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Dipping sauce for pigs in a blanket?

HungryRubia Sep 5, 2008 05:07 PM

I know usually some type of mustard is in order...any other ideas?

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  1. jfood RE: HungryRubia Sep 5, 2008 05:43 PM

    Yup, yellow mustard or brown mustard or whole grain mustard or horseradish in mustard...

    Rememeber the scene in Forest Gump when Bubba described all the shrimp recipes, same concept as long as the word mustard appears. :-))

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      Pampatz RE: HungryRubia Sep 5, 2008 06:08 PM

      Mustard, yes, very traditional. In the south we make cocktail sausages in a mixture of 1/2 grape jelly and 1/2 BBQ sauce heated in a crockpot. Sounds awful but it's really pretty tasty.

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        vttp926 RE: HungryRubia Sep 5, 2008 06:50 PM

        i like honey mustard and ketchup for my pigs in the blanket. sometimes i mix a bit of sirracha into the ketchup for a bit of spicyness.

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          FriedClamFanatic RE: HungryRubia Sep 5, 2008 07:12 PM

          for something a little different, try a mix of Hoisin Sauce, Mirin (found in the Asian Food section of most supermarkets), soy, sliced green onions and garlic. If you like spicy, add some Sriracha; if you'd like it slightly sweet, add some crushed pineapple.

          Or both

          1. Quine RE: HungryRubia Sep 5, 2008 07:13 PM

            Ya know, as much as I don't do sweets....at parties where PIB appear...a sweet duck sauce ( see if Saucy Susan is on the grocer shelf) type of thing works really well.

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              Davwud RE: Quine Sep 5, 2008 07:21 PM

              I usually just mix ketchup and mustard and occasionally mayo. Srirachi or course if I want to boost the octane on it.

              DT

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