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Unread 09-14-2008, 02:04 PM   #1
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Default Louisiana Cajun Chef Versus Franks Red Hot

I am in the middle of an important project here and have perfected a flour dust for my deep fried chickens and chicken parts I am going to serve on my BBQ trailer next year and need help with a sauce.

I am not calling for recipes but I used to make a sauce out of Louisiana Cajun Chef, when I was in Texas and cannot get LCC here. I have to use Franks Original Red Hot which means I have to in turn take it down a notch in heat. Anyway the taste is off and I am sure its the Franks.

Can anyone there who has both tell me how they compare straight out of the bottle. Not from memory because thats what I am doing.

I want an opinion before I order some gallons.

I will be using TONS of this so would like to figure out what I can do other than order the stuff and ship it.
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Honestly, I have only used LCC once, didnt care for it too much. Never had Franks.

The universal for everyone I know and all where I'm from dig Louisiana hot sauce, Original. I like the flavor a lot.

Not much help with this post, though felt like speaking about good ole hot sauce.
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what is this barbecuenews,com? I was a full fledged farker a few moments ago then someone manually reduced my posts. Now I am on my way again.

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Not sure i've tried the LCC brand but Frank's is to hot???

Even my wife and kids, who don't care for heat, put that on almost everything.
Sure your not using Tobasco??
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Honestly, I have only used LCC once, didnt care for it too much. Never had Franks.

The universal for everyone I know and all where I'm from dig Louisiana hot sauce, Original. I like the flavor a lot.

Not much help with this post, though felt like speaking about good ole hot sauce.
dont get me wrong... for hot sauce I reach for Tabasco or Texas Pete on corn, peas, limas, eggs, hash browns, home fries, green bean..., etc..

but for the sake of the sauce I am making this sauce (i thought it was milder) this is the sauce that works. I am not sure why.

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Not sure i've tried the LCC brand but Frank's is to hot???

Even my wife and kids, who don't care for heat, put that on almost everything.
Sure your not using Tobasco??

Too hot for what I need to do with the sauce. For instance.,, with franks I have to step it down with butter to make a basic wing sauce.; I never had to do that with LCC.

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Try Louisianna Hot Sauce or Crystal Hot Sauce if you can find it. They're both on par with LCC. I prefer Crystal.
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Try Louisianna Hot Sauce or Crystal Hot Sauce if you can find it. They're both on par with LCC. I prefer Crystal.
really.. thats a good tip if I can get it...

I think I will order LCC and maybe compare what I have here to that. I dunno. I am in CT now.

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I like the Crystal but cant get it up here, always bring some back from Fla when we are down there.
Also if you have a Big Lots or Odd Lots store, check them for the Bullards Louisiana Supreme, usually .80 a bottle. Sometimes they have other brands too.

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^^^ Yep Yep




I do also like these sauces. They are cheap and very tasty.

I have this aswell. It was bout $4. Havent tried it yet because it was $4.... silly.. I'll try it soon.

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Yeah! thats the stuff!!! .49

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i need bulk quantites though. Gallons... these are all real good premium sauces that stand on their own.
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I googled Bulliards and found this.

I really like the flavor of this sauce. They have gallon jugs for around $17. Not sure about what your about to pay for on the other ones, but it might be worth a shot if cheaper.
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do you have a gfs near you?
or a resturant supply? cisco?
even our local walllyworld has gallons of hot sauce.
That might save you a few coins.
I Like the flavor of texas pete. very mild. Im not sure what you are trying to do with your recipe but you might be able to cut the texas pete with water to thin it down and reduce the flavor/heat. It seems like water is the biggest ingredient in most hot sauces.

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I am in the middle of an important project here and have perfected a flour dust for my deep fried chickens and chicken parts I am going to serve on my BBQ trailer next year and need help with a sauce.

I am not calling for recipes but I used to make a sauce out of Louisiana Cajun Chef, when I was in Texas and cannot get LCC here. I have to use Franks Original Red Hot which means I have to in turn take it down a notch in heat. Anyway the taste is off and I am sure its the Franks.

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I want an opinion before I order some gallons.







I will be using TONS of this so would like to figure out what I can do other than order the stuff and ship it.
If you are going to use gallons of it, you are probably going to have to order whatever sauce you use. If your recipe already is tweaked for La Cajun Chef, then why not just order that one. Here is a link if it helps any.


http://underbid.com/action/display/i...167512200.html
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I googled Bulliards and found this.

I really like the flavor of this sauce. They have gallon jugs for around $17. Not sure about what your about to pay for on the other ones, but it might be worth a shot if cheaper.
17 is about right lcc is same price

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If you are going to use gallons of it, you are probably going to have to order whatever sauce you use. If your recipe already is tweaked for La Cajun Chef, then why not just order that one. Here is a link if it helps any.


http://underbid.com/action/display/i...167512200.html
I think thats what I am gonna have to do.

whoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa hold on nelly is that price right.... thats a good price for a gallon. MY god! No wonder I used it. 7 bucks.

thanks so much
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