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How to Grill Vegetarian Big Franks Perfectly

We are calling every Frankfurter and hotdog enthusiasts and fanatics out there. It is our time to shine. According to experts, Americans consume more or less a billion vegan Frankfurter and hotdogs during Memorial Day, Labor Day, and days in between. You read that right, seven Billion, with a capital B. Let us relish this season by taking the first step in becoming an excellent grill master.

Smell the smoking barbeque that surround you, and you will see or smell that the title of “The Best BBQ Grill Master” is yours for the taking. Forget about blisters and burnt beef Frankfurter casings. These mistakes are a thing of the past. Today, become the best grill master and be one with your “gridiron,” and learn how to cook Franks and hotdogs the right way.

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Assess the situation of the grill

Whether people are working on a charcoal or gas gridiron, the first step to a perfect grilled beef frank is to ensure that the iron is ready to get cooking. Make sure to confirm that it is free of dirt, grime, and remnants of last season’s session – and if it is not, find a good brush and scrubbing that dirt and grime. Once the iron has been cleaned, people will want to make sure that there is a lot of charcoal or propane on hand. Bring out the tongs and the vegan Franks; it is game time.

Spray the grates

Before firing up the gridiron, spray the grates with non-stick sprays. Treat it like any other cooking surface by spraying with a couple of blasts. Hotdogs or Frankfurters will have a hard time sticking to the grill’s surface. It means that they will be a lot easier to turn, and it will be easier to remove grimes after cooking.

A simple tip: If you are making glazed frank BBQs, spray the skewers with non-stick spray before putting on the sweet corn, bell peppers, red onion, and juicy Franks. It will make them easier to eat.

Bring on the heat

Like well-seasoned athletes, the gridiron needs the right warm-up to help them deliver peak performance. Before throwing in the patty, make sure to preheat the device for a couple of minutes. For gas-powered ones, preheat it on its maximum setting for ten to fifteen minutes. If you are using charcoal, preheat it until the coal is covered with white ashes. Once the iron is heated, minimize the heat to medium-low for vegan big Frankfurters.

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Fix them up

Your vegan Franks is going to look naked coming off the fire. Make sure to dress them with tasty veggie toppings. People can prepare their tray of ketchup, mustard, relish, as well as chopped onions while the fire is heating up.

A simple tip: Spice up the condiment bar by adding Sriracha mayo and mango salsa. Welcome to the wild side.

Marks hits the spot

The best way to grill a vegan hotdog or Franks is to place them onto the gridiron perpendicular to the grates. It will make sure that they will get the best marks possible. Make sure you use the tong to position them in the right way and to help protect the fingers.

Roll around

Using the tong, roll the big franks over and cook each side until the ends start to split. Because outside elements like gridiron size and type will determine how long it takes to cook the Franks, there is no magic number. That is why people need to use time ranges from five to seven minutes for standard vegan Frankfurter, seven to ten minutes for jumbo ones, and fifteen minutes for a quarter-pounder Frankfurter. Trial and error will help people determine their sweet spot.

Get toasted

Two to three minutes before the Franks are fully heated, use a sturdy pastry brush to spread butter in the bun. Place them face down on the iron and heat for one minute. Make sure to remove them as soon as the minute is up. Keeping the bread on the fire for too long will make it too dry.

A simple tip: Take the bread’s flavor to the next level by spreading melted garlic butter.

Enjoy the frank and dog days of summer

Place the perfectly grilled vegan frank in the bun and top it with condiments like ketchup, mustard, relish, and onion. Now you are ready to enjoy a 100% vegan Frankfurter under the summer day.

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