Alternative Uses for Shrimp Cocktail Sauce

What goes good with cocktail sauce besides shrimp? I have a couple of bottles of cocktail sauce on hand and I didn't want to use shrimp. I just made a shrimp dish the other day.

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December 28, 20190 found this helpful
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I have always loved fish with cocktail sauce. You can make a deep batter-fried fish and use the sauce on the fish.

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December 29, 20190 found this helpful
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Uses for Cocktail Sauce

Step 1
dip for raw vegetables

Step 2
Pizza sauce

Step 3
Topping for meatloaf

Step 4
Tipping for pasta

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December 29, 20191 found this helpful
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I use mine to dip french fries in (I am not a ketchup fan, but love cocktail sauce--the horseradisher the better).

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It is also good with sour cream (mix together with it--I don't measure--but --equal proportions of each--if you like it strong or 1/2 cocktail and 3/4 sour cream if you like it milder, and use as a dip for potato chips or spread on crackers or add a dollop as in cheese, cracker, cocktail/sour cream mix.

I use it to top hamburgers (in place of ketchup) and in meatloaf.

Basically (to me) if you have a recipe where you use ketchup, you can use cocktail sauce).

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December 29, 20190 found this helpful

Edit...1/4 to 3/4. Math injury was acting up :(

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December 31, 20190 found this helpful

Eat with fried fish, as dipping sauce.

Share or gift with friends the extra bottles if they want it or trade with them.

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