Well, at some point in my surfing the net, I came across this guy, who found out it takes 35 packets to fill a Taco Bell hot sauce bottle. Hmmm, I'm much more likely to use the sauce if I put it in bottle form. So I set out to do the same.
I had an old bottle (237 ml ) and about 23-24 "HOT" and one packet of "FIRE" sauce. I began to rip the packets and squeeze out all the sauce. It was a lengthy process, but I was impressed with the harvesting results. Oh and the packets have special messages, check them out HERE @ the wing bucket.
It wasn't long until all the packets were empty, and my bottle, wasn't full, but there was a lot of sauce. Ten more packets and I'm sure there would have been a complete bottle, just like the guy.
So I felt like a struggling student making this ghetto bottle of hot sauce. And it wasn't just about being cheap, it was actually using up something on hand. So what am I going to do with a half bottle of Taco Bell Sauce?
- ground beef
- red onion
- jalapeno x2
- taco seasoning/chili powder
- sour cream
- Taco Bell Sauce
(I also added some Taco Bell Sauce into the mixture. . .)
It was an indulgence that really hit the spot. Warm chips scooping up taco goodness with cheese and sour cream, so good. Made for great leftovers too.