Polish Boy – An Ohio Treat!

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Moving on to the next state on the list, Ohio. The Polish boy gained popularity across the country when several of the Food Network stars featured this giant hot dog on the their shows. A hearty sandwich born in Cleveland and has a version of it on many menus across the state. Yelp even gives you a list of the top ten places to order this meal on a bun.

Made up of grilled kielbasa, fries, coleslaw and barbecue sauce, this recipe makes two sandwiches. We each at just half!


So lets get cooking!

Here’s How to Do it:

Cut the sausage in half lengthwise.

Brush the inside of the rolls with some olive oil.

Grill the sausage until it is hot all the way through and has some charred grill lines.

Grill the bun until it’s golden (not quite as long as mine).

Top each bun with four slices of sausage,

1/2 the coleslaw,

1/2 the fries,

and 1/2 the sauce –

Now open wide and take a bite!

It sounds a little strange, but this is one tasty and satisfying sandwich. As Michael Symon says, “Nothing tops it. Not even a silly, Philly cheesesteak”.

Ohio Polish Boy

Deemed the classic sandwich of Cleveland, Ohio, and a handful of food on a bun!

Course: Main Course, sandwich
Cuisine: ohio
Keyword: bun, coleslaw, french fries, hot dog, keilbasa, sausage
Servings: 2 Sandwiches
Author: HelenFern
Ingredients
  • 2 Large Outdoor buns or hoagie rolls
  • 1 pound kielbasa
  • 2 cups cooked french fries
  • 1-1/2 cups coleslaw
  • 1/3 cup sweet hot barbecue sauce (like Sweet Baby Rays)
Instructions
  1. Cut the sausage in half lengthwise. 

  2. Cut the buns and brush them with olive oil.

  3. Heat up the grill. Grill the sausage on both sides until they are hot all the way through.

  4. Grill the buns until they are golden (mine are a little, uhm, burned)

  5. Top each bun with four slices of sausage, 1/2 the coleslaw, 1/2 the fries and 1/2 the sauce - 

    Note: Amounts can be adjusted to your tastes. We preferred a little less fries on ours.

  6. Serve it up hot with some extra sauce and hot sauce on the side.

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