Hot Dog Relish

I came across one of those ‘one pan’ recipes that looked tasty, and it called for ‘hot dog relish as a kindofa secret ingredient.

“No prob” I thought to myself, “I’ll be at the market in the morning, and pick up a jar.”

After not one, but two markets failed to carry the yellow mustard and pickle relish I was in need of, I decided to go to da google and make my own, and better!

And… it is!

•1/4 cup chopped pickles*
•2 tbsp chopped pimiento, drained
•2 tbsp chopped onion
•1 clove garlic, minced
•1 tbsp yellow mustard
•1 tbsp Dijon mustard
•1/4 tsp black pepper
•1/8 tsp Seasoned Salt

*I used a mix of zesty dill and spicy sweet.

Stir all of the ingredients together, transfer to a small, lidded jar, and stash in the fridge until needed.

This relish will be good for about one week, so, unless you have a crowd coming over, this should be plenty.

If you do have a crowd coming over, for hot dogs, or brats, or whatever, go ahead and double or triple the recipe; folk are gonna like it and ask for more.

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