Let's Talk ... Sauces, Dips, Gravies Etc.

lilbopeep

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Peep's Dried Fruit Sauce/Spread

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Cooksie

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These may not count because they're bottled sauces. I bought some Lemon Dill Caper Finishing Sauce that I'm going to try on Salmon. It looks really good, kind of like a hollandaise or bearnaise base.

Also bought some Great Value Boom Boom Sauce that I'll try on shrimp. I think the Boom Boom sauce is their answer to Bang Bang sauce...won't know until I try it.
 

QSis

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These may not count because they're bottled sauces. I bought some Lemon Dill Caper Finishing Sauce that I'm going to try on Salmon. It looks really good, kind of like a hollandaise or bearnaise base.

Also bought some Great Value Boom Boom Sauce that I'll try on shrimp. I think the Boom Boom sauce is their answer to Bang Bang sauce...won't know until I try it.

Reports. please!

Lee
 

Cooksie

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I tried the Boom Boom sauce on fish tacos and really liked it. I'm pretty sure it's too hot for you, Q-Sis. If I remember correctly, you can't even do mild Rotel, so it's probably a big no-go for you.
 

QSis

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I tried the Boom Boom sauce on fish tacos and really liked it. I'm pretty sure it's too hot for you, Q-Sis. If I remember correctly, you can't even do mild Rotel, so it's probably a big no-go for you.

Right you are, Cooksie! Thanks for the report (and warning!).

:)

Lee
 

Moxie

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Lee,
Copycat Bang Bang Sauce is just mayo blended with sweet Thai chili sauce, and sriracha (or other hot sauce) added to taste. If you like the flavor profile, you could just dial back on the sriracha.
 

QSis

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Lee,
Copycat Bang Bang Sauce is just mayo blended with sweet Thai chili sauce, and sriracha (or other hot sauce) added to taste. If you like the flavor profile, you could just dial back on the sriracha.

That actually sounds great, Moxie, and I have all that stuff - thanks!


John, great website!

Lee
 

Cooksie

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These may not count because they're bottled sauces. I bought some Lemon Dill Caper Finishing Sauce that I'm going to try on Salmon. It looks really good, kind of like a hollandaise or bearnaise base.

Also bought some Great Value Boom Boom Sauce that I'll try on shrimp. I think the Boom Boom sauce is their answer to Bang Bang sauce...won't know until I try it.

Did not like the Lemon Dill Caper Finishing Sauce:



It tasted like pure mustard. I should have read the ingredients as the first one listed is a raspberry mustard...yuck :(.

Don't know what's wrong with my camera. I tried to re-set the date, but it still shows some way back date...oh well :confused:.
 
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