Sunday, January 10, 2010

Who Dat? Hot Sauce

If you're from Louisiana or a fan of the New Orleans Saints, you're probably familiar with "Who Dat?" and the Who Dat cheer. That's the inspiration for Who Dat? Hot Sauce from Mossy Bayou Foods in Mansura LA, the makers of authentic Cajun products including Louisiana Swamp Scum Hot Sauce and Bayou Blend Seasoning. Who Dat Hot Sauce is a honest vinegar-pepper hot sauce made with three ingredients: golden Louisiana hot peppers, vinegar, and salt. That's it, nothing artificial, no fillers, and no other flavorings, so what you get is pure pepper flavor and heat in a tangy vinegar base that's just tart enough without overwhelming your palate. The color of this all-natural hot sauce is an intense yellow-green (almost neon) and you can see the little bits of pureed pepper. The heat level is about medium (or mild-medium if you're into really hot hot sauce), and because there are no additional seasonings in this sauce it is perfect for adding heat without altering or overpowering the flavors in your food. If you use Tabasco Sauce or Frank's Red Hot or Texas Pete and are looking for a less vinegary and more peppery hot sauce, then you will love Who Dat Hot Sauce.

Use Who Dat as an all-purpose basic hot sauce to add heat to finished dishes and also to recipes. It's especially good in collard greens and other cooked greens and vegetable dishes, and also works well sprinkled on fried catfish, shrimp and other seafood. And because of its food-friendly flavor and relatively mild heat, it's even good on broiled seafood and breakfast foods like scrambled eggs and omelets. Add it to gumbo and other Cajun or Creole recipes, as well as chili, casseroles, ground beef dishes, and anything else you want to spice up without changing the flavor. If you're a member of Who Dat Nation, you need this sauce for your next pre-game tailgate or game-viewing party. And if you need a gift for a Saints fan, Who Dat Hot Sauce is sure to please! Get Who Dat Hot Sauce now from the Carolina Sauce Company.

Zestfully yours,

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