Why are hot dogs in the Philippines Red?

Chef's answer
The red colour is due to the artificial food colour that is contained in the casing of the hotdogs, which remains, even after the casing has been discarded. In the Philippines, there is in general not much variation concerning the size and taste of hotdogs, unlike the native, Spanish-influenced sausages.
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  • Step 2: Place in Skillet. Warm your skillet on a burner set to medium heat
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  • Add water to a skillet or frying pan. Cover the surface with half an inch of water.
  • Turn the heat on medium-high. Heat the pan until the water starts to boil off.
  • Gently add the hot dogs. You'll only want to cook a few at a time with this method.
  • Steam them.
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