Wilbur’s Revenge Hot Sauce

Are you in the mood for something hot and spicy?  Something that is going to burn you up and wake up those taste buds too?  We have been hearing a lot about Wilbur’s Revenge Hot Sauce so we thought we would go and check it out and see if it is something we can carry for you at Insane Chicken to add to our large selection of Hot Sauces.

Famous Dave’s Wilbur’s Revenge Hot Sauce is a popular name brand hot sauce that most hot pepper sauce aficionados love. This hot sauce prides itself on being hot, spicy and very flavorful and many people state that they love the very peppery taste that is evident in this sauce.  The flavor of this hot sauce is stated to be “unique” as compared to many of the hot sauces out in the marketplace as it focuses on the flavors of the pepper not on the Heat. Continue Reading

Smoked Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

Hot Peppers and smoky flavors seem to go hand in hand and yet it is sometime difficult to find a good smoked pepper hot sauce.  The smoke pepper flavor is delicious in soups and stews and even in salsa too.  Here is an easy recipe that you can bring together quickly for your next Mexican or Tex Mex dish.

Smoked Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

Part 1
4 small Habanero peppers, finely chopped and seeds/membranes removed
1/2 cup onions, finely chopped
1 tablespoon olive or vegetable oil

Place the above 3 ingredients into a container and roast on your barbecue or indoor grill or place the above … Continue Reading

Ghost Pepper Sauce

We get a lot of requests asking about Ghost Pepper Sauce; what is it, how do I use it, etc.  So we thought we would share some general information with you so you can be in the know on this extremely popular sauce.

Ghost pepper sauce contains the popular Bhut Jolokia Pepper which is also known as the Ghost Pepper.  This pepper is considered to be the hottest of the naturally grown peppers. The Scoville rating for the Bhut Jolokia is 855,000-1,050,000 which puts it about 300 times hotter than a Jalapeno pepper.

This pepper is typically used as an ingredient in … Continue Reading

Recipe for a Sweet BBQ Sauce

With so many varieties of BBQ sauces on the market it can be hard to find one that is just perfect!  Many people love the sweet sauces that work so well with ribs and chicken but may not find just the right amount of sweetness in a prepared commercial sauce.  We have a tip to save this issue as well as a great recipe that you can customize to make your own.

Tip: When you don’t have time to make your own recipe, you can use a bottle of a classic barbecue sauce from Insane Chicken or the grocery store and … Continue Reading

Pepper and Veggie Kabobs

When it comes to grilling some homemade kabobs, any type of pepper is a great choice for your kabobs. You will need to purchase either wooden skewers or metal skewers to thread your food one for cooking.  If you purchase wooden ones, make sure you soak them in water before using so that they don’t catch on fire during the grilling process.

The great thing about making Kabob’s is that you put anything type you like on the skewers.  Just make sure that they food is cut into like sizes so that grilling process is even and they all can cook … Continue Reading

Meatloaf with BBQ Sauce and Stove Stuffing Mix

We love using our BBQ sauces and pepper sauces in different ways and then telling you about them.  Here is a recipe for meatloaf that utilizes a boxed stuffing mix and makes for a very nice family meal. It is great served alongside mashed potatoes (or a baked potato) and buttered corn or lima beans. We think it is great because it is quick and simple and you can really kick up your meatloaf with some extra zest and spice without having to do much extra to the recipe.

Juicy Meatloaf Recipe with BBQ Sauce

2 lbs. lean … Continue Reading

How to Make a Simple BBQ Sauce

Making your own homemade bbq sauce may seem like a difficult thing to do, but it is actually a really easy process.   You only need a few ingredients that you most likely have in your pantry right now to create a simple and tasty barbeque sauce that you and your family will love.  Check out this recipe below and remember, if you love it spicy, you can add in some of your favorite chile’s and kick it up.

Simple and Tasty BBQ Sauce Recipe

2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1/4 large onion, finely chopped or diced
2 small garlic cloves, finely minced
1 3/4 cups catsup
1/4 … Continue Reading

Recipe for Texas Style BBQ Sauce

If you are a fan of beef brisket or pulled pork, you are going to love this sauce.  Traditionally, Texas style BBQ sauce is thinner than a regular BBQ sauce you may be used to.  These are made more for a condiment and dipping sauce or to top your pulled pork sandwich. Some people use it as a mop sauce for brisket. But regardless of how you use it, it is delicious.  Not overly sweet but a nice combination of sweet and tart from the vinegar and a rich taste.

2 Tbs Oil
1 finely chopped Onion
Several Cloves of Garlic minced
3 Tbs … Continue Reading

Westlow’s Bonney Pepper Sauce

If you like trying different and interesting pepper sauce flavors, then I have one for you today.  Westlow’s Bonney Pepper Sauce is made in Barbados, West Indies by a blend of ripe Bonney peppers, onions, mustard flour, wheat flour, salt, sugar, tumeric & vinegar. The sauce is a mustard yellow color and not red like traditional hot sauces.

