Heinz 57® Copycat | "The one thing that I like about this recipe is that it's scaled down to 1 serving. No need to have a bottle of Heinz 57 Sauce sitting in the cabinet, just mix up what you need that day, and it's done. " - lutzflcat
Heinz Original Chili Sauce (Copycat) - with spices and not just onion and garlic: used honey instead of corn syrup and 1 qt home canned tomato puree and cooked that down. Didn't have chili powder, but it was delicious anyway. Used in Southern Meatballs with grape jelly.
4 Ingredient BBQ Smokies from Brooklyn of Craft Me Crazy: 1 pkg cheddar smokies- (These are FABULOUS! I can't go back to original!) 1 c. favorite BBQ sauce - We love Sweet Baby Rays 1 T. Heinz 57 sauce - this gives it a little Zip! 1/4 tsp. Garlic powder Place smokies in a greased crock pot. in a bowl combine sauces and garlic powder and pour over the smokies. Cook on Low for 3 hours or High for 2. Every once in a while stir to prevent the BBQ sauce from burning on the sides.