Outside of New York, there’s an overwhelming number of people who are unfamiliar with white hot dogs. It sounds crazy given the popularity of this Zweigle’s favorite in Rochester and the surrounding areas, but it’s true. That’s why today we’re sharing an in-depth look at one of our most iconic and raved about products. Check out the facts, and don’t forget to share this post with a friend you think would enjoy a white hot the next time they’re in town!

A Regional Favorite

White hot dogs are most popular in Rochester, NY and nearby areas such as Western New York. Take a trip across the country, and you might not be able to find your beloved white hots quite so easily.

If you’re wondering why white hot dogs are so popular in Rochester though, just take a look at the history. White hots have been around for over a century, and Zweigle’s was actually one of the first companies to start commercially producing this tasty German concoction back in the day.

People quickly discovered the brilliant taste of our recipe, and the rest is history. You can now find white hots all around town, including at the Red Wing Stadium and other sporting events.

A Genius Blend of Ingredients

One of the reasons Zweigle’s white hots are so popular is due to the quality of the ingredients. While hot dogs can be made out of a variety of different meats, white hot dogs are a unique combination of pork, beef, and veal. All three meats are uncured and unsmoked, which gives the hot dog its white color.

In addition to the combination of delicious meats, Zweigle’s also uses a unique blend of of spices to produce our famous white hot flavor.

Topping it Off

For those who haven’t experienced a white hot dog in the past, it can be tricky to decide which toppings are best suited for this unique product. Anything essentially goes, but the Rochester tradition includes meat hot sauce, mustard, and chopped onion.

Feel free to experiment though and find which flavors suit your palette best. The important thing is that you enjoy the flavor, classic interpretation or not!

Have you tried a Zweigle’s white hot dog? What’s your favorite way to eat one?