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Chili Dog a la Sonic Very Important Sonic Retro Podcast Contest

#16 User is offline NaZe 

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Ok, this weekend, I'll give it a try, Do someone wish videos or photos? I love cooking, hope they taste great.

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QUOTE (Ashram @ Feb 4 2010, 11:18 AM)
And for added lulz, here's the original recipe, courtesy of Sonic the Hedgehog #1:



Just have to mention that Sally's hands in the last panel look totally deformed and that the pie looks like a radioactive pile of bad semen and whipped cream. specialed.png

With some free time coming up, I'll definitely try to contend in this contest. As a side note, a friend of mine has recommended sautéing the mushrooms, peppers and onions.
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^lol blue arms.

So Sally smashes a pie in his face? is that supposed to be a joke?

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QUOTE (Phos @ Feb 6 2010, 02:29 AM)
^lol blue arms.

So Sally smashes a pie in his face? is that supposed to be a joke?


The jokes in the early issues were very corny, and little comics like this were common, with Sonic doing something and Sally setting up the joke. As the comic aged, around issue 20, they started to only offer 1 or 2 stories (typically Knuckles-related) and took a more serious tone. Mind you, the 'Off Panel' part has brought back the mini-joke comics.



This, along with the recipe comic, were neat little additions back then, but they just wouldn't fit now-a-days. I really can't see the Iron Queen and Snively telling a recipe for their favorite hamburger. v.png

Also, inb4 'how did the burrobots find Knothole', but that's for another topic.
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Remember, Sonic the Hedgehog #1 came out way the hell back in 1993. Corny jokes and non-sensical stories were the name of the game.

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I'm just getting over food poisoning. So I felt I'd whip something up to celebrate.



I made some modifications to the recipe, mostly by adding a few spices. I don't usually add barbecue sauce to chili, but it added a nice flavor. Cayenne pepper, in moderate amounts, adds a nice zest as well.

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I ended up slightly modifying the recipe, too, mostly since I couldn't get a hold of all the right ingredients. I removed the peppers (because I don't like them), roughly halved the amount of onion and mushroom, I replaced the chili powder with powdered cayenne pepper, and I ended up adding a small can of tomato sauce because the only barbecue sauce they sell here is KC Masterpiece, which is really too sweet for this. Even despite that, it was still a little too sweet, but it was a good Saturday night dinner.

Here's a picture of the final product:


And here are some images of the rest of the process.
Preparing for a nice half-hour simmer.
The recipe, nice and handy.
All the seasonings. Yum yum. (Ignore the curry powder. I didn't actually use that.)
Corn bread to go along with it.
Into the fire.
Cheese, buns, and—of course—the hot dogs.
Adding the beans.
And the spices. Lookin' good now.
The corn bread's done. It was delicious.
Me, watching over the chili during its second simmer. I'm not very photogenic.
Oh—time for the hot dogs. And in they go.
Mixing it up. This is pretty much how the final product looked before being put on the buns.
Speaking of buns... here are the ones I used. They were kind of unevenly toasted, but whatever.
Plop on the hot dogs and the chili. (You can already see they're falling apart.)
And the cheese (not optional!).
My first bite was a failure. The hot dog fell through the bun and made a huge mess.
But I persisted! The second bite is a success!
A painfully wide-eyed third bite.
And, victory!
The remains.
Saving the rest for later.

I had some more for lunch today, and the chili reheated quite nicely. Definitely not bad. I should get two to three more meals out of this, and it wasn't all that expensive, either.

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So this one time, I made the most delicious chili dog for a contest at a website called Sonic Retro:


^ Mmmmm yeah!


^ Oh baby!


^ See how happy it makes me!

I asked how delicious could a chili dog get and look superior? Well, I found out wink.png
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Wow, these chili dogs look really tasty, they're making me so hungry! I gotta try Sonic's secret recipe one day!

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I'd certainly like to try the chilli but I don't think I'll cook it myself.

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Hey guys, just a heads up—only two more days to make Chili Dog a la Sonic and post your results! If you feel like winning our Fabulous Prizes™, try and hurry before time is up!

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ARGH! How did I not here about this?! Ima make one now! Well as soon as I ingredients <_<.

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QUOTE (Insalubrious @ Feb 7 2010, 04:39 PM)
I ended up slightly modifying the recipe, too, mostly since I couldn't get a hold of all the right ingredients. I removed the peppers (because I don't like them), roughly halved the amount of onion and mushroom, I replaced the chili powder with powdered cayenne pepper, and I ended up adding a small can of tomato sauce because the only barbecue sauce they sell here is KC Masterpiece, which is really too sweet for this. Even despite that, it was still a little too sweet, but it was a good Saturday night dinner.

Here's a picture of the final product:


And here are some images of the rest of the process.
Preparing for a nice half-hour simmer.
The recipe, nice and handy.
All the seasonings. Yum yum. (Ignore the curry powder. I didn't actually use that.)
Corn bread to go along with it.
Into the fire.
Cheese, buns, and—of course—the hot dogs.
Adding the beans.
And the spices. Lookin' good now.
The corn bread's done. It was delicious.
Me, watching over the chili during its second simmer. I'm not very photogenic.
Oh—time for the hot dogs. And in they go.
Mixing it up. This is pretty much how the final product looked before being put on the buns.
Speaking of buns... here are the ones I used. They were kind of unevenly toasted, but whatever.
Plop on the hot dogs and the chili. (You can already see they're falling apart.)
And the cheese (not optional!).
My first bite was a failure. The hot dog fell through the bun and made a huge mess.
But I persisted! The second bite is a success!
A painfully wide-eyed third bite.
And, victory!
The remains.
Saving the rest for later.

I had some more for lunch today, and the chili reheated quite nicely. Definitely not bad. I should get two to three more meals out of this, and it wasn't all that expensive, either.


The best looking chilli dog thus far I say. Browning the bun was smart.

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damn I wanted to take part in this but time and funds got the best of me :<

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You guys should try larger hot dogs and bakery buns for epic success. I'm going to try this on Friday or Wednesday.

In all honesty, when I made chili dogs in the past, I cooked the hot dogs separate from the chili. Looks like I'll be going a different path this time. v.png
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