Cook the hot dogs on the cooler side of the grill so that they can heat through without burning on the outside.
Famous Tip: Lay the dogs at an angle for that beautiful, diagonal char mark that makes your mouth water.
- Cook one minute on each side.
- Move the hot dogs to the hot side of the grill.
How long do you cook hot dogs on the grill?
- Place “hot dogs” across grill rack and grill 8 to 12 minutes, or until desired doneness, turning after 3 minutes, and turning occasionally during remainder of grilling.
How long do you grill hot dogs?
It will take about 2 to 3 minutes to develop grill marks on one side of a hot dog.
Once that’s achieved, turn it over and repeat.
Then it’s fully cooked.
Spend any more than six minutes cooking a hot dog and you’ll be left with something that tastes like an exploded firecracker.
How do you cook hot dogs on a propane grill?
Place the hot dogs over the heat and don’t walk away! Keep turning them to get grill marks all around and watch them carefully. When they start to expand but before they start sputtering, they’re done. Roll them over to the unheated part of the grill, then toast your buns over the burners.
Should you grill or boil hot dogs?
Grilled dogs do not hold long. If you aren’t serving them immediately, the skins get tough and start to shrivel. Grilling requires more space as you can not stack hot dogs on a grill like can be done when boiling or steaming.
What is the best temperature to grill hot dogs?
“If your grill is too cold, your hot dog will get dried out or tough,” said Hollingsworth. “Be sure to preheat your grill for a few minutes. I usually aim for a grill temp of 425 degrees with a cook time of about 10 minutes.”