Cut shallow slits into the wieners so that the sauce can coat them well.
Slowly pan-fry over low heat until they are cooked through to the center.
Slowly pan-frying the wieners (frankfurters) will cause them to release a lot of grease. Since it will spatter, wipe it away with a paper towel.
Pour in the Secret Sauce (Recipe ID: 2327883) and increase the heat to high, and coat the wieners in the sauce.
Since they tend to burn easily, be careful. Allow the sauce to seep into the wieners with the residual heat, and they're done.
[Note:] You can also use store-bought yakiniku sauce!
Story Behind this Recipe
I only used the secret sauce and frankfurters for a bento, but you can also add some vegetables for a splendid dish. You can combine various ingredients using this sauce, so it's very convenient to have. It's so useful for busy days.
Even though it takes some work, making the slits in the wieners will help the sauce coat them easier. Since the wieners will produce grease and the grease will spatter out when the sauce is poured in, soak it up with a paper towel. Once the sauce is added, the weiners tend to burn easily, so pay attention!