Mad Dog 357 Hot Sauce — Mad Dog 357 Original Hot Sauce
With the first bite, you’ll fall in love as you fall off your chair. Seriously, the heat will knock your socks off and the flavors soaked in by the potato gnocchi will wow you in ways you’ve never imagined. This isn’t for the faint-hearted, no matter how much cream you think you’ve put in to balance the burn. (Though, you could always feel free to add in more or less Mad Dog to your liking.) It’s rich. It’s creamy. It’s potatoes, bacon, and tomatoes done Italian style, with one hell of a twist. And, once you find your socks and...
Looking for an international dish that’ll pull you out of a snacking slump? These spicy Indian-inspired samoosas will do just that. In fact, you’ll start calling them a meal instead of a snack after you scarf the whole batch down in a single go. Seriously, these are worth the small amount of effort you’ll put in.
The flavors here are clearly German, but we’ve spiced it up with some Mad Dog 357 Original Hot Sauce and it pushes this recipe through the roof. And, one of the best things about it is that you can prepare the pan in advance and let it sit in the fridge until you’re ready to begin cooking. Go out and enjoy the day knowing you’ve got dinner sorted.
The problem with jalapeño poppers is obvious; they’re never hot enough. We’ve fixed that problem with these poppers; we’ve added Mad Dog to the mix and made it wildly easy to prepare by baking them instead of deep-frying them. And, you’ll get about 30 poppers out of the mix. Plus, you can make them as hot as you want, just add more Mad Dog to the mix.