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Heinz 57 Sauce, 20-Ounce Squeeze Bottle (Pack of 4)

from Heinz
4.8 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Pack of four, each bottle holds 20 ounce (total of 80 ounce)
  • Heinz 57 Sauce creates a uniquely rich flavor
  • It's also great for spreading, basting or marinating

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Product Description

With its secret blend of herbs and spices, Heinz 57 Sauce creates a uniquely rich flavor. This tangy & spicy sauce is perfect for steaks, chicken, pork and burgers. It’s also great for spreading, basting or marinating.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B001EQ5AAY
  • UPC: 013000526807
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,279 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Ingredients

Tomato Paste, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Malt Vinegar, Distilled White Vinegar, Salt, Raisin Concentrate, Mustard Flour, Soybean Oil, Turmeric, Spice, Apple Concentrate, Guar Gum, Caramel Coloring, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Natural Flavors. Allergens: Soy

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Love this stuff! IMO, it adds just the perfect *spicy tang* to so much - just about anything except stuff like lobster. Beef, pork, chicken and I throw some in with canned baked beans (awesome) and with butter or margarine on baked potatoes (awesome) and corn-on-the-cob. So many barbecue sauces out there, but this is the ONE. So I was none too happy when the local grocery store seemed to have started stocking some "designer" sauces instead of this - huh. If Heinz 57 was ever not made, I would be combing the 'net for a copycat recipe.

So I went straight to Amazon, and am REALLY enjoying my stash of the '57 - didn't even know it was sold in these bigger sizes, but LOL it's a glorious thing. It even covers up the taste of some bitterness in brussel sprouts or greens - helps with those wholesome veggies! Just finger-licking-good and thanks Amazon! No problems w. my shipment or freshness (: I am going to try mixing it with honey or maybe some orange flavoring too.....
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I know, I know: "real" restaurants frown upon this. You can't even get it at Outback, at least not around where I live. They consider it more like cheap condiment than real steak sauce. But I like it; it's got a tad of zing, and it goes with so much more than just meat. You can add some more heat if you want - just stir in what you want. I say sauce the way you want to. This quantity and size of bottles is the only way to go, and it compares very favorably to supermarket prices, given no tax or shipping.
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Heinz 57 is a long-time favorite of mine. I always found it funny that they call it a steak sauce. Steak is about the only food I *don't* use this sauce on. It's great for french fries, tater tots, chicken, fish sticks, burgers, and pork chops. Below are a few of my favorite ways to use Heinz 57:

* Mix 1/2 Heinz 57 and 1/2 ranch dressing for a great dipping sauce for veggies, kind of like thousand island, but tangier
* Mix melted margarine (never butter!) with Heinz 57 for one of the best wing sauces ever. Add your favorite hot sauce for more heat, but the pure mix is just about perfect and reminiscent of the infamous Buffalo Joe's in the Chicago area. You can add garlic powder and onion powder to taste, too.
* Put a touch of Heinz 57 in your scrambled eggs or omelet before you cook the eggs. Adds a nice flavor, almost as if they've been scrambled with veggies.

The plastic squeeze bottles are the best way to go, too. It makes it easy to get the sauce out, for whatever purpose. I don't buy it in glass anymore.
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For us ketchup is for french fries, perfect blend of potato with sweetness. A-1 sauce is very spicy and just overwhelming except when needing to spice up a lower end cut of beef. Heinz 57 sauce is somewhere between boring and too spicy. We mix it in hamburger meat, stuffed green peppers and like just a tad with a good juicy pork chop. We mix it with other ingredients for killer chicken wings that are not so hot you can't have a tasty experience. We like the new squeeze bottle, gets every drop out.
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Well, it's a steak sauce, so what's to say? I've always like Heinz 57 for its tart and complex taste, but some people might not, so it's subjective (surprise!). I'll say that this deal (4 x 20 ounce bottles) for around $22 is a great price. My local grocery stores charge about $5-6 for ONE 10 ounce bottle. If it takes you a long time to go through 4 large bottles, give one away to a friend who shares your taste. You'll still come out ahead!
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I absolutely love this sauce on a chicken breast 'burger'. Grill a split chicken breast and toast a hamburger bun. Use the Heinz 57 sauce on each side of the bun. Serve with your favorite 'burger' toppings. I love lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle. I will also dice a fresh jalapeno that has been cooked in the microwave for about a minute.(do not forget to cut the stem off the jalapeno first or it will catch fire in the microwave oven). I don't think that I have ever used Heinz 57 on steak though.
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This is good tasting Heinz 57 sauce. I liked it at the time but my wife and I have moved away from HFC and the types of preservatives in foods such as this. I just wish it weren't so tempting! It's good!!!
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Great flavor either as is or add to Heinz Ketchup or your favorite BBQ sauce/marinade for an added zing. Excellent as a dipping sauce for tenders, fries, OR's, fish & chips, etc. Great on burgers, dogs, chicken or beef cheese steaks, grilled sausage, brats, even breakfast sausage patties...
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