By Jelisa Castrodale

Published on: May 25, 2020

You need to taste these international hot dogs

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Hot dogs aren't just an all-American dish.

Hot dogs are enjoyed in many different ways all over the world!

Here are six international styles you should try!

Iceland

These dogs are made from a combination of Icelandic lamb, pork and beef, and topped with ketchup, a brown mustard, a creamy remoulade, fried and raw onions. Photo: Getty Images / pedrojperez

South Korea

These dogs are deep-fried and served on a stick. A version called the kogo takes it a step further by encasing the deep-fried hotdog in a layer of French fries.

Colombia

Colombian hot dogs are boiled instead of grilled and topped with coleslaw, pineapple sauce, ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard and potato chips.

Chile

completo is covered in chopped tomatoes, sauerkraut and mayonnaise, the completo Italiano adds mashed avocado, and the complete a lo pobre has a fried egg, french fries and fried onions.

Brazil

Cachorro-quente is piled high with ground beef, peppers, tomatoes, onions, corn, parmesan, carrots, ham, cilantro, potatoes and a hard-boiled quail egg. Photo: Getty Images / Alex Souto Maior

Sweden

The tunnbrödsrulle starts with a thin flatbread called tunnbröd and has  mashed potatoes, shredded lettuce, mayo, shrimp salad, ketchup, mustard and onions along with the hot dog.

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