Stovetop BBQ Little Smokies

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When I ‘m in need of a quick and easy appetizer, I look for one that has minimal ingredients and is delicious. This recipe for Stovetop BBQ Little Smokies is just that. Make on the stovetop for a flying appetizer or in a crock pot for a hands off version .
Mini cocktail hot dogs are cooked in a savory bbq sauce to make the perfect slowly appetizer .
You may besides enjoy some of my other appetizers such as my french Onion Dip, my Mediterranean Puff Pastry Tart or evening my Pizza Dough Garlic Knots.

A forkful of Stovetop BBQ Little Smokies.

What are Little Smokies?

little Smokies or Lil Smokies are a brand of miniature smoked sausages. exchangeable names for these are cocktail hot dogs, cocktail weenies, cocktail wieners, mini hot dogs, etc. While these are smoked, they still need to be cooked in order to be eaten like other varieties of blimp and hot dogs .
If you have another version of these miniature hot dogs or sausages, they should be able to be used for this recipe. Another alternate is buying full sized hot dogs and sausages and slicing them before cooking to that they are bite size pieces for appetizers .
A bowl of Stovetop BBQ Little Smokies.

Can BBQ Little Smokies be made in a crockpot?

For a hands off adaptation of this recipe, try making it in a crock pot. To make in a crock pot, dump ingredients into the potentiometer then cook on low for at least an hour. Serve when your guests arrive and use the time these are cooking for last infinitesimal clean or any else is needed.

While stovetop and crock pot are the best options for making this recipe, I do caution you to avoid using the clamant pot. As one of my readers emailed me, it turned out as complete dogsled and only would have taken a few extra minutes if it had been made on the stovetop .
A bowl of Stovetop BBQ Little Smokies in sauce.

When to serve Stovetop BBQ Smokies

To be honest, these can be served whenever you want them. But I like to keep them on hand in sheath we have guests and I need a promptly appetizer on the fly. I ‘ve made these for both casual gatherings and parties on new years .
This past year I made these for our Super Bowl party and they were a stumble. I ‘ve besides made them for other vacation gatherings such as Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day and even some birthdays excessively .

Recipe Variations

sometimes you want to mix it up and try a fresh variation. here are some of my favorites :

Hawaiian Style : Add pineapple bits to the recipe
Spicy Style : Add crushed crimson pepper
Italian Sausage Style : Add a mix of cooked peppers and onions
Pizza Style : Use tomato sauce in stead of BBQ, and top with chopped cheese
A bowl of Stovetop BBQ Little Smokies.

Ingredients Needed

  • 2 Packages Beef Cocktail Wieners
  • 18 Oz BBQ Sauce

Equipment Needed

  • Saucepan
  • Crockpot (optional)
  • Wooden Spoon

Storage Tips

electric refrigerator : Stovetop BBQ Little Smokies can be stored in the electric refrigerator for up to 4 days. storehouse in an airtight container. To reheat, you have the option of microwaving until warmed through or heating on the stave top at a low heat until warmed through .
deep-freeze : BBQ Lil Smokies can be store in the deep-freeze for up to 2 months. space in an airtight container and keep freeze. To reheat, defrost in the microwave until warmed through .
Stovetop BBQ Little Smokies

Stovetop BBQ Little Smokies

Michelle Boulé

In need of a delicious appetizer? Look no further than this recipe for Stovetop BBQ Little Smokies. Perfect for a quick appetizer!

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Cook Time

15

mins

Total Time

15

mins

Course

Appetizer

Cuisine

American

Servings

16

Calories

204

kcal

Equipment

Wooden spoon saucepan Saute Pan

Ingredients  

  • 2 Packages Beef Cocktail Wieners
  • 18 Oz BBQ Sauce

Instructions 

  • Combine little smokies and bbq sauce in a pan and cook until hot, about 10 minutes.

  • Serve warm with toothpicks. Enjoy!

Nutrition

Calories:

204

kcal

Carbohydrates:

14

g

Protein:

6

g

Fat:

14

g

Saturated Fat:

5

g

Cholesterol:

32

mg

Sodium:

835

mg

Potassium:

160

mg

Fiber:

1

g

Sugar:

11

g

Vitamin A:

71

IU

Vitamin C:

1

mg

Calcium:

16

mg

Iron:

1

mg

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