Discussion in 'Cookery' started by Darth_stab, Jun 9, 2008.
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I have a bottle of Tabasco Sauce, please could you give me some recipes to use with it.
Any boil in the bag + Tabasco = Hot non descript meat with beans!!! delicious!
Smoked Oysters + tobasco + fork = Good Eats.
I prefer Red Hot myself, less heat, more flavor.
You could try some wings. I'm in the US so excuse the US measurments (its the only way I know the recipe.
1 lb Chicken Wings dredged in corn starch.
Bottle of Tobasco
1/4 Cup White Wine Vinegar
About 1/2 tsp each Powdered Garlic, Onion, ginger
1/2 to 1 lb *cold butter (depending on how hot or mild you like it)
Put the tobasco, vinegar, and spices into a saucepan and bring to boil. This mix will really clear any nasal passages!
Remove from the heat. Add the butter a few large chunks at a time while whisking. Add more butter for a milder flavor or less for hot.
Deep Fry the wings in hot oil until golden brown. Around 350-275 degrees F.
Remove excess oil from the chicken and place into a bowl. Pour the sauce over and mix until the wings are covered.
Celery and Blue Cheese Dressing are the customary accompaniments to this meal.
Add tomato juice, vodka and a splash of Worcester Sauce. Instant pick-me-up.
Heathen, you forgot the lemon juice and sherry.
Didn't The Grenadier teach you anything?
I refuse to believe that a Guardsman can teach me anything about drinking .
I meant the pub you numpty!
739 of the buggers here:
Only an Irish Guardsman can instill wisdom,my Paduin Learner.....
Irish Guardsmen are famous for their stills.
Tabasco - finely chopped onion and a dozen of the very best Whitstable's..!
Even better with shallot vinegar!
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