SilkyZ: Do a stir-fry maybe. Or use it as a glaze
RandyHoward: Pour it over a meatloaf instead of ketchup.
BullshitBlocker: Sweet and sour [insert food here].
magicandpasta: My mom used to use this as a glaze on ham!!
wafflesareforever: Combine it with ketchup and Worcestershire sauce and you’ve got BBQ sauce. Now ask me what to do with all that BBQ sauce.
whatsreallygoingon: Mix with vodka and serve over ice.
Octoberist_: Heat it up along with some hot sauce, garlic, ginger and red chili flake, maybe a couple orange and lime slices and you’ve got a pretty good sauce for chicken, pork, fish, etc.
Shtinky: Sweet and sour milkshake
randomlurker2123: #Chug it
scb5889: Add some breaded chicken lol
AprexBT: Not sure if this is the right sub…. But I hate to throw this away (again). There has to be some decent recipe that this can be used for… Or something that it can become other than raccoon food.
Throwaway1303033042: Same thickness as oil paint. Paint a happy little maple tree…and maybe give him a little friend.
gzilla57: Try /r/askculinary
aaronzvz: I do an apricot glazed grilled pork chop using Apricot Jam, one of my favorites. I would imagine it would work well enough with this S&S sauce. Season some pork chops and throw them on the grill, keep slowly basting them with the sweet and sour sauce until done. Might also work well with some spare ribs. You may need to cut the sauce with a little liquid to make it more manageable for basting, if doing the spare ribs use it with some soy sauce.
astronaut_mikedexter: Here’s a basic batter:
1/2 cup corn starch
1/2 cup flour
1 tsp salt
Dip things in this mixture and then deep fry in canola oil for 5-6 mins. Dump the results over white rice and add the remaining sauce.
ripley7: City chicken
unicordan: A savory jello.
cnmi670: Coat sweet and sour ribs with soy sauce & corn starch. Deep fry. Drain oil. Stir fry onions, bell pepper, and pork. Pour sauce over. Enjoy
nate19841: Sentient life
ChiefPrancingSponge: Facial cleanser
erdooley: Barbecue sauce
TheWolfiestBear: My daughter likes to call stuff like that “sink drinks” because that’s where it gets poured into.
ScaryBeardMan: Freeze it and use it to beat a goat to death. Then make a goat curry.
LoniBubbles: Bread some small chicken cubes and then bake! Use sweet and sour sauce for dipping.
natebibaud: Pour it over chicken in a crockpot. Put that chicken on top of stirfried rice and vegetables
mdisred2: Pour over chicken pieces and add a little garlic and onion powder if you like. Just bake at 350. You can leave out the power and use real garlic and a few chopped scallions or just use the sauce.
silkymittens666: Dressing for an Asian salad?
zakkmylde2000: Sweet and Sour Hot Pockets
RogueViator: 1. Lightly cube (around thumb size) either Chicken or Pork and season with Salt, Pepper, granulated Garlic.
2. Beat enough egg whites to be able to coat the chopped Chicken/Pork and mix it in along with enough cornstarch (or potato starch) to coat everything.
3. Deep fry (if you are able) or shallow fry the pieces and drain then set aside.
4. In a clean saute pan (preferably a wok) saute some chopped Garlic, chopped Ginger, chopped Chilis until colored then toss in the Sweet and sour sace. Toss and hit with a couple of tablespoons of soy sauce and stir. If the sauce is still too thick, add a bit of water.
5. Add the fried nuggets into the bubbling sauce, quickly toss to coat evenly, and add some chopped Green Onions.
6. Pour everything in a bowl or toss with steamed chow mein noodles. Alternatively, serve it with simple steamed Jasmine rice.
GCU_JustTesting: Rubbish in the bin.
yeedream: Sweet and sour pork short ribs.
lowbass4u: Chop up an onion, green pepper, a couple of jalapenos, and a pound of your favorite smoked sausage into large chunks.
Mix the sweet and sour sauce with an equal amount of Franks hot sauce.
Pour the hot sauce mixture over the veggies and sausage in a covered pot or skillet.
Heat until veggies are soft.
hempasta: Pasta sauce, just cut it with either a tomatoe or alfredo sauce
izzykrizzy: Pan seared salmon!
Ponyoponyo2021: You might be able to use this in a soup. Like a sweet-sour egg-drop soup? I would use sparingly since the sauce can be pretty strong.
Can also use it to toss fried chicken wings and make some spicy ones to counter balance it out. (Think Korean fried chicken)
Could also mix with another base and form a spread for a teriyaki burger. Hope that helps.
Merfolk88: The real question is how did one acquire so much sweet and sour sauce?
lolly_lag: Warm it up, throw it in a thermos and drink, you coward.
CosmicLightning: 1/2 tsp ketchup
1 tablespoon of brown sugar
1 tablespoon of garlic powder
1 tablespoon of mountain dew or carbonated drink
OPTIONAL: Add in spicy ingredients, i;e peppers cut up, etc
Cook up some chicken or hamburger
halfway through cooking either, put the rub on both sides, and continue to cook. Than 5 min before done, put another layer of rub on. than finish and enjoy.
maibrittdue: How Sweet Eats made a wonderful recipe for [Thai Chicken Enchiladas](https://www.howsweeteats.com/2012/04/thai-chicken-enchiladas/). The recipe calls for sweet chili sauce, but I’m sure sweet and sour will work just as well. Happy cooking with whatever you end up deciding!
ThatsASmore: It can become reheated left over Sweet and sour sauce.
bluesteelMcSkooter: Poke a straw through the top and you have a sweet (&sour) drink
FunkDaddy: SWEET AND SOUR EVERYTHING!!!!!!
weelluuuu: Bananas n booze=bananas foster?
HobbyWanKenobi: Finely chop remaining sweet and sour chicken. Toss in a large bowl with remaining rice, a bit of sweet and sour sauce, 2 eggs and enough flour (about 1/4 cup) so that when the mixture is thoroughly combined you can ball the rice. Dip in breadcrumbs and using vegetable oil shallow fry in a large sauce pan. Serve with additional sweet and sour sauce.
ohheyclaudia: How about salad dressing?