Nothing beats fresh, homemade hot dogs! Everyone loves them, from little cow-pokes to old timers. Make hot dogs with the kids - with Hi Mountain it is easy to teach the next generation how satisfying it is to make fresh food at home. No nitrates or MSG means your hot dogs are healthy with no additives. Serve them with pride at your next cookout. Make up to 23 lbs. at a time or only 1 lb. if you wish.
Kit Includes one 4.2 oz. packet of Hi Mountain Hot Dog seasoning, one pack of collagen casings and detailed instructions.
Salt, Corn Syrup Solids, Mustard Flour, Dextrose, Sodium Phosphate Blend, Spice, Sodium Erythorbate, Tricalcium Phosphate, Spice Extractives.
Bulk size seasons up to 138 lbs. of meat. Please note that casings are not included with the bulk size and must be purchased separately - you can buy bulk seasonings and casings here.
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Very good love the flavor
The hot dogs were delicious and the kit was easy to use.
We made our hotdogs with venison and pork. This hot dog seasoning is absolutely delicious. More of a cross between a hotdog and sausage. My daughter hates hotdogs and she really likes these. I'm glad I ordered 2 boxes, we will most definitely be making our hotdogs like this from now on.
We just made a batch of the hot dog kit from Hi Mountain with deer venison, the only thing different we did with the recipe that's provided in the kit was the venison to pork ratio. The end product was excellent. The only thing different we may do next time is cut back just a tad on the seasoning for our taste. We got other kits we purchased and can't wait to mix them up. Thumbs up to Hi-Mountain kits.
Easy to make and pretty tasty.. I smoked them,after filling
Again, this company has it down when it comes to season meat for making sausages, bologna, hotdogs, jerky... this was the first time I made hotdogs with no cure in them, but they still were amazing. I made a small sample for the family and they were fighting over them.
It was my first time using collagen casing, included with the kit. They tear more easily than pig intestines, but after my first round of stuffing I got the hang of it.