The easiest way to add some excitement to your menu is jazzing up flavor of your foods and recipes with hot sauces. I’m not talking about the standard fare that you can pick up locally in your grocery store because your options are limited to stall your creativity. However, I have the simple fix with an artisan hot sauce subscription box. Fuego Box January 2019 is an excellent example of what tasty food alternatives that you may be missing with each new box.
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What appeals to me about the artisan hot sauces are what you simply never expect to taste with degrees of heat and spices that give your taste buds a thrill. Fuego Box has a talent for locating small batch manufacturers from across the country that craft some amazing recipes for hot sauce fanatics like me in each monthly trio like the latest Fuego Box January 2019.
Take a clue from Son of Zombie hot sauce from TorchBearer Sauces, which is the first artisan hot sauce in the Fuego Box January 2019 trio. This sauce offers a medium to hot fire with ghost peppers, depending on how much burn your tongue can handle, along with subtle sweetness from honey and smoky chipotle barbecue flavor. The fire has sort of delayed reaction mixed in that controlled smoky sweetness, but it definitely comes out a few second later. This sauce is meant for wings, but I do not like wings. Instead, I tried some in chili, which was very good.
718 Heat Factory and their Sweet Heat hot sauce was the second sauce in the Fuego Box January 2019 assortment. This is milder medium heat that has a tropical inspiration behind it with just enough sweetness to its zesty brightness. I highly recommend this on scrambled eggs. This is versatile sauce that you add to about anything that you use hot sauce on. Next, I plan on using this on fish.
The third hot sauce in the Fuego Box January 2019 lineup was from Silagy Sauce with their Serrano Sauce. This green colored sauce has cilantro lime along with peppers, tomatillos and spices that give it a fresh and tangy flavor with a milder heat. The first time tasting this blend was on a chicken breast. In the future, I’ll try some in my salad dressing recipe to pump up the fresh, savory flavor.
Besides kicking up flavor of dishes, adding to my recipes, I use hot sauce for helping speed up my body metabolism to burn extra calories to home remedies when I have sore throat or cough in a drink I make with apple cider vinegar as well.
When you subscribe, Fuego Box will send you a box each month with three artisan hot sauces for just $29.95 per quarter. This price includes free USA shipping. You also are sent a handy informational card explaining what the sauces are like and the foods you are most likely to enjoy them with.
Maybe you still not convinced a hot sauce subscription is for you. Everyone is different, but I truly use hot sauces all the time. How do you feel about hot sauces? If you haven’t tried Fuego Box yet, I honestly think you are missing a world of great taste. Check them out!