Over the years, Sonoran cuisine has set its sights on various foreign foods. Sonora doesn’t do it to copy them, but to make them his own. An example are the now traditional dogos, an American jet dog but made with the seasoning of Sonora.
The dogos are based on a homemade steamed bun, to support the weight of the additional ingredients. Once the bread is ready, a giant beef franks, wrapped with bacon, cheese and other items are added to taste. The final touch: a frank or chopped chili peppers.
This delicious snack was born in the streets of Hermosillo, Sonora, in the 1980s. Today it is one of the most popular foods on the streets of the state and in the border area with the United States. You can place them in the inevitable mobile food carts. Now that you know the essentials of the doge, profit, enjoy yours.