Earthy and wonderful
January 26, 2019
This is the second hot sauce I fell in love with (the first was Trappey's peppers in vinegar, which is still the only one I use for black-eyed peas).
To my palate, it's not hot at all, but it's SO flavorful. I like it on any and all potato dishes and fish tacos, but it's also good in tomato juice and veggie soup. When I first discovered it, I put it on everything. Nowadays, I tend to add cayenne to amp up the heat, or chipotle for a smoky touch.
Try it. Mix with crema, plain yogurt, or sour cream and use as a sauce for roasted veggies or fresh fruit slices. Add to melted butter and pour on pasta with green peas. Add to mayo for a grilled cheese and tomato sandwich. Even drizzle a bit over vanilla or chocolate ice cream. It's a treasure.