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    Lizano Sauce/Salsa

    Dib's
    Mon Dec 31, 2012 1:05 am
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    I didn't know much about Lizano Sauce until a friend returned from Costa Rica and would not shut up about it. I did a little research and found out it's a bit like "A1 meets tamarind paste" which is a little odd as you won't find either in the original recipe, or the one I found for you to try at home.

    I also found out it's addictive in a good way, and once you try it you will want more of it. So what is Lizano Sauce?

    The Lizano company proclaims, "it's like nothing you've ever tasted before." Visually, it has a light brown color and of thin composition.

    Lizano Sauce is ubiquitous on restaurant tables in its country of origin. It is commonly used with gallo pinto and tamales, and is also considered particularly complementary with eggs, rice, beans, fish, cheese, curries,steaks, chicken, burgers, and as a marinade for meat.

    Here's the recipe I found-

    Lizano-Style Salsa.
    If you try it please feel free to compare to the store bought stuff & what you would add/change. No name was attached to the original recipe.
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