     Use over GOOD casing type hot dogs with chopped 
onions and 
     mustard.  The big secret in this recipe is the 
ground 
     cheap hot dogs. This is the orignal Flint [MI] 
Coney 
     Island sauce.  Best around anywhere.






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