Miracle Whip + Chipotle Tabasco = Fish BBQ Heaven

You can call me names, and slap me silly, but you won’t change my mind. I love Miracle Whip. On sandwiches, as a burger condiment, with cake and ice cream.

I discovered this magic combination last year after catching a big striper (striped bass) on Martha’s vineyard. On our boat we caught enough fish for an extended family gathering with about 12 people. We had the fish filleted and bagged for easy transport home. I cooked it half using a Bobby Flay Orange-Mango sauce recipe from one of his books (which my wife got autographed from the man) called Boy Meets Grill. The other half was cooked in a ginger terayaki sauce. While the bass cooked, I “whipped” up some of my Miracle Chipotle for a dipping sauce with the ginger terayaki bass, using about a teaspoon of Tabasco Chipotle flavor for every couple of heaping tablespoons of Miracle Whip (hint: start slow and stop when it tastes really good).

The taste combines the tangy-sweet zing of miracle whip with a fine smokiness that will enhance just about any type of BBQ, especially grilled fish. Probably could use mayonnaise too… if you are turned off by the Whip.

Site Editor, BBQ Sauce Lover, Family Guy, Hi Tech Marketer by Day. He recently wrote the Ebook “How to Market Your BBQ Sauce” which can be purchased on this site.

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Comments

  1. Dude, Miracle Whip versus Mayo is definitely a war in our household.

  2. I have been a “whip guy” for 40+ years! I find about as much debate over whip vs. mayo as I do about repub’s vs. dem’s. Never has changed my mind…MIRACLE WHIP!!

    CHEERS!

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