This recipe was featured on "Food 911" with Tyler Florence. I love a good, spicy Bloody Mary and this "fits the bill"! He recommends you use a vegetable juice that is thicker than just plan tomato juice.
This recipe was found on foodnetwork.ca. This is the first chili dog sauce that I have tried. I found it a little sweet (as a lot of the reviewers stated) and had to tweak it. I think it is due to using ketchup as it has a lot of sugar. I added an additional teaspoon of chili powder, three dashes of Worcestershire sauce, a 1/4 teaspoon of red chili flakes and approximately 1 teaspoon of hot sauce. The weird thing was that I couldn't taste it much once on a bun with a BBQ wiener. Is it my taste buds? In the pan, it was tasty :D
This is soooo good! I have made this 3 or 4 times now, so have adjusted it to our liking. I use 1 lb. of shrimp instead of the 1/2 lb, and green onion instead of the shallots. You can use green cabbage or Bok Choy instead of the Napa cabbage if you can't find it. Use your imagination, I have added diced red pepper, bean sprouts (at the end for some crunch.) If snap peas or snow peas are in season, I use them instead of the peas. I think some chopped cashews on top instead of the peanuts would be good as well. This is from Food Network, Tyler Florence. Hope you enjoy!
Adapted from a recipe by Tyler Florence in _Stirring the Pot_, as published at http://tinyurl.com/deb7f5 Original recipe calls for brioche; I put the challah first to get reasonable nutritional information (brioche is not in the database).
I saw this on an episode of Tyler's Ultimate. Definitely a twist on mashed potatoes - you boil the potatoes in milk/cream instead of water, then use the liquid when mashing. Curious to see if this would work with buttermilk to save some calories. Can't wait to try it!
Courtesy of Tyler Florence from Tyler's Ultimate. These looked and sounded so good that I posted this for all to share. June 10/2009 - we keep on making these and here are some of the ideas. We grilled the onions instead of caramelizing them on the stove, added Dijon mustard to the herbed mayo & added it with the scallions & chopped-up parsley & also, added Cheddar both white & sharp (added a nice kick)!