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looking for a good coney recipe

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I been looking for a good coney island sauce recipe, I'm looking for something made from "scratch" I pretty much given up trying to google a decent one, usally too much tomato sauce flavor for me, I'm looking along the lines of a "meat sauce" kind of like what the the Original Coney use to make, or the Gopher Bar, the closest I've come is one called the Almost Flint-Style Coney Sauce, which is pretty good, I just added a little less tomato sauce, and a pinch of celery salt, does anyone have a favorite one of their own they care to share?

Thanks, J.

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Original Coney Island Sauce

2 lbs Lean Ground Beef - Brown lightly and crumble, add in 1 tsp shortening.

4 Med onions chopped fine

Add onions to beef and cook about 5 min.

Pour mixture into a kettle.


½ Tbsp “Pressed” garlic DO NOT! use fresh or garlic powder it will ruin it.

3½ Tbsp chili powder

¼ Tsp cinnamon

½ Tsp Red pepper

¼ Tsp Cumin

½ Tsp Allspice

1 ½ Tbsp White Vinegar

1 Tsp Salt

1 quart water

1- 5 oz. can tomato sauce

Mix well and simmer for 3-4 hrs

Note: DO NOT remove grease for about the first 2 hrs.

If sauce gets too thick add a little water (1/4 cup at a time is good).

Let cool and it freezes in individual containers real well.

Makes 30 –35 coneys

Prep for Coney (This is the secret)

Paint mustard "lightly" on bun first. If you do not do this 1st step it will not taste the same.

Add hot dog (all beef is a must for the right taste)

Add Coney sauce, onions, and another dash of mustard and cheese if you wish.

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