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Old 01-15-2011, 03:31 PM   #1
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Spicy Soy Sauce @ Fatty Cow/Chubby Lamb?

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Just wondering if you know what they put in it to make it have that little spicy taste to it? I gather it is some kind of pepper but if you guys know, that would be great!

Also, if you know what kind of soy sauce they use too. I want to replicated it for my hot pots.

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Side note!

Any one have a favourite soup base? Something I can buy from T&T or something like that?
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+1 to this. So good. I think the OP is referring to just red pepper oil.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chili_oil
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Oops double posted.

For soy, they use normal soy, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soy_sauce. You can buy the red soup package at yaohan, price was 4 bucks or so. Chile oil and soy sauce can be found there too. Lastly, I recommend...Bull Head bbq sauce.
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oh fuk ya +1 to Bullhead BBQ sauce!
i remember being a broke student and eating that shit plain on rice LOL sometimes i'd have some extra money to be able to fry an egg to go with it!
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I was not looking for chilli oil.. Thanks for the soup base though!

Isn't the Bullhead BBQ sauce just "Sa Tay"?
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not just any sa tay sauce:
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Anybody know if you can find that at T&T? Just looking for confirmation
I haven't seen it at least
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I was not looking for chilli oil.. Thanks for the soup base though!

Isn't the Bullhead BBQ sauce just "Sa Tay"?
It's actually sa cha sauce. Hmm, I have no clue what they put in the soy sauce then. But yeah get the red soup pack above, combined with sa cha = win.

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I saw it in yaohan in december, near the hot dim sum section.
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They just cut up those long green chilie peppers and put them in the soy sauce.
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For that soup base, just take the ingredients they list on the back and make it into the broth you want. I've used the Little Sheep stuff you can buy @ Yaohan and the amount of sodium in that pre-packaged stuff is disgusting.
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