Poultry marinade

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Something I've been using to marinade my poultry in lately and seems to be recieved well. So Ill share.

Mix 3 parts Dale's marinade to one part 'Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce'. It is catsup red in a clear bottle with a green twist top, usually found in ethnic foods. It fills out the flavor of the Dales and adds just a little twang.
 

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I use the Sriracha with the red cap for EVERYTHING. Especially mediocre or plain jane chicken and pastas.
 
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mr_stimey said:
I use the Sriracha with the red cap for EVERYTHING. Especially mediocre or plain jane chicken and pastas.
I've never seen it with a red cap? Is there a difference? The stuff is GOOD! Potent too, if you're not into hot food it is easy to over do it.
 

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Supposedly the red cap is the "Super Hot" and instead of the chicken its got a "flying goose" on it. I never thought of why or what the differences are, but the wiki on the subject is alright, though it doesnt show the red cap version.

Its been a while since Ive had a bottle of green cap AND red cap on hand so I cant tell you what the distinct differences are, although I gotta say the red cap isnt much hotter.
 
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