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Tiger sauce

post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 

Can anyone give me a bit of a flavour profile or list of ingredients for Tiger Sauce. It has not made its way to Australia as far as I can determine and I would like to find a substitute 

post #2 of 9

This is for "Try Me Tiger Sauce" which I assume you are asking about. If you are asking about the white horse radish sauce there are numerous recipes on the web also.

 

http://www.food.com/recipe/homemade-mock-tiger-sauce-substitute-279318

 

I assume its close it really sounds like it about right to me.

 

Bon Chance

post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 

Thanks for that. I will see what I can do from there. I take it we are talking about hot, sweet and savoury profile

post #4 of 9

Hot like hot sauce, add Lea & Perrins and add some chuncks. Milder than tabasco.

post #5 of 9

This thread totally reminded me about Tiger Sauce and Pick-A-Pepper sauce, I love both and need to go find some.

 

 

The original tiger sauce is an exotic, moderately spicy blend of Ingredients in a cayenne pepper base. With a touch of sweet and sour, it's perfect for meats, seafood and poultry. Delicious on sandwiches, in dips and soups.

http://www.nolacajun.com/tiger-sauce?gclid=CjwKEAiAvvyiBRDzrYuuldy6wB8SJABPJWObFY2EMFQumEky58DOujHmCmehAL5LpycSnkcWyjnpmxoCSNDw_wcB

 

http://ashleys.net/recipes/TigerSauce-Mock3.htm

post #6 of 9
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Originally Posted by Darwin101 View Post
 

This thread totally reminded me about Tiger Sauce and Pick-A-Pepper sauce, I love both and need to go find some.

 

 

The original tiger sauce is an exotic, moderately spicy blend of Ingredients in a cayenne pepper base. With a touch of sweet and sour, it's perfect for meats, seafood and poultry. Delicious on sandwiches, in dips and soups.

http://www.nolacajun.com/tiger-sauce?gclid=CjwKEAiAvvyiBRDzrYuuldy6wB8SJABPJWObFY2EMFQumEky58DOujHmCmehAL5LpycSnkcWyjnpmxoCSNDw_wcB

 

http://ashleys.net/recipes/TigerSauce-Mock3.htm

 

Amazon sales everything!

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Amazon sales everything!

 

Yes they do, and if you have a Prime account it is way to easy to purchase all sorts of things... :redface:  

post #8 of 9

It definitely adds a nice sweet taste to meat if you cook it down

post #9 of 9

I have been using Tiger Sauce for Years I buy it Direct from the Company Luzeanne  by the Case 12-10oz bottles. I mix it with Kraft original BBQ sauce 10oz tiger to 18oz bbq sauce. my girlfriend says i use everything but cherries.  Marrinate chuck roasts in full strength tiger for the grill basting often

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