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Chilli sauce

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by modelmaker, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. modelmaker

    modelmaker Lead commenter

    There'a loads of then on the market, but which cut the mustard with you? I had a customer who was exceeding kind to ensure I never left his house of an empty stomach, and the meal would invariably be a late breakfast with a selection of condiment of which he'd recommomed the Linghams Chilli sauce/
    It wasn't that bad to be honest, and I've since experimented with other brands like Frank's Chilli sauce, but to be honest, I expect I could do something just as good or better if I had the inclination. Every bone in my body is telling me I ought to be trying to but the bottle of junk at the supermarket comforts me that my time will be wasted if I tried.
    But would it be?
    Who knows how to make a killer chilli sauce? And on which occasions would you serve it?
  2. lapinrose

    lapinrose Star commenter

    I make a great chilli sauce, serve with kofta and other BBQ food.
    I also make a genuine Libyan cous-cous, very hot!!
  3. dozymare1957

    dozymare1957 Occasional commenter

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  4. the evil tokoloshe

    the evil tokoloshe New commenter

    When there was a staff canteen we used to have a bottle of 'fake' Nando's Habanero sauce, effectively the hottest they did but a pale orange colour - looked and tasted identical to Nandos one and was half the price. Great with steak and eggs. Other then that, tabasco mixed into a good ketchup is fantastic with chips.

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