Flint Coney Sauce

Sep 21st, 2009 | By | Category: Featured, Recipes

coneys are quite different than your Detroit variety.  The has a that is much drier than the typical Detroit .  Acutally, to call the Flint coney a “” is sort of a misnomer.  It’s more like seasoned hamburger on top of your .  My father used to call these “hamber loose” dogs on our menu at his restaurant.  I’ve included a recipe here if you’d like to try it.   I believe the only place you can get this type of coney is in Flint, MI.

Flint Coney

1/2 lb. of beef kidney
1/2 lb. of beef heart
3 tbsp of paprika
2 tbsp of chili powder
1/4 cooking oil
salt to taste

Have your butcher grind kidney and heart.
Start by mixing all ingredients except oil in an adequately sized sauce pan. Since meat is very dry, slowly add oil before turning on heat.

Mix well over medium heat, and allow to simmer on low heat for about 45 min. May need to add more oil, since you do not want mixture to “fry dry”.

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  1. I have tryed this and this is Not even close to the right recipe. and is vary BAD.

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