I think that’s from Kentucky Fried Movie.
It’s also a key ingredient in my BBQ sauce.
1 1/2 cup ketchup
4 tsp. Tabasco sauce
3 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
2 tblsp. Good mustard
1/2 cup Jack Daniels whiskey
14 drops liquid smoke (mesquite)
4 heaping tlbsp dark brown sugar
2 lg clove garlic, minced very fine
3 tlbsp finely minced onion
1 1/2 tsp. Black pepper
½ tsp. Salt
Mix, bring to boil, simmer 15 minutes. Taste & adjust. Makes about 2+ cups. Best on chicken & pork. Apply to meat during last 10 minutes on the grill or to add flavor to foods
Holy shit that sounds good! You had me at Tabasco sauce and brought me home with whiskey! I know what I’m making this weekend!
Let me know how you like it.
Measurements are very adjustable of course.
I rarely actually measure things closely except if making baked breads.
I ‘whir’ it up with one of those stick blender things after cooking it and usually taste the whiskey to assure it’s still fresh.
For me, anaphylaxis
That’s not what she said.
I shall… lol… you cook like I do. A little liquor for the dish, a little liquor for me… and everything is better with liquor - either in the dish or in me, it don’t matter
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Ketchup serves to add flavor in my Mom’s homemade meatloaf recipe. And it’s just a bit of art when it’s lightly squirted across the top before baking! Yummy!
That sounds really good. Gonna give ‘er a try, thanks!
Big Ketchup would like to have a word…
I won’t do the little green onions, but Goddamned those look delicious!
Corndogs should always have a squirt of both mustard and ketchup to twist in. Hotdogs if dressed with sweet relish and french’s yellow should have a bit of heinz to accentuate the sweet. If dressed with sauerkraut and mustard than no ketchup; that would be wrong. Fishsticks with ketchup are pretty good because like tartar sauce, it makes the salt, acid, fat trifecta plus sweet. Add some tabasco and no longer so sweet. Which is why ketchup is such an ubiquitous and popular condiment. Oh and why has no one mentioned overcooked eggs?
My aunt showed me how to use ketchup to clean copper pans. Shhhh.
Have you tried jalapeno ketchup? Yum!