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As is yes good but we like a little kick so added a finely sliced hot thai chilli and instead of the read food colouring added a 1/4 cup of tomatoe sauce (for american ketchup but you may wish to use less as ketchup is usually sweeter than our Australian tomato sauce or use less sugar and I also drained a 225gram of pineapple pieces and top up for the juice which may have given a little more pineapple than called for). Also did not have molasses so used golden syrup and a red capsicum/pepper as that is what I had. We have had this twice, the first time I used in a sweet and chilli pork and the second over crumbed fish - a versatile sweet and sour though the first time I used only 1 chilli with seed and the second time 2 (1 with seed and 1 without) but this time the chillies where a bit too bity). Thank you heartnurse2006 for a great basic sweet and sour recipe, made for Bargain Basements.

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I'mPat October 11, 2010
Sweet and Sour Sauce