Franks redhot buffalo sauce - 74p instore @ ASDA
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Franks redhot buffalo sauce - 74p instore @ ASDA

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Found 15th May 2014
Don't know weather it's nationwide but just picked some up at asda Tipton in Sandwell . Hot stuff.

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At last it seems we are embracing buffalo sauce.Have it in florida every year and when you mention that until recently you couldn't get it in England they look at you as if you have stood in something.Always bring home Moores buffalo sauce in my suitcase,sad but true heat added

Bought a 3ltr tub of this recently on Amazon. It's great when mixed with melted butter first ( that's how they recommend it be used )

jessiechops

At last it seems we are embracing buffalo sauce.Have it in florida every … At last it seems we are embracing buffalo sauce.Have it in florida every year and when you mention that until recently you couldn't get it in England they look at you as if you have stood in something.Always bring home Moores buffalo sauce in my suitcase,sad but true heat added

seeing as your experienced with the sauce, any good as a marinate?

Keep an eye out on Amazon for this.......I was lucky enough to get 6 bottles for £1.61 delivered (I bought 2 lots!!) last August after seeing it on here! The same seller is now selling packs of 6 for £16.99 :-).

AR2012

seeing as your experienced with the sauce, any good as a marinate?



The way it's served in the usa is boneless breaded /battered chicken bites, smothered in the. buffalo sauce accompanied with blue cheese dip,ranch sauce and sometimes garlic mayo with usually celery. The best place I have had them so far is Lonestar steak house followed by Chilis, which you can get big mouth burger bites on a three for 10 dollars,wash it down with a Presidente top shelf Margarita mmmmmmmmmmmm I'm am now drooling

Yeh I had the 6 bottle deal also, was wondering if it's best as marinade or adding to curry, any ideas

Edited by: "Typey1" 15th May 2014

AR2012

seeing as your experienced with the sauce, any good as a marinate?



I have replied with a text that has gone to moderation? I mentioned alcohol to accompany your meal in a restaurant and also mentioned the restaurants I have them in Florida

Sounds darn good

Oooo jessiechops you have made my mouth water... :-D

OOOOH

Must resist!!!

To hell with It Ill stock up haha

Since people looking at this are likely to be fans of buffalo sauce - here's a recipe of mine!
Cook shredded chicken, red onions, celery, garlic and frank's sauce. Mix with penne pasta and a cheesy sauce. Top with breadcrumbs and crumbled blue cheese. Put in the oven for half an hour.
Edited by: "fadeaway" 15th May 2014

Grabbed some of this in Stafford today myself, they also had those pureety marinades for 20p:

pureety.com/abo…es/

jessiechops

The way it's served in the usa is boneless breaded /battered chicken … The way it's served in the usa is boneless breaded /battered chicken bites, smothered in the. buffalo sauce accompanied with blue cheese dip,ranch sauce and sometimes garlic mayo with usually celery. The best place I have had them so far is Lonestar steak house followed by Chilis, which you can get big mouth burger bites on a three for 10 dollars,wash it down with a Presidente top shelf Margarita mmmmmmmmmmmm I'm am now drooling



Sounds good, but I get some wing, coat them in plain flour, salt, pepper, chili powder and a couple of pinches of garlic powder, deep fry for approx 10 mins, then cover in a 50/50 mix of this sauce and melted butter........heart attack in a dish, but it is THE DADDY !
Edited by: "Monkeybumcheeks" 15th May 2014

euwww buffalos sauce?

Typey1

Yeh I had the 6 bottle deal also, was wondering if it's best as marinade … Yeh I had the 6 bottle deal also, was wondering if it's best as marinade or adding to curry, any ideas



I love it on cheese on toast!! Actually, I like it with pretty much anything. Haven't tried it as a marinade yet, but have just received my meat from the Musclefoods deal, so may try it on that :-)

i tell you what. thats one thing we cant get right in this country compared to our american friends - wings! i eat them twice a day when i go to the states. BoDeans in london is the nearest ive ever had to authentic hot wings :-D

Love franks its awesome my only complaint is that you can't buy a nice blue cheese dip here

I make it when I want to have buffalo tenders but it gets expensive as I don't buy blue cheese normally

how hot is this??????????????

macdazz

how hot is this??????????????



Um, it says RedHot!

