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Siracha mayo "Fancy Sauce"

pandemonium

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I have been eating siracha for a long time and just recently came across a recipe where you mix sirachi into mayo and some red wine vinegar and it make some good dipping sauce for like french fries or even veggies, so thought i would share it. You just mix what you think tastes good its not rocket science and depends how much you want to make so im not posting how much of each.

Also Scarbelly has turned me on to chipolte powder, and that rocks in mayo as well!!!!
 

scarbelly

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Glad ya like the Chipotle powder once I send the jar you will find lots of uses for it. I also sprinkle it on mixed nuts with some garlic powder and smoke them. Mighty tasty.
 

meateater

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Hmmm, a new kind of ketchup.
I like it, I always have the srirachi in the fridge.
 

chefrob

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siracha and ketsup is a go to on fried food.............
 

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You can mix almost anything with mayo. Heck what is russian dressing but ketchup and mayo. Hey that's what my mother told me.
 

pandemonium

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I just mixed chipolte powder into one of those squeeze mayo bottles with a little red wine vigegar and put it on an egg samich oooodoggie!!
 

scarbelly

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So I guess I better make the run to the supplier ASAP.

Here is my offer to any of you needing Chipotle powder. The container is 8oz and when I last purchased it the price was under $10 - I will ship to anyone who wants it. I just need the cost of the product and I think USPS for a small package is $10 or less.

Let me know if you want any as I will be going next week to pick up some for Gary
 

athabaskar

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If you don't live in the sticks go to an Asian market and ask for the Japanese mayo. It is worlds apart from Kraft and will work well with the mix you planned. 
 

pandemonium

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If you don't live in the sticks go to an Asian market and ask for the Japanese mayo. It is worlds apart from Kraft and will work well with the mix you planned. 
sounds kinda scary lol Kraft does suck Heilmans is the best
 
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baboy

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Siracha is also good on grilled cheese sandwiches spread between the cheese.
 

squirrel

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I'm not a ketchup person, but give me a jar of Duke's mayo any ole day! I bet that chipotle powder is great in mayo. Dang. I bet that is good on fish. Double dang.
 

pandemonium

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I'm not a ketchup person, but give me a jar of Duke's mayo any ole day! I bet that chipotle powder is great in mayo. Dang. I bet that is good on fish. Double dang.

We get commercials for duke around here but i have yet to see it in a store, i would try it
 

pandemonium

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So I guess I better make the run to the supplier ASAP.

Here is my offer to any of you needing Chipotle powder. The container is 8oz and when I last purchased it the price was under $10 - I will ship to anyone who wants it. I just need the cost of the product and I think USPS for a small package is $10 or less.

Let me know if you want any as I will be going next week to pick up some for Gary

Did you get my pm? Scarbelly?
 

arwes

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When I make a grilled chicken sandwich I always mix up sriracha, Miracle Whip & sweet relish and use that as a spread.  However, I bought something new I found at the store the other day, it's pre-chopped chipotles in adobo sauce in a squirt bottle (can't recall the brand at the moment).  I love putting that in mashed sweet potatoes, so I may try that out in my little sandwich spread in place of the sriracha just to see how it goes.
 

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