Halloween is always a fun time for families. It’s a time of creativity, laughter, games, pranks, and odd foods. And, these meatloaves fit easily into that mix. They’re a great deal of fun to serve – and because you can make two different loaves, you can add the hot sauce to one after the mix has been divided. You get the hot stuff, and the kids can just enjoy their funny mummy. (This Halloween recipe will easily feed at least 4 people.)
There’s nothing like a meal you can prepare out of your pantry. And this Mad Dog recipe is just that. If you’re prone to keeping a few chicken breasts in the freezer – and some hot sauce in your cupboards, then it’s likely you’ve already got everything you need. That makes this recipe super special. Now, the chicken doesn’t feature any of the Mad Dog, we’ve moved it to the noodles and the veggies. But, that doesn’t mean the chicken gets away spice free; in fact – it’s the other spices that enhance the Mad Dog flavors in the rest...
We know that you’ve been dousing your cornbread with Mad Dog hot sauces for ages now. But, have you ever considered adding it to the batter? Here’s how to make the most incredibly delicious batch of cheesy cornbread that you’ve ever had… compliments of Mad Dog, of course.