- 2 oz. soy sauce
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 tsp. garlic powder
- 1 tsp. powdered ginger
- 2 tbs. dried minced onion
- 1/2 cup Maker’s Mark Bourbon
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InsaneChicken.com is now selling Gator Hammock Gator Sprinkle.
This unique rub contains just the right amount of garlic, assorted Chile peppers and a secret spice blend. Best used as a meat marinade or on fresh vegetables. Works wonders on baked potatoes, fish, burgers, chicken, ribs and steak!
Gator Sprinkle is hand made with all natural ingredients. NO MSG or other artificial substances are used in the Gator Hammock recipes in order to keep that fresh, down home taste!
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Wow!! If you enjoy a hot wing sauce then Danny Cash Fallen Angel Jolokia Ghost Wing Sauce may be for you.
This Wing Sauce has the distinctive taste of the Bhut Jolokia Pepper or as some call it the Ghost Pepper. The Ghost Pepper broke a world’s record on being the hottest pepper on the planet.
Now Danny Cash has infused this brutally hot pepper into his Fallen Angel Wing Sauce. If you enjoy a good Wing Sauce with a lot of heat then you have to try this one.
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InsaneChicken.com has great news. Our friends from FATBOY Marinade have given us some t-shirts to give away!
Here it is the FatBoy Marinade Gift Set. Not only do you get 3 of your favorite marinades but you also receive an Extra Large t-shirt. We only have so many of these so I strongly recommend buying on of these gift sets while we sill have the shirts in stock.
It is really a fun idea to incorporate your home grown bell peppers in to wonderful serving pieces for your appetizers when hosting a party or BBQ. Your decorations can be minimal when using the fresh bells out of your garden. The beautiful colors of the bells, orange, red, yellow and green, will liven up any table setting. Here is how to use fresh bell peppers for your next get together.
Preparation: You will want to purchase or harvest large green, red or yellow sweet bell peppers that are fresh and have no blemishes. Wash them under cool running water to …
Summer is in full swing and soon those pepper plants will be bursting with delicious fruit. We have shared lots of ways to dry and preserve your excess peppers so you can enjoy your peppers as long as you can during the out of season time frame.
If you enjoy a sweet and spicy flavor combo, this recipe is wonderful for homemade pepper jelly. You can use it on your toast in the mornings and it also makes a wonderful appetizer if poured over a block of cream cheese and served with crackers. Enjoy!
Homemade Jalapeno & Green Pepper Jelly Recipe for …
Father’s Day is coming faster than a roadrunner running right by Wille E. Coyote and without the Acme Co. – you need to be prepared. Here is a tried and true list of the top ten father’s Day gifts to help you decide what to do….Starting with number ten… here we go:
10. Time. Dad likes nothing more than to learn his normal “honey do” list has been temporarily put on hold. He can do what he wishes for the whole day. This gift is often not really seen as a …
Because it is so dang hot, today is a great day for talking about ice cream and how to incorporate your favorite pepper into your favorite ice cream dessert. Jalapenos are a very versatile pepper and can be used in many of your homemade vanilla ice cream recipes or homemade vanilla yogurt and custard recipes. When using a Jalapeno in your dessert recipe you always want to handle them carefully so protect your skin with gloves while handling them.
To make some homemade Jalapeno Pepper Vanilla Ice Cream you don’t need a special recipe to make it. You can use your …
One of the most popular uses of peppers has to be in the preparation of salsa. Families have their trademark recipes and there are so many different varieties that you can make depending on the levels of peppers, tomatoes and other ingredients. It is a taste free for all. With so many different uses for salsa, we thought we would share our top 15 or more uses so next time you which up a gallon of your favorite salsa, you might try it in a few new ways. This is especially good for those watching your weight. Salsa is a …
The two most common types of fresh peppers you will find in an Asian stir-fry are the sweet green pepper and the hot chili pepper. When selecting fresh peppers for a stir-fry you want to select peppers that are free of blemishes and look for peppers that have a firm (not wrinkled) skin. When handling chili peppers make sure you protect your hands by wearing vinyl gloves.
To make an Asian Stir-Fry dish you really don’t need a recipe. You simply need a wok, some vegetable or olive oil, freshly chopped vegetables, chopped meat and some sauce or marinade. Stir-Fry’s are …
InsaneChicken.com welcome Satan’s Ghost Hot Sauce!
Merely the aroma of this tempting sauce will drive you insane with desire to give it a try, and once you do, you will find yourself overpowered by the debilitating grasp of Satan’s Ghost. Your body’s metabolism will go wild as it attempts to deal with this evil invasion, yet concurrently its outragious flavor keeps you grabbing more. Will you be the next one to experience the grip of Satan’s Ghost? This delivious sauce is produced with Ghost Peppers and Fire Roasted Habanero Peppers. It provides …
The key ingredient to Pepper Extracts is capsaicin and can be obtained only from chile peppers and in not any other plant, animal, or mineral. Detectable to the human taste buds to one part in one million, this formidable alkaloid is extracted from hot chiles as an oleoresin (thick oil) used in super hot sauces, pepper sprays and pepper extracts. Pure capsaicin is so potent that chemists who handle the crystalline powder need to work in a filtered “tox room” in full body protection. The suit has a closed hood in order to avoid breathing …
If you are looking for the prefect pairing of drinks and beverages for your next party or BBQ, look no further. These two beverages are going to be the hit of the party and will go perfectly with any mild pepper flavored meats that you are serving. What a great addition to the celebration of pepper!
Jalapeno Pepper Wines: The Jalapeno pepper is a great pepper to use in homemade wine recipes. Most of the Jalapeno wines made don’t use just the pepper, they combine the pepper with a variety of fruits such as grapes and apples. These type of wines …
We have a nice selection of great marinades that would work well with your favorite fish. Some cuts of a firmer fish could handle a bit of a spicier flavor. Try some of these cooking methods for a spicy fish dish.
Prepare your Fish:
Rinse off your fish and pat dry with a paper towel or clean cotton cloth. Pour some marinade into the bottom of a glass baking dish or marinating container and place your fish on top. Pour the remaining marinade on top of your fish and cover your container. Place container in the refrigerator. Depending on what variety of …
I know that is hard to believe but hot sauces are not all alike. Sure they are made with vinegar and spice and all things nice, but just like any other food item, there is a large difference in many of them especially regional products like Mexican Hot Sauce or Asian Sauces.
Many people think that hot sauces are interchangeable but each one has its place within the type of food they were created for. Take the hugely popular Tapatio Mexican hot sauce. While this is actually a California brand, it is shipped …
Ass Kickin’ Steak Sauce – Some hot sauce brands are so distinctive and renown for their quality that you pretty much know what you’re going to get before you even taste it. Ass Kickin’ is one of those brands. Holding a bottle of Ass Kickin’ Steak Sauce in my hands, I pretty much knew what it would be like: rich in flavor, made with good, wholesome ingredients, and heat enough to kick my ass. Once again, Ass Kickin’ did not disappoint.
I will add that I enjoy a good steak sauce so I wasn’t going to be satisfied with just a hot raisin puree. Not to worry. Ass Kickin’ Steak Sauce is a real steak sauce, composed of water, tomato paste, vinegar, sugar, raisin paste, salt, soy sauce, lemon juice, molasses, onion, habanero peppers, spices, and garlic. Minus the habaneros, a pretty standard steak sauce, with the right blend of sweet and savory ingredients mixed into a nice thick sauce. Of course, the big difference is the key difference: the habaneros.