Sauce

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  1. Tinian

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    Just reflecting over breakfast on sauce I like to have with different foods. Namely Worcestershire on eggs, BBQ on bacon and Tabasco on baked beans.

    I always add tomato sauce to pies. Wasabi and soy to sushi. Bulgolgi for Korean BBQ. Either hollandaise, tomato or vinegar for chips. Mint for pork chops.

    What do you religiously add?
     
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  2. Boneman

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    Ketchup and Tabasco Ketchup are my two regulars.
     
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    Sriracha on ALL THE THINGS.
     
  4. broccoli

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    Tomato sauce/ketchup and sweet mustard on hot dogs. Tomato sauce/ketchup and mild german mustard on bratwurst. tartare sauce or aioli on fish and chips
     
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  5. JSmithDTV

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    I use mint sauce for lamb and apple sauce for pork... gravy of course.

    JSmith
     
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  6. Agg

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    Tabasco have a newish Chipotle version which is my current favourite.. on everything.
     
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  7. Hater

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    Worcestershire + (normal) tabasco on my eggs

    mayonnaise with chips whenever I have them
     
  8. JSmithDTV

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    I do this too... but only the proper creamy whole egg type. It's a very Dutch/Belgian thing to do. :D

    "they drown 'em in that shit" quote: Pulp Fiction.

    JSmith
     
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  9. broccoli

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    Also in France they'd give you mayo at McDonalds. I wish they gave you something for the "chips" (erk) here. They are pretty dismal without anything to jazz them up.
     
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  10. firey4059

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    Oh, some new sauces to try above.
    My brother shared a simple by tasty recipe at Christmas. Any apple sauce mixed with Smokey sauce to taste.
    I'll edit the to expand the details of the smokey sauce once I track it down in the cupboard.
    EDIT: Culley's Mexican Chipotle No.4 medium (made in New Zealand).
     
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  11. iMomOx3

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    Maeploy Sweet Chilli sauce for most fried snacks like croquettes / chips / jalapeno poppers.

    Love doing a Kewpie Mayo + Siracha mix too.
     
  12. s4mmy

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    Eta BBQ sauce is a favourite of mine, that and Chipotle Aioli.
    I also make a lot of my own for when I'm doing some low and slow BBQ.
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  13. PabloEscobar

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    The one True BBQ Sauce.

    I also have a fondness for SPC Plum Sauce, goes will with Kangaroo.
     
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  14. broccoli

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    They've had that same bottle since forever. My old nanna used to buy that, it reminds me of going to her house.

    I love sweet chilli sauce, with sour cream on potato wedges, or by itself with chicken rice.
     
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  15. s4mmy

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    Yep, I just instinctively bought it because my dad always used to have it. :lol: Love it. It regularly goes into bacon and egg rolls with some Aioli and its deeeelish!
     
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  16. OzzieFarmBoy

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    Tomato sauce on cheese toasties.
    Sweet Chilli and Sour Cream on potato wedges
     
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    Same here. Bad error in my OP
    Does the chipotle overpower the normal Tabasco flavour?
    :thumbup:
     
  18. Agg

    Agg Lord of the Pings

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    Hrm, I find normal Tabasco to be quite thin and vinegary, while the chipotle one is richer in flavour, so probably? But in a good way. :)
     
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    Worcestershire on steak. Gravy on chips. Byron Bay Chilli Co sauces on everything, especially chicken and fish.
     
  20. SpicEwEazle

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    Dijon mustard and whole egg mayonaise on sandwiches.

    Dijon mustard on almost anything else (great on steak )
     
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