My youngest daughter ordered these for her toddler son at a local Hawaiian restaurant in the Portland area. He was so delighted with these Hawaiian Shoyu Hot Dogs that were served over rice that he gobbled them up! She has since cooked them for family dinner a couple times and the kids and adults all enjoyed this meal.
Slice the hot dogs into 1/4-inch slices on the diagonal.
In a medium-sized frying pan over medium-high heat, add oil and heat until warm. Add the hot dogs and cook until they start to brown at the edges. Next, add in the soy sauce and brown sugar; stir until sugar is dissolved.
Saute the hot dogs in the sauce until the sauce starts to thicken and the hot dogs get a nice glazed look. Remove from heat.
Serve the hot dogs over the cooked rice and drizzle a little of the sauce on top.
* Can substitute olive oil or canola oil
Red Beans and Rice Shoyu Hot Dogs:
This recipe is not a Hawaiian tradition, just a tasty variation that your family will love.
1 can (14.5 ounce) red kidney beans
Follow the ingredients and directions above for Shoyu Hotdogs. While the hot dogs are simmering in the sauce, add the drained red kidney beans and cook until sauce is thickened.
Serve hot dogs and beans over rice and enjoy!
Categories:Hawaiian Beef Recipes