This Bonney hot pepper sauce has a very distinct aroma and a very distinct flavor and is unlike most other hot pepper sauces found in North America. This pepper sauce is fantastic with chicken, fish and egg dishes and makes a great condiment … Continue Reading

Garlic Hot Wing Sauce Recipe

We love garlic and I am pretty sure that most of our readers love it too!  So we were thinking the other day, why not bring you an easy hot wing sauce that combines some of our favorite things… garlic and hot pepper.  You can use this as a wing coating after cooking, a mop sauce during cooking or as a dipping sauce too.  Delicious!

Garlic Hot Wing Sauce Recipe:

1 cup hot sauce, your favorite brand
1/3 cup vegetable oil
2 teaspoons granulated sugar
1 teaspoon garlic powder or 2-3 cloves of minced fresh garlic
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground black pepper
1/2 teaspoon Cayenne pepper
1 … Continue Reading

People Want to Know – What Do You Use Hot Pepper Sauce In?

Hot Pepper Sauce is very versatile and can be used in many dishes.  If you are stuck in a rut, we are going to give you a few ideas on how you can use your favorite hot sauce to kick up the heat in your favorite dishes. People want to know… what foods do you use hot pepper sauce in?  Check out these ideas.

  • Put a few teaspoons of hot sauce in your favorite stove-top or slow cooker chili recipe.
  • Try a few drops or teaspoonfuls in your favorite taco, enchilada or burrito recipe.
  • If you love a breakfast with a … Continue Reading

Apple Chili Pepper Sauce Recipe

Sometimes we get tired of the same old flavor of sauce and we want something unique and different from all of the rest.  So if you are one of these looking for a twist on the traditional chili pepper sauce recipe, you have got to try this recipe for Apple & Chili Pepper Hot Sauce!

Combining apple cider and fresh lime juice can only bring about great flavor.  Can you think how great this would be on grilled chicken or some fish?  Sounds delicious and it is going on my menu for this week!  Give it a try.

Apple & Chili Pepper … Continue Reading

Thai Jalapeno Pepper Sauce Recipe

When it comes to Thai cooking and cuisine, one of the most popular hot sauces to use is a good homemade chili pepper paste not to mention their soy sauce and fish sauce.  But we have been seeing some requests coming in for a Thai Jalapeno Pepper Sauce so we thought we would check it out.

If you would like to try to make it yourself, here is a great recipe to use and it only takes a handful of ingredients that you can find on your local supermarket’s shelves. This pepper sauce is really delicious when used in traditional Thai stir-fry … Continue Reading

Winning Habanero Hot Sauce Recipe

While we all like and enjoy various brands of bottled hot sauce some of us are looking to make our own hot sauce at home. If you are a lover of Habanero peppers, then this pepper sauce recipe is one you are going to want to try.  We think is pretty easy to make and is sure to score some points with your family and friends for taste.

2 cloves fresh garlic, minced
1/2 cup onion, finely diced
1 1/2 cups tomatoes, finely chopped
1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
1 large chili pepper, finely chopped
2 large Habanero peppers, finely chopped
1/2 cup white vinegar (plain vinegar)
1 … Continue Reading

Homemade Mexican Hot Sauce

Mexican food has been a huge addition to the culture in America in the past and its popularity has growing leaps and bounds.  Growing up in the east, Mexican food was not heard of and now, Mexican restaurants are found in towns small and large.  Many people enjoy making Mexican food at home too and look for great recipes for homemade Mexican hot sauce to add to their meals.
The great thing about a homemade hot sauce is that you can add or subtract from the basic recipe once it is prepared to satisfy your taste buds.  This is a great … Continue Reading

Wicked Cactus Sauce Head Hunter’s Paradise Hot Sauce Review

Spot a bottle of this Wicked Cactus sauce up on the shelf, pull it down, and boom! You’re sucked in by the time you finish reading the first line on the label.  While the aesthetically pleasing label and bold, assertive typeface don’t hurt its cause, it’s the deep, pigmented color of the sauce on the other side of the glass that will initially catch your attention.

Once you find yourself cracking beyond the safety seal and pouring a generous helping of the sauce onto your eggs (mine were scrambled with mushrooms and onion), you’ll next notice its salsa-like consistency and appreciate the flecks of spices dotting the liquid.  And upon lifting a bit of smothered eggs to your mouth, you’ll discover that the sauce has an unusually wonderful, thick texture and a bold, smoky taste. Continue Reading

Cranberry Pepper Sauce Recipe

During fall and winter, cranberries are in harvest and they are a great taste to add to sauces of all kinds.  We have had a lot of requests for some pepper sauces that incorporate cranberries so we thought you would enjoy this one.

