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Cabbage Soup with Hot Sauce Recipe

Garden fresh veggies taste so wonderful and with the gardens starting to produce their delicious goods, there is always a need for fabulous recipes.  Here is a delicious soup recipe that uses cabbage with hot sauce that our pepper and heat lovers are going to enjoy.

This easy recipe combines the healthy cabbages with spinach and ground beef along with some delightful hot sauce for a great tasting filling soup that will satisfy your spice cravings and fill you up.  Enjoy!

Cabbage Soup with Hot Sauce Recipe

3 1/2 lbs. green cabbage, shredded
2 1/2 cups red cabbage, shredded
1 1/2 cups spinach, chopped
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Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Soup Recipe

Ever feel the need to just have a simple supper of tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches?  Sometimes it is just too much work to have a big meal but you want something with a lot of flavor too.  This easy recipe is one that you will turn to time and again because of the great taste and the easy method of preparation.   Give this quick recipe for Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese a try!

Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Soup Recipe

1 large roasted red pepper (roast it over a grill or in the broiler, skin removed, finely chopped)
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Homemade Bacon Hot Sauce Recipe

As the weather heats up so do the kitchens which sends more and more people out to the backyard BBQ’s to cook.  The demand for unique and delicious ways and recipes to cook on grills is high.

This is a great recipe for all of your summer family cookouts and backyard barbecues when you want to grill up some burgers, but at the same time want something a little different with some spicy heat.  Burgers are a great choice for barbequing and this one is delicious!    If you are serving children, you may want to reserve the chili peppers inside the … Continue Reading

Anchor Bar Hot Wing Sauce

Seems hard to believe that one of our favorite foods has been around since 1964! The Buffalo Chicken Wing has become a staple in our homes and restaurants since it was invented at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York.  Their original sauce is a combination of Cayenne peppers, distilled vinegar, liquid margarine, salt, spices and garlic which gives it a nice spicy kick which you can cool off in a dip of bleu cheese on the side.  A classic Buffalo Chicken Wing.

Today chicken wings have taken on a whole new passion with many and the Anchor Bar hot wing sauce is keeping up with the changes.  Including the  original recipe, you can now find the Anchor Bar Hot Wing Sauce in Mild, Medium, Hotter, Suicide, Barbecue, Sweet and Sour, several of which we offer right here at Insane Chicken.
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Recipe for Texas BBQ Sauce

In the great state of Texas they know how to barbecue and this Texas Style BBQ Sauce recipe is really quick and easy to make. A bit of spice, sugar and a bit of heat makes this a crowd pleaser for sure. You only need a few basic ingredients and you are all set to make your very own homemade barbecue sauce.

Texas Style BBQ Sauce Recipe

1 1/2 cups catsup
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup water
2 to 2 1/2 tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce
1/2 teaspoon ground chili powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
1/2 teaspoon ground Cayenne

Mix together all of the … Continue Reading

Cafe Louisiane Hotter ‘n Hell Hot Sauce

Hot Sauces have been flavoring American meats for hundreds of years.  Each area of the country has their favorite way of making their hot sauces and BBQ sauces and folks get very particular about the way a sauce is made and enjoyed. Cafe Louisiane Hotter ‘n Hell Hot Sauce has a lot of history surrounding their popular hot sauce.

This famous Hot Sauce was created by Arthur “Popie” Devillier over 100 years ago, around in 1893 to be exact, from a family recipe. Enjoyed for those 100 years by friends and family, the sauce was finally bottled for commercial use and sold to the public in 1992 and then resold to a company called Cafe Companies, Inc. in 1994. It is now packaged and sold under the brand name of Cafe Louisiane Hotter ‘N Hell Hot Sauce.

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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
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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

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

Basic Hot Sauce Recipe

We know you love your chili peppers and love having such a nice selection of hot sauce and BBQ sauce at your fingertips right here on Insane Chicken. But when you can’t get your order fast enough, it is sometimes nice to have a basic recipe that you can use as a base so you have great flavor and the ability or spice it as you want.

