I love just putting the ‘usual’ condiments on my burgers. My favorite is mayonnaise. If find that odd since I definitely did not grow up a mayo fan. Sometimes though, I need a little kick to my burger. Since I absolutely love Fire-Eater seasoning, I knew it would find its way into this nice creamy, but a bit spicy, Fire-Eater burger sauce.
If you don’t have Sriracha on hand (???), then you can certainly substitute your favorite hot sauce, from the mild to the wild. Oh, and yes, this sauce is also fantastic on sandwiches or wraps. And now that I ponder it more, I bet it would be great on grilled chicken wings. I’m gonna try that next!
Also check out my version of Nancy’s Special Burger Sauce, copycat Smashburger Sauce, or another one of my seriously spicy favorites, 18000 Island sauce.
Fire-Eater Burger Sauce
Servings 4 servings
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise
- 1 tablespoon ketchup
- 1 tablespoon chili paste Sambal Oelek
- 2 tablespoons Fire Eater seasoning
- 3/4 teaspoon Sriracha
Baby potatoes have such a wonderful creamy sweetness to them. I love them roasted so the skin gets just a bit crispy. They pop when you bite into them. The Char-Broil Big Easy is the perfect cooker for making a lot of things, and these Fire-Eater potatoes are one of them. Roasted potatoes hit with a nice seasoning mix that brings a little heat to offset the sweetness.
You can substitute any rub or seasoning mix you desire, but you might want to shy away from any that contain a lot of sugar which might burn in high heat. These Fire-Eater potatoes do cook quickly since they are smaller, but keep an eye on them if you do use a sweeter spice mix. For a little more mellow (but still super yummy!) potato using the Big Easy, try my roasted baby potatoes.
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Fire-Eater Potatoes on the Char-Broil Big Easy
You'll need a Big Easy Cooking Rack
fitted with 9" pie pans as shown in the picture above, or you can use a Big Easy Bunk Bed basket
lined with foil.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Fire up your Big Easy.
Place the potatoes in a large bowl.
Drizzle with just enough oil to lightly coat the potatoes.
Add the Fire-Eater seasoning and toss to coat.
Add potatoes to your Big Easy and lower into the cooker and cook until tender, 15-20 minutes depending on the size. I use a long bamboo skewer to poke the potatoes to test for doneness.
Well, my goodness me! There’s good and then there’s crazy good. These Fire-Eater Saltines are definitely crazy good. A good healthy amount of spicy kick on a crunchy yummy cracker. That’s all you’ll need, trust me. Yes, you could slather a bit of cream cheese on them too, but I found them addicting enough just as they are.
There’s really no need to make just a single batch of Fire-Eater Saltines because a lil ole sleeve just isn’t going to be enough, that’s for sure! And if you don’t like the heat, just substitute your favorite (milder) seasoning.
Also try my lime pepper and Buffalo wing saltines.
Prep Time 8 hours
Total Time 8 hours
Servings 30 or so crackers
- 1 sleeve Saltine crackers low-salt work just fine
- 1/3 cup vegetable oil
- 1 tablespoon Fire-Eater seasoning
Place crackers in a large resealable bag or container.
Pour in the oil.
Sprinkle with the seasoning.
Seal and gently toss to coat.
Let sit (on the counter) for 12 hours to get 'happy', tossing gently every once-in-a-while.
Serve as-is or with cream cheese for topping.