This is a great recipe to make during the fall and winter holidays to serve with chicken, turkey or even a holiday ham. Not too spicy but you can certainly tweak the heat up or down.  You can serve it on the side as a dipping sauce condiment.  Another serving and use option is to pour the sauce … Continue Reading

Envy Hot Sauce Review

I have to admit, my mindset going into trying Envy Hot Sauce for the first time was not a fair one – I enjoy green sauces immensely, but had yet to find one with a distinctive enough flavor to stop me from automatically grabbing my personal standby, a certain green jalapeño sauce that you may have been privy to yourself at some point or another.  So I wasn’t expecting to sell the farm upon cracking open this new venture into green territory.  Despite a near heart-attack upon staring into the (unexpected) pair of wide green eyes printed on the side of the bottle’s label, my overall first impression of  it was favorable: the sauce had a thinner consistency than the green sauces I had dabbled in before, but it boasted a lime/citrus smell and flecks of a spice (cilantro?) swirled inside of the glass bottle.  Continue Reading

How to Pickle Jalapeno Peppers

Pickled Jalapeno Peppers make for a great condiment especially when serving Thai cuisine and they are often found served in Thailand or at Thai restaurants alongside noodle dishes.  In Mexico, they are enjoyed pickled with sliced carrots and a bit of onion.  They are a favorite of many cultures and a simple recipe for pickling them is often asked about.

Here is a quick and easy way that you can pickle your own jalapeno peppers and enjoy them whenever you want to at home.

Pickled Jalapeno Peppers

3 large Jalapeno Peppers, sliced
1/3 cup white vinegar
1 glass mason jar with lid

Place the sliced Jalapeno … Continue Reading

Da Bomb Beyond Insanity Review

“Da Bomb,” a version of “The Bomb,” may refer to a nuclear weapon, ala the atomic bomb, or to an English language idiom to characterize something as awesome (for example, “did you see the concert last night?  It was ‘da bomb!’” Unfortunately for everyone involved, this hot sauce’s flavors embodied more of the former definition and contained no trace of the latter.

From the moment that I held the small glass bottle that houses Da Bomb Beyond Insanity in my hot little hand, I was wary.  Reminiscent of the bottle that Alice discovers labeled “Drink Me” in Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland,” I had an inkling that this hot sauce was going to either make me immediately smaller (as a direct result of shedding layers of clothes due to Da Bomb’s heat index), or swiftly grow larger (as my tongue swelled with spice/heat).  But which would it be? Continue Reading

Black Pepper Stir-Fry Sauce

For our readers that love to cook delicious Asian meals, a very popular ingredient to the traditional fish, chicken or beef with veggies and rice is the sauce that brings everything together.  Far Eastern cuisine is known for their spicy yet delicious, easy to make sauces that stir-fry up in just a second and really transform the dish.  A popular one is the Black Pepper Stir-Fry sauce and it is very simple and quick.

This Black Pepper Stir-Fry sauce is used mainly in Thai dishes but is also used in some Chinese dishes too. It is mainly used in chicken or … Continue Reading

Mad Dog Liquid Fire Hot Sauce Review

Mad Dog Liquid Fire is the ideal introduction to the world of hot sauces.  After removing the screw-on cap and taking your first whiff of the bottle, your nose hairs will still be intact, your vision unblurred by the tame promise of the heat (or lack of heat) to come.

Your first tentative taste will reveal a vinegary liquid with a smooth consistency, mild smell and a flavor that is easy on the palate. However, what this sauce lacks in heat it makes up for in flavor.  Mad Dog’s hot sauces have long been a favorite – the company consistently offers its customers a variety of products with an array of levels of heat, from mild to ring your bell hot.  Yet Mad Dog still manages to never sacrifice flavor in the name of scoring a high number on a ‘hotness’ scale. Continue Reading

Spanish Red Pepper Sauce Recipe

Here is a great recipe for Spanish Red Pepper Sauce which makes a great sauce for just about any pasta dish you may be thinking about making. It is also a great sauce to pour over some cooked breaded veal cutlets too or try it in your favorite homemade meatloaf recipe to give your meatloaf a nice Spanish flavor.

Spanish Red Pepper Sauce Recipe

5 large red peppers
4 tablespoons olive oil
14 oz. can red tomato sauce
1/4 cup of finely diced onion
3 tablespoons heavy whipping cream
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with a … Continue Reading

Mad Dog 357 Ghost Hot Sauce Review

It’s hard to ignore a bottle of hot sauce with an intense hologram on its label.  It’s even harder to over look it once your read the text (text that is set over silver, reflective skulls I might add) on the side of the bottle and its sweet nothings become imprinted in your brain: “Ever seen a ghost?  One taste of Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce and you will – your own!”  This ghost pepper edition boasts a full, hearty flavor that tastes of pine and has a sweet smell that doesn’t overpower your dining experience.  After tentatively dousing a baked sweet potato in the thick, syrupy sauce, my first coated bite revealed a serving of heat that was both immediate and all encompassing in flavor.  The sweet taste filled my mouth, and my dinner date deemed the sauce simply “physically hot” in its nature.  Continue Reading

West Indian Cusine Pepper Sauce Recipe

Indian food is a favorite of millions of people all around the world.  The sauces and spices that they use are such a different combination than the western world is used to, but using their unique blend of spices you can bring out a ton of flavors in chicken and veggie dishes. Here is a great recipe to try when making Indian inspired dishes at your home.

This West Indian Pepper Sauce is extremely hot so a little bit goes a long way. When preparing this recipe you will want to protect your hands and eyes from any splatters because working … Continue Reading