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    Hand-cut fries with spicy Sriracha ketchup

    Made some hand-cut fries the other day with some Sriracha ketchup. Got the idea when I went to Whataburger and tried there spicy ketchup. It really was not that spicy, so I decided to make some at home with some Sriracha, now that was spicy! Here are some pics:

















    I wrote a story with more pics and a recipe here.
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    You had me at sriracha, yum

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    try mixing banana ketchup, kewpie, and chili garlic sauce

    or generic grocery store brand ketchup with truffle oil!

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    Hecks yea, That looks Great.

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    Blue basket and all - looks delicious - where's the car hop girl?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    You had me at sriracha, yum
    he had me a Whataburger. first stop i ever make when i visit my family in texas.

    and Sirachia. have you guys ever tried the "shark brand" from thailand? dayum good! i got a bottle of medium and a bottle of "strong". i havent touch the US made rooster sauce since.

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    Been playing around with making sriracha at work. First try homemade was much different than store bought, but really tasty. We've been trying different chilies, and this is a really versatile sauce. I'll have to make tater tots and sriracha ketchup soon, maybe staff meal.

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    You cooking, and photography are great!

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    Yeah, that ketchup has me drooling.

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    Those fries look great, I really like baking them off like that. I'll have to try the parchment paper next time, that's a great idea.

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