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post #21 of 30

I'll have to check out our local walmart or look harder at Hannifords. Thanks for the tiger sauce explanations.

 

Chris

post #22 of 30
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My local Walmart does not carry Tiger Sauce

I looked all over, and they told me I could order a case of it

What section is Tiger Sauce in Walmart?

I looked in the Hispanic, Asian and BBQ Sauce

 

Got some on the way, so covered for now, but would like to find a local source for the future

 

 

Todd

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post #23 of 30
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Originally Posted by TJohnson View Post

My local Walmart does not carry Tiger Sauce

I looked all over, and they told me I could order a case of it

What section is Tiger Sauce in Walmart?

I looked in the Hispanic, Asian and BBQ Sauce

 

Got some on the way, so covered for now, but would like to find a local source for the future

 

 

Todd


 I've always found it right in the BBQ sauce isle at the grocery store. I know I've seen it at Walmart as well but I don't remember the specific section it was in there.

post #24 of 30
Great looking ribs! drool.gif

I found mine at Publix on the very top shelf where the hot wing sauce is sold, around the BBQ sauce and grill marinades.

Over the weekend I made a different type of foiling/pan sauce and I used some sweet Thai chili sauce. Gave a good flavor. It is not really the same as Tiger Sauce, but maybe a different alternative. I got mine at Walmart in the Asian section.
post #25 of 30

Looks awesome! never heard of tiger sauce before!

post #26 of 30

I've seen Tiger Sauce I believe at Kroger but never tried it.  I'll have to try this method.  I didn't see a post whether you liked the Trigg or the regular method better.

-Kurt 

post #27 of 30
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Personally, i like the Trigg Style Ribs, but my family did not care for them

Little too spicy for them.......

The Tiger sauce has a KICK to it

 

 

TJ

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post #28 of 30
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Originally Posted by TJohnson View Post

Personally, i like the Trigg Style Ribs, but my family did not care for them

Little too spicy for them.......

The Tiger sauce has a KICK to it

 

 

TJ

 

Which one? No kicks in any I tried.

post #29 of 30

Todd, I'm guessing you put too much Tiger Sauce on the ribs.  I just got my case in from Walmart and have not tried it on ribs yet.  I did make a Thai noodle dish with chicken, vegetable, a peanut sauce and for the the spicy taste used Tiger Sauce.  I started with a small amount of Tiger Sauce and added a little more and worked my way up to where I felt it had the right amount of hotness for Thai food.  It turned out real good and had a nice flavor.   My wife felt I put in just enough TS to give it a soft heat in the background without being overbearing.  I think this sauce can be used with many foods, not only BBQ but many traditional dishes.  

 

I will be doing my first rack of ribs with Tiger Sauce coming up here in the next week or so.  Think I'll cut them in half and use the Trigg Style method with only a small amount on TS on one half of ribs and double it for the second half and compare the difference.  I think the trick is to find your level of spiciness or heat.  It's my feeling the TS can be mild to hot depending on the amount used.  You've probably played with the TS enough by now since you got it so this is probably no real news to you.  Just thought I would mention my thoughts on how to control the heat.  

 

Wish I could find it at a local store here in Minnesota.  I've checked all the same stores you mentioned and couldn't find it either.  We are going on a road trip to Phoenix in October and think I'll check on a few stores along the route.  I'll also be checking out the stores in Arizona and see what they have there.  Hopefully I can find a store that carries it and try to pick up 15 to 20 bottles.  Hope I can stop by and visit with you a few minutes again either before I leave for Phoenix or when I get back and we can discuss TS a little more.

 

Jim T

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post #30 of 30
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What section is Tiger Sauce in Walmart?
I had the same problem. I finally found it in the isle with the ketchup.
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