When it comes to the hot sauce, you’re only limited at mealtime by your own creativity.
That’s because hot sauce is a great addition to most meals, from breakfast time to those late-night snacks. While hot sauce is great for flavoring things like scrambled eggs, breakfast pizzas and casseroles, it’s also a good choice to add to marinades, chili or to spice up chicken wings. Add it to pasta sauce to give your noodles some zip or mix it up in ground beef for great tasting burgers and meatballs.
When it comes to cooking with extracts, though, a little definitely goes a long way.
Extracts are extremely hot and that’s why you only want to use them as food additives. They’re not for the person who just wants to add a little spice because pepper extracts are explosive in flavor and nothing to take lightly. You don’t even want to think about handling pepper extract with your bare hands either. That’s why you’ll find warning labels on the containers, encouraging you to wear gloves while using the extract, and then wash your hands with soap and water right away.
If you’re looking for a few ideas of how to cook with hot sauce and extracts, you’ve come to the right place. There are all kinds of great recipes out there. For example, try adding hot sauce to your gumbo, bringing it to a boil and letting it simmer to bring out the flavor. You could also try adding a little hot sauce to your creamed corn this Thanksgiving to give your holiday meal some added heat. If you want to try extract, add just a little to the marinade in your next burrito, or stir in some hot sauce to a meat pie. The sky’s the limit when it comes to cooking with hot sauce and extracts.