(_;)

Would be good to know - I jest, but am also interested!!

fishwibbler

Um, it says RedHot!(_;)Would be good to know - I jest, but am also … Um, it says RedHot!(_;)Would be good to know - I jest, but am also interested!!



t's not what I would call red hot!! It has a bit of a zing, is very runny & slightly acidic :-) yummy!!

nice find

Banned

WTF!!!!!!!!!!!! BBQ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Good price if you're a fan. If you're buying this as a hot sauce then you might be disappointed. It's not at all hot and has a vinegary buttery taste.

This stuff is amazing!

I think Ill need to stock up and make some more soon

fishwibbler

Um, it says RedHot!(_;)Would be good to know - I jest, but am also … Um, it says RedHot!(_;)Would be good to know - I jest, but am also interested!!


Well, I have Frank's "Red Hot" pepper sauce, which is gorgeous - a bit like Tabasco, but sweeter, and although it is delicious, it is the LEAST hot sauce I've ever had, not even as hot as Tabasco! This one is about the same level of heat as Tabasco.
Edited by: "Shoesize" 16th May 2014

Monkeybumcheeks

Sounds good, but I get some wing, coat them in plain flour, salt, pepper, … Sounds good, but I get some wing, coat them in plain flour, salt, pepper, chili powder and a couple of pinches of garlic powder, deep fry for approx 10 mins, then cover in a 50/50 mix of this sauce and melted butter........heart attack in a dish, but it is THE DADDY !


Hardly heart attack, wings are some of the leanest part of the chicken next to the breast, and the rest is ok apart from the butter, but how much of that are you putting on?? I adore melted butter, but a little can go a long way taste-wise. A 250g pack of butter lasts me a month most of the time!

Shoesize

Hardly heart attack, wings are some of the leanest part of the chicken … Hardly heart attack, wings are some of the leanest part of the chicken next to the breast, and the rest is ok apart from the butter, but how much of that are you putting on?? I adore melted butter, but a little can go a long way taste-wise. A 250g pack of butter lasts me a month most of the time!



I've just highlighted the relevant bits (_;)
Edited by: "Monkeybumcheeks" 16th May 2014

snowflake75

euwww buffalos sauce?


Yeah, it's made from liquidised buffalos, guts and all.

Monkeybumcheeks


Sure, I see 50/50, but that's the proportion, not the quantity. Also, recent studies show that butter is not all that bad for your health. Trans fats and other strangely-processed fats are a hundred times worse.

The guts are the best bit!

On that note I found tinned haggis and black pudding in Asda yesterday, had to buy some for camping this year!

Shoesize

Sure, I see 50/50, but that's the proportion, not the quantity. Also, … Sure, I see 50/50, but that's the proportion, not the quantity. Also, recent studies show that butter is not all that bad for your health. Trans fats and other strangely-processed fats are a hundred times worse.



....but the fact that the wings are deep fried in rape seed oil and I use half a bottle of wing sauce to about 80 grams of butter might not do the arteries too many favours.....I will not buy magarine or similar spreads, they're crap and doesnt taste nice at all.

I hasten to add, the wings in sauce recipe is a treat, if you ate that every week you'd be a bloater in no time X)

tek-monkey

The guts are the best bit!On that note I found tinned haggis and black … The guts are the best bit!On that note I found tinned haggis and black pudding in Asda yesterday, had to buy some for camping this year!


You tell that to some of the unadventurous idiots on Come Dine With Me, some of whom won't even eat offal!
My favourite squeamish dish: pig's trotters, snout and ears! Not even joking! They have to be slow cooked in a thick soup with the bones, to form a jelly. Mmmmmm, delicious pig jelly FTW!


Edited by: "Shoesize" 16th May 2014

....I can see where this thread may be headed......I'm out of here (_;)
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-3wBC3RS9BXk/T6VUfOr5whI/AAAAAAAABG8/EGULByvyshE/s1600/jumping-out-of-window.gif

Typey1

Yeh I had the 6 bottle deal also, was wondering if it's best as marinade … Yeh I had the 6 bottle deal also, was wondering if it's best as marinade or adding to curry, any ideas

Do not waste this by putting it in a curry. Putting it on some noodles, fine, but the magic would get buried in a curry.

For anyone with a B&M near them the Louisiana Sauce is almost the same as Frank's and it's 99p for half a litre. I bought 10 bottles and I'm still nervous it isn't enough.

Don't get the Frank's Extra Hot over the normal because it sacrifices the zingy loveliness. Get Encona or Jamaica's Pride if you want some violence in your innards.

There are several deals on at different places for nando's right now . I have a sweet tooth though - so any ideas which flavours would be sweet please?
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