Wondering how to use our hot sauces for more than just a condiment? There are an unlimited number of ways to use our sauces to give your food some healthy flavor. We have recipes and suggestions for ways to use our sauces. Send us your ideas and perhaps we will include them in our recipes section!
Stir Fry Green Beans
Green beans never tasted so exciting! Fast, easy and healthy! Whats not to like? I usually grab a bag or two of the pre-washed green beans that the grocery store carried in their produce section. You can also use canned or frozen in a pinch. I prefer Sesame Oil (look for toasted sesame oil in the Asian section for more of a nutty flavor), but you can use any oil you prefer. Sometimes I chop up some onions and garlic for this and other times I just sauté beans with a little oil and #68 Szechuan Style sauce. Our Szechuan Style sauce has a bit of onion and garlic already in it. So you really do not need to include additional unless you are a onion and garlic addicts like our family! You can also sprinkle them with sesame seeds or crushed peanuts for added flavor!
Candied Bacon
This recipe is so easy! And such a yummy treat to bring to a party or serve as an appetizer. Thick cut bacon works best! Be prepared to make a second batch because your family and friends will gobble thee candied bacon strips up so fast you will not know what happened! Helpful tips: Line baking sheet with tin foil or parchment paper for ease of clean up. Use a wire rack to elevate bacon so it is not wallowing in the melted bacon fat. It will crips much nicer if a rack is used.
Vegan Dark Chocolate Truffles with #61 or #64
This vegan version of dark chocolate truffles allows everyone to enjoy an after dinner treat! These can be made a few days ahead of when you need them and stored in the refrigerator or freezer. Helpful Hint: Place a bag of frozen peas or an ice pack wrapped in a cloth to keep your hands cold so the chocolaty goodness does not end up melting as you are handling the chocolate. Other items: Parchment paper lined baking tray Melon Ball Scooper
Chocolate Truffles with #61 Coffee Cocoa or #64 Peach Habanero
This is great make ahead treat that will keep in the fridge or freezer for when you need. Helpful Tip: When you are rolling the chocolaty goodness into truffle balls, keep a bag of frozen peas or ice pack wrapped in a cloth handy. Press your hands on the cloth wrapped frozen pea/ice pack as needed to keep your hands cold and chocolate mixture from melting from the warmth of your hands. Other items needed: parchment lined cookie tray melon ball scooper