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Hey /ck/, I'm trying to eat on a budget more this year, and am planning on making white rice & pinto bean burritos in bulk and freezing them so I can just heat up easy meals on the go for super cheap.
I want some good hot sauce to go with these burritos, but don't know many over-the-counter brands besides Tabasco & Cholula, which won't work for this. I plan on making my own hot sauces in the future, but won't be getting a food processor for another month or so.
So what are some good off-the-shelf hot suaces to go on rice & bean burritos? Any other tips for stuff that I can add to the burritos would be appreciated too.
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Last year my family did something out of the norm and deep fried a turkey ( of course we still had the backup traditional oven turkey as well). While we all agreed that the deep fried turkey was the tastier of the two, the really great part was finding other things to experimentally deep fry. Last year we did bananas, snickers, ham, oreos, string cheese and i think pickles. Any good recommendations before we do it again this year?
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Okay I've been making this sauce for my burgers for the last 29 years of my life, I call it Quinky Sauce. It's just 3 parts ketchup, 2 parts Sayosauce, and 2 parts Mustard.
Anyways today we had burgers, and my daughter wouldn't eat my Quinky Sauce so I punished her by making her go to her room for a time out.
My wife get's all pissed at me for doing this, If my daughter doesn't want to eat the food we make in this house, why should I be the bad guy for punishing her?
I'm gonna continue making Burgers the way people in this family eats burgers, but I think maybe I could mild down my recipe a bit, I was wondering if you guy's had any recipe's or variation on Quinky Sauce that would be suitable for a child?