Saturday, July 31, 2010

Scorned Woman Chipotle & Garlic Pepper Sauce

Is great flavor important to you when selecting a hot sauce? Do you enjoy the pungent flavor of garlic? How about the smoky, fiery heat of chipotles? If you answered yes to these 3 questions, then Scorned Woman Chipotle & Garlic Pepper Sauce is for you. Not nearly as hot as the original Scorned Woman Hot Sauce, this hot sauce is all about the flavor. Moderately spicy on the heat scale (about a mild medium to most folks), this zesty hot sauce features the robust flavors of chipotle and garlic in a tangy -- but not overly vinegary -- base, making it an excellent choice when you want to add complementary flavors with a fiesty kick. I like this hot sauce on pretty much anything grilled: hamburgers, veggie burgers, chicken, shrimp, veggie kabobs and the like. As you can imagine, it's also quite good on nachos, burritos, tacos and other Tex-Mex and Southwestern fare. I've even been known to splash it on pizza and spaghetti to rev up the flavor. Scorned Woman Chipotle Garlic Sauce also works well in hearty recipes including pretty much anything with ground meat, plus stews, casseroles, bean dishes, roasted vegetables and the like. Use a dash or two on rotisserie chicken, deli sandwiches and leftovers from last night's dinner to wake up your palate. At only $4.25 for a full-size 5oz bottle when you order it from the Carolina Sauce Company, Scorned Woman Chipotle Garlic Pepper Sauce is a great deal!

Zestfully yours,

PS: If you're counting carbs or watching your sodium intake, you'll be glad to know that this hot sauce has no carbs and only 25mg of sodium per teaspoon.

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