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hotwhelz
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PostPosted: Jun 30 2008    Post subject: Sweet Baby Rays help Reply with quote

My wife picked up a couple of large bottles of Sweet Baby Rays sauce at Costco yesterday and I was hoping that someone could give me some suggestions as to what and how much to add to it. I would like it a little spicier but not too hot. Just maybe a little bite to it.
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mhoodnc
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PostPosted: Jun 30 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

Add some NC vinegar based sauce

or vinegar with some red pepper.

We have a chef in the neighborhood, he buys a local NC vinegar based product and does it 1/2 and 1/2 w/SB Rays for wings, I call it cheating(he's a chef for Christ sakes), he calls it creative.
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PostPosted: Jun 30 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sri Racha........... You will not be sorry!


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hotwhelz
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PostPosted: Jul 01 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks guys. I think I will try the Sri Racha first since I keep that stuff on hand.
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RKB
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PostPosted: Jul 24 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

Huy Fong Foods also makes a Chili Garlic sauce that IMHO is better than SriRacha.
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PostPosted: Aug 30 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

Late reply, but just add dried cayenne or chipotle pepper until you find your taste preference; be aware that the ultimate taste and spiciness of your sauce will be dictated by the temperature that you will serve it at. Season it with pepper when it is at the temp you intend to serve it at (hot, chilled, or room temp). By the way, as someone suggested, Sriracha is another good alternative.
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