What's /ck/s favorite dipping sauce? What's your favorite thing to dip in said dipping sauce?
Chicken + Ranch = God tier
I love dipping onion rings in ranch
Chipotle ketchup is bretty good with onion rings or fries, otherwise honey mustard for muh tendies
>Big spoonful of ketchup
>Big spoonful of Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce
>half a spoonful of mustard
>half a spoonful of mayo
Great for fries as well as great to put on hamburgers or hotdogs.
>A tiny bit of tobasco
Great for sea food.
There is also Campfire sauce from Red Robin's, which my sister in law home makes pretty well and tastes delicious.
This guy knows
Nothing like some buffalo wings with blue cheese dressing
Roquefort with endives sauce
french fries or fried juilienned zucchini
You mean this? Looks like mayo + ketchup, as you say. You could kick it up a notch with some sriracha though
Well, kind of. Every burger joint I go to has a slightly different version of the stuff, so I was wondering if anyone knew of a solid way to make it at home. I think I've heard of using pickle juice or chopped pickles for some acidity.
1/2 cup buttermilk
1/2 cup sour cream
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh parsley
1 teaspoon finely chopped fresh chives
1 teaspoon finely chopped fresh dill
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon black pepper
I don't have a solid recipe, but it's usually
1 part mayonnaise
1 part ketchup
and then whatever strikes my fancy: Dijon mustard, worcestershire, raw garlic, fish sauce, soy and sesame oil, etc.
superbowl parties are growing in popularity around the world
I live in australia and tons of bars are advertising their superbowl events, even though it airs at like 10am local time
good job with the cultural imperialism
there's a few of us here who like it. the upside is that either people give no shits, or they're really into it, so you don't have to deal with people who watch the super bowl just for the "party"
White sauces (not too thick). i.e. mix a blonde roux with chicken stock. Then add some other flavours to it, i.e. finely diced onions, mushrooms, etc. then have that over chips with bacon crumble
Who /neverlikedranch/ here?
Inb4 yuropoor, I'm an American thru and thru
But I never got why people thought it was so good. I'm the type of nigga to eat his salads with olive oil and vinegar instead of some ranch bullshit
Ps: for fries, next time try 1 part mayo and 3 parts ketchup. Gives some balance to your usual ketchup
its an excuse to stay up late and drink beer and eat fried food and watch heavily armoured dindus give each other concussions
whats not to like? even if i dont understand half of what is going on
I hate ranch. I think it tastes like sour milk shit. My sister and cousins used to get ranch rashes when they were younger so apparently there's some allergy to it, as well.
I like buffalo sauce, though. And a good BBQ sauce that blends sweet and hot. There's also this irish tomato sauce that's pretty good on burgers and stuff.
I forgot to mention the king of sauces- shiito. If you ever come in contact with west Africans you will probably know this stuff. Its good on rice, on fish, on plantains, on french fries, and really most other meats and starches.
As a European I like slathering anything in mayo
i looked through this whole thread, and i guess im the only one that dips everything in this
this varies quite a lot but i really like mayo mixed with ketchup and ketchup mixed with hot sauce, pic related it's the hotsauce i like to mix with ketchup. these works well with fries.
Yeah because in the first world it is called a Marie-Rose sauce and has done long before the special snowflake burgerblobs decided, yet again, to take something and rename it while claiming the renamed version is the original.
Horrible nation filled with horrible people.
There is a Mexican restaurant near here that serves chips to ever table as an appetizer. They are served with a good tomato based salsa, and something they just call Mexican Ranch. Looks like ranch, but mid-range spicy, quite hot. It may be nothing more than ranch with spices added in, but it is glorious.
>yfw you know there is no better sauce to put on your eggs.
Listen Eurofam, i thought ranch was meme too until i went to the US.
Ranch as a dressing on salads and sandwiches is god tier my friend and i hope you will one day overcome the EU brainwashing i once fed into myself. That day your mind will be blown.
If it will have chunks, then "Thousand Island Dressing" is the American name for it. It is officially made with "chili sauce" instead of ketchup. The original, original recipe had diced boiled egg, not the chopped gherkins of today.
I went to a restaurant with a friend in Portland and he got fries but it came with this...red sauce, it tasted like BEANS but it looked like some sort of combination between ketchup and siracha. It was so delicious does anyone know what I'm talking about?
Salt + Pepper and this on Chips from the local chippy
What is the English for sauce Hannibal? Is there a burger/brit equivalent? Because I love that on my fries
I also really enjoy crystal ketchup on occasion, but only if I am making more cajun style chicken
spicy vinegar desu
tastes good as fuck tho
Hijacking the thread because it's semi related, but how do you go about making crispy fries in the oven?? I parboiled russet potatoes cut french fry style and dabbed it with some paper towels. i laid them on a foil and drizzled olive oil, paprika, sea salt and a little bit of coarse ground pepper and it came out limp and soggy.
When I was in Germany about 10 years ago I had some sort of curry ketchup that was fucking amazing and haven't ever had anything like it since. It may not even have been curry, my mind may have just transposed things. Whatever it was though, it was magical.
Greasy foods don't settle right with me. I've tried different oils but I honestly feel nauseous and makes the inside of my skin itchy.. I also don't know what to do with the used oil afterwards.
Dunno if it already has a name, but here's the recipe:
-half squeezed lemon
-coriander seeds (ground, I put about one spoon)
-a spoon or two olive oil
-a bit of rosemary and oregano
then you mix that together and pour it over some diced salted garlic.
or you can cook the garlic in some olive oil first and then add the rest of the stuff to make a pasta sauce.
I like to dip fried squid in it or put it in my sandwich.
Anyone who dips their fries in a Wendy's Frosty should be shot on the spot
I worked with a guy who did that. He was legitimately schizophrenic. He would also snap at people in the office. He lasted 1 year before being fired.
And thats what happens when you dip your fries in ice cream drinks.
i can appreciate sweet and salty, but that shit is just retarded, Ive tried it, it's like going to the fountain drink thing and making a suicide soda with everything available
>hurp is the flavor profile too complex for you plebXD
Well you better bust out your high capacity clippazines there Skeeter because I dip my burgers in them too
Sweet Chilli on any fried meat... chicken, shrimp, pork. Aw yes.
Ketchup on everything.
My favorite thing to dip
is hamburgers topped/dripping with more ketchup.
A close second would be a steak dipped in ketchup/A1 mix
Anon, newspaper is good at absorbing oils and I'm pretty sure the ink they use is a special vegetable ink.. they use newspaper to line bird cages which have extremely sensitive respiratory systems.