Recipes for Big Boy Sauce, Slim Jim Sandwich
and Lum's Beer Hot Dog.
BIG BOY SAUCE
This Copy Cat Sauce for a "Like a Big Boy
Hamburger" was Created from a Gyro Sauce Recipe.
STEP 1: FIRST MAKE THE GYRO SAUCE
8 oz. plain yogurt (not low-fat)
1 medium cucumber
1/8 teaspoon white pepper or 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon white sugar
2 tablespoon dill weed powder
2 peeled garlic cloves, finely minced
Juice of 1/2 lemon
Place 1 medium cut up cucumber in a chopper (pealed skin with pulp and seeds removed as they are very bitter,) chop until finely chopped. Spoon out on paper towels to soak up as much moisture as possible, place the chopped cucumber in a small bowl then stir in 2 finely minced garlic cloves, juice of ½ lemon, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon sugar, ½ teaspoon black pepper, 2 tablespoon dill. Pour off any water from the yogurt and blend in 8 oz, regular yogurt (not low fat) do not over mix. Cover bowl and immediately place in refrigerator and let set undisturbed for 24 hours so the ingredients will blend and sauce re-thicken (keep chilled when not in use.)
Makes about 2 cups
STEP 2: BIG-BOY SAUCE
Remove gyro sauce from refrigerator and mix 4 tablespoon of this sauce with 2 tablespoon dill relish (juice drained) and 2 tablespoon of Real Mayonnaise which will be enough for 5-6 Big Boy Sandwiches.
Any remaining Gyro Sauce (Step 1) is delicious on gyros, pita sandwiches, dolmades, roast lamb, roast pork or beef, fish or seafood, rice dishes, grilled vegetables, vegetable filled egg omelets and many other foods.
Use lean ham, Swiss cheese,
lettuce, and tomato on a Grecian roll.
Spread on some of the Big Boy Sauce.
Grill Sandwich a few minutes in an electic grill as pictured.
Serve prepared sandwich with
pickles and potato chips.
LUM'S BEER HOTDOG
1 can beer.
2 can water (use empty beer can.)
1 teaspoon sugar.
1 teaspoon garlic powder.
1 teaspoon caraway seeds.
1/4 wedge of a fresh onion.
One Package, John Morrell's, New York Deli Brand, Beef Franks
or your favorite brand of all-beef hot dogs. Lums used a 1/4 pounder hotdog.
Bring everything to a boil, reduce heat to a lowest heat and let stew for no less then 15 minutes or longer for more intense flavor.
These are delicious to eat right out of the stewing pot or do them the Lums hotdog way; remove and grill slightly.
Serve on a Quality Hot Dog Bun.