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Sweet Chili Sauce

Friday, February 01, 2013

I remember my mom buying this stuff years ago. Mainly she poured it on chicken(fish or pork) and baked in the oven.

This chili sauce is very mild. It looks like it would really pack a kick, but it is much more mild than you would think.

I saw it at the store the other day and bought a bottle.

So far I have used it for basting my baked tofu and last night I put a little bit on my baked sweet potato...both were excellent!

I also added a little bit to some fat free cottage cheese and spread on a Wasa cracker. That was good too. Fat Free Cottage cheese can be a little bit bland and it gave it a bit more flavor.

2 Tablespoons = 30 calories



Has anyone else used this sweet chili sauce? If so, what do you put it on?
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  • SKINNIESOMEDAY
    this is a wonderful ideal..... I have been looking for a new way to spice up veggies and such so thanks so much for this !! I will look for it for sure !


    Christine
    1673 days ago
  • 1GROVES2
    I have never tried that brand, but I used to get the Heitz and use it instead of ketchup on burgers, fries and meatloaf...never thought about using it as a dip for crackers or any of these things...but I may just have to try it.
    Thanks for these suggestions.
    :)
    1751 days ago
  • BOPPY_
    I buy and use all kinds of sauces. Heavy on the hot peppers, garlic, ginger, and other spices, with little, if any sugar, and oils. Thai, Italian, Chinese. Pepperoncini, Crushed Red Pepper, Garlic Pepper, ... Hot Chinese Mustard, Wasabi, Wasabi Mustard, Horseradish, Soy Sauce (low salt). Also, low on tomatoes (not a big fan of cooked tomatoes -- I know, I'm weird ;-))

    I use them on skinless chicken breasts, lean pork (preferably BBQed), and winter squashes. Occasionally, with beef and ham, if with leftovers, or low fat cheese sticks.

    See, until, I started losing weight, we never had leftovers (in 41 years). :-| (strange but strange.)

    I also eat a lot of fish, but I use citrus zest, and juice, garlic, ginger, and green chili sauce (homemade concoctions) on that.

    Lee
    1754 days ago
  • SIMONEKP
    chicken and fish mostly
    1762 days ago
  • ITCANBEDUN
    Haven't never seen this before. I buy one made by Frank's Hot Sauce that is good. Great blog. emoticon
    1775 days ago
  • GAYEMC
    I love this stuff! Great with rice and stir fry.
    1777 days ago
  • LOSER05
    looks good
    1778 days ago
  • MZZCHIEF
    Good idea... sometimes I do that with BBQ sauce or mustard.

    : )
    Mzzchief
    1778 days ago
  • BOOKWORM27S
    It sounds good! Is it high in sodium and sugar?
    1778 days ago
  • LIBBYL1
    will have to try now...
    1779 days ago
  • JOHNSONZ
    I love this stuff.
    I add on triscuits as a snack.
    1779 days ago
  • PHEBESS
    Love it for dipping just about anything - fish, chicken, vegs, chips.....
    1779 days ago
  • OLIVIANIGHT
    I started adding a wee bit of chilli to most things and it really brings the flavour out without being too spicy.
    1779 days ago
  • DOLPHINSINGER72
    Never used it before. I might have to now though. It looks yum. I am a little obsessed with chili. Thank you for the suggestion.
    1779 days ago
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