What’s those white hotdogs in a clambake called ?!?

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  • 4 weeks ago

    Coneys, and they’re made using veal, unlike standard hot dogs. 

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  • kswck2
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    A J IS correct in his White Hot description, but they can also be a Weisswurst, which is a Veal sausage. Veal sausage is a rather acquired taste, as they ooze once cut open. 

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  • A.J.
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    They are called White Hots, or could be certain German style sausages. Sodium Erythorbate and Paprika and Sodium Nitrite and beef make hot dogs red if not using other coloring agents. You can best understand one from another by ingredients lists. Pork, chicken, turkey, veal and some odd parts of beef are white to light brownish colors and cooked beef is also in darker brown shades. Hot dogs are generally pre-cooked or smoke-cooked when you buy them. A better question is what makes hot dogs/frankfurters pink-reddish.

    Typical high quality White Hot Dogs-

    White Hot (Pork, Water, Veal, Egg Whites, Dextrose, Salt, and Less than 2% of the following: Nonfat Dry Milk, Flavorings, Extracts of Lemon, Sodium Acetate, Sodium Diacetate, Natural Casing derived from Lamb).

    All Natural uncured beef hot dog

    Beef, Water, Contains 2% or less of: Salt, Sugar, Natural Flavoring, Dehydrated Garlic, Yeast Extract, Vinegar, Cultured Celery Juice, Cherry Powder, Paprika

    Natural casing cured beef hot dog

    Beef, Water, Contains 2% or less of Salt, Sorbitol, Sodium Lactate, Natural Flavoring, Sodium Phosphate, Hydrolyzed Corn Protein, Paprika, Sodium Diacetate, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite

    A standard cheap hot dog: 

    Mechanically Separated Chicken, Pork, Water, Corn Syrup, Potassium Lactate, Contains 2% Or Less: Salt, Sodium Phosphate, Natural Flavor, Beef Stock, Sodium Diacetate, Sodium Erythorbate, Maltodextrin, Paprika Extract, Sodium Nitrite.

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