Alternative Uses for Shrimp Cocktail Sauce

I have four bottles of cocktail sauce that I purchased at a cheap price. I bought so many because I thought my daughter could use them. I was wrong, she doesn't want them. My husband and I use them when we have shrimp, but that is not that often. I can't return them, I threw away the receipt. Does anyone have any ideas how they can be used? Thank you.

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By it's.only.me from NE PA / USA

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September 13, 20101 found this helpful

Add to nacho chips and cheese, warm in microwave or oven.
Add to meatloaf recipes.
Add to cream cheese and make dip.
Make sweet n sour sauce by adding orange marmalade or sweet juices and bake on pork or beef.

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September 13, 20101 found this helpful

Cocktail sauce is basically ketchup with more spice to it. you can use it for fries or hamburgers, or any kind of fish besides shrimp. My hubby likes it with tilapia!

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September 14, 20101 found this helpful

I use a can of shrimp, the kind you find next to canned tuna at the grocery store, and add it to a thing of cream cheese. Make it into a ball and spread the cocktail sauce over it. Dip with Ritz crackers, yumminess!

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September 15, 20100 found this helpful

Place an 8 ounce block of cream cheese on a plate top with cocktail sauce and then place a small can of crab meat on top Serve with your favorite crackers. Always a hit.

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September 15, 20101 found this helpful

Mix one bottle with 32 oz of grape jelly, heat slowly over low heat until melted, throw in some cocktail wienies or small meatballs and heat through, great appetizer or party snack.

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September 15, 20101 found this helpful

It's tasty as a stand alone dip for veggies like celery and jicama too. :-)

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September 15, 20101 found this helpful

It is delicious with sausages; makes a nice change from HP or Ketchup.

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September 19, 20100 found this helpful

It's a delicious add-in to tuna salad, or as a sauce for any kind of fish.

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June 20, 20171 found this helpful

Use as stocking stuffers! Trust me...it is funny

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August 22, 20190 found this helpful

I put them on hashbrowns, or any type of eggs in the Am OMG it added the horseradish flavor with a pop. A new twist on even sunny side up eggs.

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People look at me funny but really don't knock somthing before you try it.
Someone Betty Crocker had a deviled egg recipe I did it one morning because I ran out of ketchup and boom the flavor was a perfect marriage. Then more tang flavor the better, sweet tang and runny eggs YUM. I call that a Bloody Mess!
But a slice of toast mops it up real good.
Hash Browns with sauce, sausage and runny eggs with sauce with 2 slices of toast with strawberry jam on them.
I use the Heinz stuff but the louisiana is real good too.

honestly you can use it on anything you just put Ketchup.
Homemade is even better because you can add more horseradish.

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