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Old 05-05-2006, 12:05 PM   #11
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The condiment that I like the most is thai sweet chili sauce (Mae Ploy Brand). I use it as a dipping sauce with a lot of things I make.
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Oh me too! I love sweet chili garlic sauce. I use it a lot. I also really like Sriracha sauce, chee hou sauce, miso, fish and oyster sauce, and bulgogi sauce.

My fridge is stocked to the brim with condiments. I love them.
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Old 05-07-2006, 10:36 AM   #12
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Yakuta, I just tried your recipe.bought the chilli yesterday and prepared it today, turned out great, DH can't wait for dinner.Thanks a lot.I also love the sweet chilli sauce and always have some. When I am being lazy, I like to fry prawns in oil, onions and garlic, serve it with rice and thenn put some sweet chilli sauce when serving.Yummy.
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Old 09-11-2007, 06:45 PM   #13
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Yes! I like the Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce for Chicken - especially good when you buy BBQ chicken from the store and just dip the meat in it. I also like Sambal Olek, a pungent chilli paste in most of my cooking.
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Old 09-11-2007, 07:05 PM   #14
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Sweet Chili Sauce, Sambal Oelek (or it's sister chili garlic paste), nam pla (Thai fish sauce), hoison sauce, oyster sauce, soy sauce (dark, light, & mushroom), Hot dumpling sauce (really just a commercial version of sauce you can easily make yourself, but which is nice to have on hand), different varieties of hot pepper sauces, tahini - gosh, my fridge & pantry are chock full of stuff; I'm sure I've left a lot out.
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Old 11-16-2007, 12:51 AM   #15
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Yes! I like the Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce for Chicken - especially good when you buy BBQ chicken from the store and just dip the meat in it. I also like Sambal Olek, a pungent chilli paste in most of my cooking.
Ok, I'm just a dumb cook, and don't know what ACETIC ACID is. What is it? LoL
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Old 11-16-2007, 04:47 AM   #16
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I really like turkish spreads. Feta cheese mixed with any combination of stuff - my favorite being sun-dried tomatoes and garlic or eggplant (aubergine) spread.
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Ok, I'm just a dumb cook, and don't know what ACETIC ACID is. What is it? LoL
it`s Oxidised Ethanol (booze) commonly known as Vinegar
and by the Color I would say it`s a Malt Vinegar.
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Old 11-16-2007, 05:21 AM   #18
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Thanks YT :-) I guess it's the color that threw me. :-)
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now THIS is the real deal





there`s enough in here that when diluted into 10 litres of water it will make the 5% strength you can buy in the shops
but as it Is in the bottle it`s a totally different Beast, and burn your flesh off and the Smell when you open the top will have you coughing for a good while, it`s quite flammable too.

*sigh* the stuff a guy has to use to make a good Chili sauce
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Old 11-16-2007, 06:57 AM   #20
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also, if you like steak sauce, try hp brand (pronounced haich pee).
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pronouced 'aitch pee', drop the heavy 'h' and you've got it BT

I adore all sorts of condiments. I'm lviong the huge resurgence of unusual chutneys and pickles in UK over the last few years.

My very favourite thing though is mango chutney in a ham sandwich. I love lime pickle my itself on a cracker: I guess I'm having an indian condiment phase.

The one I HATE most is the Italian mostarda....it looks so beautiful it tasts like wasabi on acid.
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