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    Tone's Garlic Sriracha Seasoning Blend

    I recently bought at Sam's Club a container of Tone's brand Garlic Sriracha seasoning (29.5 oz for $7.95). So far I've used it as an addition to Memphis Dust and Huskee's rubs. I added one tablespoon to the basic recipes. At that amount it just makes a subtle change to the flavor. I wanted to be careful because this mix contains salt, along with sugar,garlic,maltodextrin,chili pepper,red pepper,citric acid,rice concentrate,paprika,vinegar, and natural flavors. I also made one of Tone's recipes for their Garlic Sriracha Dip. I thought it was very tasty. On their website they have several recipes using the Garlic Sriracha seasoning, including one for chicken. It looks like I'll be busy for quite a while finding new things to use this seasoning in.

    oldsteve

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    Cool! I like buying Tone's spices from Sam's, great deal on the mondo jugs.

    I used to add a Tbsp or two of Emeril's "Bayou Blast" to my rib rub, in fact it was in my otherwise-original recipe for it a few yrs ago. I cannot find it anymore so I just upped the chili pwd, cumin, and cayenne slightly to compensate. Adding it was what made me really lay the brown sugar on top to compensate for the spices. I have, since nixing the Emeril's, left the brown sugar since I really like how it compliments the whole ball of wax. I'll keep on the lookout for the garlic sriracha.

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      #3
      I almost bought it myself, how spicy is it?

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      • oldsteve
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        Everybody has their own idea of hot. To me it's a mellow warmth. Frank's Red Hot (mellow), Tabasco (hotter).

      #4
      Are y'all talking about Tony Chachere's??

      I found it. Never heard of Tone's, until now....

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      • _John_
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        Tone's is pretty good quality in my experience, more regional i think

      • oldsteve
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        According to their label, Tone's is distributed by ACH Food companies, Memphis, TN. I'm in California.

      #5
      I was at Sam's Club again today. It looks like all the Weber branded rubs and spices are made by ACH Food Co., along with the Tone's line of products.

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