Condiment Of Choice

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  • Fizzog 14 Feb 2009 01:31:22 4,108 posts
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    Since early December I've been utterly addicted to American style yellow mustard, I've had it with pretty much every savory meal up until this week when I've swapped to the wonderfully named Sainsburys Fruity Sauce which is indescribably delicious!

    What's everyone's condiment of choice?
  • BillMurray 14 Feb 2009 01:51:22 7,706 posts
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    Mayo is a favourite of mine to go with chips but I definitely need to broaden my horizons, condiment wise.

    American style yellow mustard is really good though.
  • Syrette 14 Feb 2009 01:56:43 43,359 posts
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    Good old Colmans/equivalent.

  • Red-Moose 14 Feb 2009 02:17:37 5,346 posts
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    Wholegrain Mustard. Any brand as long as it's by the bucket.
  • Khanivor 14 Feb 2009 02:17:39 40,579 posts
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    French's mustard FTW!
  • Deleted user 14 February 2009 09:31:59
    Decent wholegrain mustard FTW. Excellent with a little mayo in cheese, ham and tomato sandwiches. French's Mustard great for sandwiches and hot dogs too :)

    Bacon sandwiches need brown sauce though.

    Also, I find the vast majority of the food I cook for dinner is served well by a squeeze of lemon at the end.
  • Jeepers 14 Feb 2009 09:35:51 13,175 posts
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    Tartar sauce. Can't get enough of the stuff.
  • Deleted user 15 February 2009 15:36:47
    I love Tabasco sauce.
  • PinkSpider 15 Feb 2009 15:37:41 3,346 posts
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    Seasoning Salt/ American Chip Spice. Apparently a northern delicacy. A mix of salt, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder and msg. Mmmmmm.

    That and hot sauce, the hotter the better. On everything.
  • EddieBear 15 Feb 2009 15:38:05 560 posts
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    Red Moose wrote:
    Wholegrain Mustard. Any brand as long as it's by the bucket.

    This man knows his condiments.
  • Lukus 15 Feb 2009 15:38:46 19,053 posts
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    Brown sauce for most meats, with or without gravy. Mayo for sandwiches and chips. Sweet Chilli an optional extra for all of the above.

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  • JoeBlade 15 Feb 2009 15:42:02 2,525 posts
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    Assorted spicy sauces; e.g. olive oil with chilies, tabasco or chili & garlic sauce. I really ought to cut down on that stuff :(
  • absolutezero 15 Feb 2009 15:44:00 7,956 posts
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    Salad Cream is the king of sauces.
  • jellyhead 15 Feb 2009 15:53:47 24,350 posts
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    HP Sauce, Nando Peri Peri ketchuip when i can find it, black pepper, white pepper, more pepper or any of the mixes like the American Spice one PinkSpider mentioned, curry sauce on nearly everything else. French's American mustard now and then and never, ever, ever, ever Mayonnaise.

    / gags just typing the word

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  • Deleted user 15 February 2009 15:55:09
    Why does the mayonnaise in McDonald's taste so different to Helman's etc.?
  • Aretak 15 Feb 2009 15:56:04 10,351 posts
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    dangerpuss wrote:
    Why does the mayonnaise in McDonald's taste so different to Helman's etc.?
    You don't want to know.
  • jellyhead 15 Feb 2009 15:57:27 24,350 posts
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    It contains slightly more "wrong" than the other brands. Only slightly though.
    Either that or it isn't actually Mayonnaise just a white sauce with flavourings.

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  • Deleted user 15 February 2009 15:58:40
    I checked apparently I was referring to a special "Sandwich sauce" they use just for the McChicken Sandwich. They use Hellman's Extra Light otherwise.
  • Deleted user 15 February 2009 16:01:40
    Garlic (does that count?) If not... Dijon mustard!
  • Deleted user 15 February 2009 16:02:55
    No one has mentioned salt yet.
  • jellyhead 15 Feb 2009 16:12:29 24,350 posts
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    PinkSpider did. I rarely put salt on my food nowadays but i do like to have some now and then.

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  • jonsaan 15 Feb 2009 16:15:14 25,342 posts
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    Roast pork is in the oven and I've just knocked up some apple sauce.

    FCUTA!

  • BillMurray 15 Feb 2009 16:17:43 7,706 posts
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    I've already mentioned mayo, but better yet garlic mayo!
  • danathjo 15 Feb 2009 16:21:50 7,348 posts
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    Maggi make a great chilli/garlic sauce, looks cheap but tastes so goood! Even better is to mix it with seafood sauce or tartar.

    Some good ol Aussie chicken salt is brill on hot chips too (sounds similair to Pinkspiders American salt though)
  • Deleted user 15 February 2009 16:22:25
    Garlic*blank* > *blank*
  • DaisyD 15 Feb 2009 16:26:34 11,818 posts
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    I'm quite partial to Banana Ketchup (which doesn't taste like bananas btw) or a splatter of creole pepper sauce, even if it is hotter than the hottest hot pepper sauce.
  • danathjo 15 Feb 2009 16:28:20 7,348 posts
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    too true...eating half cloves of it now with my marinated chilli olives :)
  • DaisyD 15 Feb 2009 16:28:49 11,818 posts
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    PinkSpider wrote:
    Seasoning Salt/ American Chip Spice. Apparently a northern delicacy. A mix of salt, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder and msg. Mmmmmm.

    That and hot sauce, the hotter the better. On everything.

    I have Braai Salt. Is that the same kind of thing?
  • danathjo 15 Feb 2009 16:30:54 7,348 posts
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    on hot sauce...anyone found a better one than Econa? Haven't tried to many after i found it apart from tabasco which i think doesn't have enough taste in the hotness/taste ratio
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