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When a recipe calls for 'chili sauce,' what do you use?

Jjjr | Apr 13, 201205:33 PM     127

Just a question out of curiousity.

Whenever I see a recipe that calls for 'chili sauce,' I get a little annoyed because of the ambiguity. There are so many different brands and variations of things of varying flavor/potency/consistency ect.. that could all be technically consider a chili sauce.

What do you consider 'chili suace,' when called for in a recipe?

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