How many times have you made the same recipes that you or the family has become bored with them? If so, I have a simple way to easily adjust those old favorites for a completely different twist to what you are cooking through a hot sauce subscription like Fuego Box May 2019 for firing up flavor.
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You might think pepper sauces are just meant for people that want to add more heat to their food. Yet, you would only be partially right with mild, medium to serious burning that is always accompanied with a savory kick of unique flavors in every bottle. By just adding a teaspoon, tablespoon or maybe more to some recipes can really bring magic to what you serve.
Changing just one ingredient like soy sauce or steak sauce for an artisan hot sauce like I did for my black bean patties recipe with Volcanic Peppers Spicy Ponzu Sauce, can mean the difference between ordinary and extraordinary. You just got to get creative and make a substitution or two to surprise yourself.
Take the trio that arrived in the new Fuego Box May 2019 assortment. The first one is award winning Roasted Jalapeno from Sweet Heat Gourmet. This green-colored hot sauce has a mild, sweet heat that is full-flavored with jalapenos, tomatillos, onions, garlic along with orange and lime juice, etc. for giving it a pleasant burst as it gently erupts in your mouth. You can enjoy this one easily on any food that you normally grab hot sauce for.
Bad Karma from Karma Sauce is another award winning hot sauce. This one has more burn to it in a sensational blend of butternut squash, red bell and habanero peppers. The result of this winning combination is medium heat with a sweet, tangy influence that is so good on chicken, fish, burgers, and eggs.
The final hot sauce included in Fuego Box May 2019 was Ghost of Disco from World Famous Hot Sauce. This one is an unusual recipe with ghost peppers for an intense burn that gets a brighter reboot of sweet freshness from blood orange, red plum and pineapple along with garlic and beet juice. It delivers plenty of sweet-sour flavor before getting soccer-punched by creeping heat. This is perfect for chicken, burgers, fish to poultry or incorporating in dips, salad dressings or recipes like meatloaf.
A Fuego Box subscription can be the solution to your dinner time woes for the extra savory deliciousness it can bring to your food. The cost is $29.95 per month with FREE USA shipping for a trio of hot sauces. You also can a reference card about the hot sauces and ideas on how to enjoy. You can’t go wrong so check their website out!
I’m learning to use small amounts of hot sauce but still not brave enough to try these. I know it makes a difference in your food by adding it but a bit of a chicken. When I buy hot sauce I buy the smallest bottle I can find. I think these boxes would be fun to get if they used miniature bottles so you could see what you really liked.
This sounds good to me