This “basic” hot sauce is a super one to start out with as it is a quick and easy recipe that even a beginner cook can handle. This hot sauce recipe … Continue Reading

Uncle Dougie’s Chicago Style Chicken Wing Marinade Review

I want you to know that I am writing this immediately – I mean, immediately – after sampling the product. In fact, my nose is still running from the peppery heat. I love hot wings and I make them often, but Uncle Dougie’s Chicago Style Wing Sauce proves that you can teach on old dougie – er, doggie – new tricks.

Dougie prints a recipe for the wings right on the label, and though it differed from I usually make wings, I decided to do it his way. Well, right now, his way is the only way as far as I’m concerned. These were some very tasty wings and while they weren’t deadly hot, they had a nice even spiciness that made my nose run, my brow sweat, and my mouth asking for more.
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Chatak Lime Pepper Sauce

Enjoying pepper sauces from all over the world is a fun and easy way to experience new tastes and flavors.  Here a different pepper sauce that you may not have heard of.  The Chatak Lime Pepper Sauce might be one you may want to give a try.

This hot pepper sauce is an imported gourmet food product from the country of Trinidad and Tobago but is readily available throughout the United States at both online and offline retailers. The sauce is manufactured by Chatak Food Products who also manufactures and sells other various hot sauce flavors worth checking out.

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Wing Time Hot Sauce

Wings and Hot Sauce go hand in hand and they both are an all time favorite at Insane Chicken and for most of our customers and readers too! Since we love sauces we make sure to carry a huge selection of ones we know you will love and come back for time and time again. Wing Time Hot Sauce is a specialty sauce we know you will love.

They make 5 different ones:

* Wing Time Mild Sauce ~ A Great Mellow Sauce with Parmesan Cheese- For those who want the full-bodied taste without the traditional heat. We added … Continue Reading

Defcon Defense Condition All-Purpose Wing Sauce Review

I’m a guy who likes big flavors and frankly, while I love buffalo wings I rarely make them. That’s because I make buffalo drumsticks. Bigger, get it? So when I got my hands on a bottle of Defcon’s wing sauce, I immediately went out and bought some nice meaty drumsticks. I seasoned them, backed them for an hour, tossed them with butter, then poured on the Defcon. (Just as a side note, I’m not a big fan of either celery or bleu cheese dressing; I prefer a nice, vinegary cole slaw as a side to my drumsticks.)

And then I ate them. All of them. This stuff was awesome. And while it’s only the medium heat version, they were plenty spicy; spicy enough for most people except the freaks (like me) who like really, really, spicy wings. Continue Reading

3 Pepper Sandwich Ideas

With fresh peppers abounding right now it’s a great time to look at a few ideas for enjoying peppers for a delicious lunch or light dinner.  Here are some great pepper sandwich ideas that you will enjoy over and over again!  They are great for a quick and easy preparation and the kids will enjoy them too!

Mozzarella Cheesy Pepper Sandwich

1 slice of Mozzarella cheese
1 roasted red or green bell pepper, chopped
1-2 slices of tomato
butter and bread

This is a twist on the classic grilled cheese sandwich! Butter one side of each slice of bread and place one slice in a preheated … Continue Reading

Cholula Hot Sauce

Popular and available for more than 20 years in the USA, the Cholula Hot Sauce is a brand of hot sauce that is available in a variety of delicious flavors. Cholula Hot Sauce is made in Mexico from a recipe that is over 100 years old and kept under lock and key.

The Cholula difference is all in its exclusive blend of piquin and arbol peppers, ground into a delicate pepper paste then combined with signature seasonings and natural ingredients.  Not overly spicy to burn your mouth, but spicy enough to bring out the flavors of the peppers and enhance … Continue Reading

How to Make Buffalo Wing Hot Sauce

When it comes to making Buffalo Wings at home there are 2 ways you can go about it and today we thought we would discuss both methods with you.

If you are a busy person and want a no fuss way to make homemade buffalo wings then you can purchase a variety of bottled (already prepared) barbecue sauces and marinate your chicken wings in the sauce for a few hours and then bake or grill them until done.

