Difference between Hamburger and Hotdog

It could be said that both hot dogs (jochos, panchos, hot dogs, frankfurts) and hamburgers are typical American foods. In addition, both are two of the most popular fast foods in the world, especially hamburgers. In fact, two of the most popular fast food chains in the world specialize in hamburgers (McDonalds and Burger King) . Although the concept of both is extremely similar (meat in the middle of two pieces of bread), there are important differences between the two.

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What is it? It is a kind of “sandwich” that is formed with two loaves and a meat “cake” in the middle (although the pancake can be made with different ingredients, for example, lentils, soy, etc.) It is also usually accompanied by other ingredients, such as lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, bacon, cheese, among others. It is usually accompanied by dressings such as ketchup, mayonnaise and mustard. As for the hot dog, it is usually a sausage in the middle of an elongated bun that is inserted into a bun (also elongated), opened in the middle lengthwise. The hot dog can be accompanied by dressings such as ketchup, mayonnaise and mustard; vegetables such as lettuce, onion, pickles, some special sauce, etc. As with burgers, the ingredients and the way they are prepared vary widely from place to place.
Type of meat It is almost always beef or pork. It is a sausage or Viennese, which can have different ingredients.
Shape Circular oblong
Origin It is believed that the hamburger, contrary to popular belief, was not created as such in Hamburg, Germany; but by German immigrants in New York. In any case, it is believed that its origin is Rundstück warm, a typical German food. Like hamburgers, hot dogs are believed to have been created by German immigrants (more specifically, immigrants from Frankfurt) shortly before or immediately after arriving in the United States.

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