Slotdog Scores Your Hotdogs To Keep Condiments From Sliding Off


Eating hotdogs? Always a good thing. Problem is, it tends to always get messy, too, with the mustard, ketchup, and whatever else you put in there sliding off the meat and dripping down at some point during the process of wolfing the darn thing down. The Slotdog claims to help keep that from happening.

You know how some people will use a knife to put deep slices along the top of their hotdogs, giving the frank scored sections that expand during cooking where sauces and condiments can sink in? Well, that’s what this thing does. Except, it does that by making your hotdogs look like pineapple skin (or dragon scales, if you want to make it sound cooler), giving your meat a whole lot more places to hold those favorite condiments when you pour them on.


The Slotdog measures 12.3 inches long, with blades from end to end, allowing it to accommodate both footlongs and shorter franks, so you can score every hotdog in sight before throwing them on the grill. It scores hotdogs only one side at a time, so you can mark the whole thing or just a single section. More than serving as canals to keep your condiments in check, the sliced sections also give the hotdogs a unique appearance that should make them more fun for kids, apart from helping caramelize the squared edges during cooking.


Available now, the Slotdog is priced at $17.88.

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One Response

  1. Thomas

    From the Amazon reviews it looks like there is a small learning curve in learning exactly how much pressure to apply to get the grooves but without destroying the dog. I am sure the amount of pressure will vary depending on the type of dog you buy and whether and the temperature of it. I love this though. The Slotdogs would be prefect for me. I always choose to BBW dogs and sausages over steak, so having more options to dress my dogs up would be fantastic.

    The visual appeal of the hotdog looks fantastic. It reminds me of a quality hotdog that you would buy from the State Fair. I like that the A1 Sauce I like eating on my hotdogs would be able to penetrate the weiner by using the Slotdog which would provide an even better tasting dog. The Slotdog is a winner in my opinion. Why did it take so many years for someone to create this product. It is a genius product, inexpensive, and looks like it provides great results. I definitely want to get one of these before summer gets here.


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