For those of you who have the time to cook and enjoy cooking you can make your own buffalo wing hot sauce at home … Continue Reading

Casa Ole Red Hot Sauce Recipe

Southwestern style Mexican cooking is a favorite of folks in the lower southern states.  Traditionally the recipes and sauces are different than other Mexican styles of cooking and just like in the States; each region of Mexico has different styles too.

Casa Ole is a restaurant chain found in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana that serves authentic Mexican style foods. You will find all kinds of Mexican dishes that you and your family will enjoy.  A favorite sauce that they use is their hot sauce recipe and many people that have eaten at the restaurant in the past enjoy making this at … Continue Reading

Banana Peppers and How to Use Them

Many people love peppers but not everyone can eat or enjoy spicy hot peppers.  Besides bell peppers, there is another mild pepper that is available for your enjoyment; The Banana Pepper. Here are some answers and particulars regarding this delicious pepper.

What is a banana pepper? A banana pepper is a banana shaped pepper that turns yellow, orange or red when fully ripe. This variety of pepper is very mild and on the sweet side. On the Scoville heat scale they rate at around 500 units.

When to pick them? On average your banana pepper is ready to harvest when they turn … Continue Reading

Spicy Hot Fudge Sauce Recipes

After eating all of the pepper infused rubs and sauces you get from Insane Chicken, you are going to want a beautiful dessert. You can make your own homemade hot fudge sauce quickly and easily at home with just a few ingredients that you most likely have on hand. Homemade hot fudge sauce tastes 100% better than store bought hot fudge sauce so making your own is really worth the effort.

And because we know our customers love it spicy, you can add some dried Chipotle Pepper as a lovely topper to just give this a bit of a kicked up … Continue Reading

Hot Wing Sauce Recipe

Hot wings have become a favorite appetizer over the years.  In fact they have moved into their own as a main course with the growth of restaurants that focus on hot wings as their main course.  A multitude of franchises like Wing Stop and Hooter’s are continuing to see growth in the market with hot wings as the main choice in dinner.

I your wnat to buy wing sauces InsaneChicken’s has a wide variety of Gourmet Wing Sauces. Hot wings are fairly easy to make and with a great recipe you can become the star at your … Continue Reading

It’s Easy to Make Homemade Hot Pepper Sauce

With the abundance from the gardens right now, many gardeners and folks stocking up at the farmers markets are making delicious salsas as well as canning and freezing their produce right now. But what about making homemade hot pepper sauce? Think it is too difficult? Is it all but forgotten in the world of salsas and BBQ sauces?

Well thankfully the answer to that is no. A simple hot pepper sauce is an easy recipe to follow and it will yield you quite a bit of sauce that you can use for dipping, fiery wings or whatever … Continue Reading

Preserve Your Peppers with Blanching and Freezing

In the summer when the peppers are ripening daily and you have a bevy of fresh produce; it is wonderful to be able to get the fabulous fresh flavors in your food easily.  When it is the dead of winter, it can be just as nice to taste that same fresh flavor by grabbing a container of prepared peppers out of your freezer.

According to Wikipedia, Blanching is a process where a vegetable or fruit is plunged into boiling water, removed after a brief, timed interval, and finally plunged into iced water or placed under cold running water (shocked) to halt … Continue Reading

How to Roast Peppers in a Microwave Oven

If you are pressed for time or experiencing a lot of bad weather, sometimes you are not able to grill when you want to.  The good news is that you can certainly roast your freshly picked peppers in a microwave oven. Here is some direction and tips on how to do that.

Always remember, when handling hot peppers you will need to wear a pair of rubber gloves to protect the skin on your hands. Don’t forget your eyes! You should purchase a cheap pair of plastic protective glasses or wear your own eyeglasses to protect your eyes from splattering pepper … Continue Reading

Italian Wax Peppers

There are so many peppers that are native to different regions around the world. Many of these pepper varieties have been transplanted from cultures that immigrated to other lands hundreds of years ago.  The Italian Wax Pepper is one of those peppers.

This pepper is a native of Northern California and has been growing in the unique climate there since the gold rush era. The name is actually a misnomer.  The Italian Wax Pepper was originally brought to this region by Chilean immigrants.  They settled in a region of Northern California much like their home land with valleys and mountain range … Continue Reading

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