This was pretty good with our Tater Tot Casserole. I used on the tots rather than ketchup and the sauce has a nice sweet zip to it. Next time I will decrease the heat a little since my tastebuds are whimpy!! Made for Football Pool 2010 Conference Championship.
I'm sorry to say this was just okay for us. Was not bad we just thought the mayo overwhelmed the taste. Made this morning, maybe it needs to be refrigerated overnight, will try it again tomorrow. Made for Football Pool 2010 Conference championship.
Absolutely feel passionate about this little diddy of a recipe! A simple, ( but not simplistic taste) sauce that magnifies what ever you decide to accompany with it. In our case, I used some fresh shrimp, peeled them and dipped them right into the sauce. I had everything on hand, and didn't change anything. I did however; use the full amount of Tabasco sauce, but the mayonnaise, ketchup, and pineapple juice really do deflect any amount of heat that would come about. I hollowed out a small onion (peeling off all but the outer two layers of the onion wall) filling the onion inside with this sauce. This made a great little dish for dipping. Perfect with seafood, chicken, (as the previous reviewer suggests) and pizza as our author suggests. I suggest just putting in your thumb, and dipping from there. (although double dipping in this case may be considered in very bad manners). Go ahead, this will make your day, try it and see. Thank you twissis! Made for your Super bowl win February 2009.
Used but half of the Tabasco sauce suggested, & that was enough for my taste buds! Then I did a little bit of dipping (which was fine) before brushing some of it on top of several chicken breasts before baking them ~ Now THAT WAS OUTSTANDING! A very nice & very versatile sauce! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Please Review My Recipe cooking game]