These spicy roasted chili garlic cauliflower wings bring the heat 🔥 Batter in eggs and coconut flour, roast at 450 for 20 minutes (flip halfway), toss in a mixture of ghee and our Chili Garlic Hot Sauce, and roast another 7 minutes!
🔸Grain Free 🔸 Paleo 🔸 Whole30 🔸
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Find it here: www.marionskitchen.com or @marionskitchen Title: Coconut Sriracha Company: Marion’s Kitchen Ingredients: Sugar, Water, Vinegar, Coconut Milk, Red Chili Pepper, Salt, Garlic, Xanthan Gum. Smell: This sauce has an incredibly simplistic and basic aroma, but its not a bad thing. The very first thing that you will smell is the coconut as it has that tropical, creamy, sweet aroma that coincides with the Red Chili Pepper and Garlic as they bring out more savory and robust flavors. The sauce overall smells sweet, and you can pick up a little bit of the zing from the vinegar in the background of the aroma. Pour: The sauce has a creamy thickness to it and a bright orange color. The sauce reminds me more of a buffalo wing sauce rather then a sriracha sauce. Taste: The sauce itself is extremely satisfying and tasty yet very simplistic. Instantly the creamy sweetness from the coconut milk hits you, but then dissipates for a moment to bring you a nice upfront garlic flavor followed by the Red Chili Pepper that has a semi-sweet, savory flavor, then in the aftertaste the coconut milk hits you again. All the while, the sugar is adding additional sweetness, while the salt is balancing everything. The vinegar is not overpowering but is present as it provides a tanginess to the sauce. If you like Coconut, you would really enjoy this sauce. This sauce would be great on pretty much anything, but especially good as a dipping sauce or used for chicken wings. I would give this simplistic but tasty sauce a solid 8/10 on flavor. Heat: The amount of Red Chili Peppers in this sauce is prominent as you will get a nice medium level burn that hits instantly and lingers for a while. I would give this a 4.5/10 on heat as it gives the perfect medium level heat that most people can enjoy. #hotsauce #hotsauces #hotsauceoneverything #hotsauceinmybag #hotsaucelover #hotsauceaddict #hotsaucechallenge #chilihead #chiliheads #chilisauce #pepperhead #peppersauce #spicyfood #spicyfoods #spicyfoodlover #spicyspicy #spicysauce #sriracha #coconutsauce #coconut #marionskitchen #srirachasauce #hotpepper #hotpeppers #hotpeppersauce
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Find it here: www.originaljuanspecialtyfoods.worldsecuresystems.com Or @spicinfoods Title: Noel’s Dia de Los Muertos Hot Sauce Company: Original Juan Specialty Foods Ingredients: Red Serrano Peppers, Vinegar, Cane Sugar, Water, Mango Puree Concentrate, Salt, Natural Flavor. Smell: As soon as you crack the bottle open you get a huge whiff of sweetness, mainly coming from the Mango. The Mango stands out the most in the aroma of this simplistic hot sauce as it gives off a sweet, fruity, tropical and slightly citrus vibe. The next thing I smell is the Red Serrano peppers which have a slightly sweet aroma in comparison to a green serrano. The red serrano also brings out some floral and earthy notes. The vinegar is only slightly noticeable in the aroma, but it is being pushed far back due to the overtones of mango, which could be a good or bad thing. Pour: Overall, the sauce has a thin consistency but has a slight syrupiness to it. You can also see strands of ingredients including pepper strands and seeds in the sauce. Taste: The flavor of the sauce is not what I was expecting. The Vinegar is very present in the flavor as it’s the first thing you will taste. The moment the sauce hits your tongue you get the vinegar upfront as it gives you that classic acidic tanginess that you find in most common hot sauces, but then you get this instantaneous combination of the Red Serrano and Mango as the Red Serrano adds a pepper-forward, slightly sweet, and floral flavor that mixes well with the tropical fruity sweetness of the mango. The Cane sugar adds sweetness to the sauce while the salt helps in conjunction to the vinegar. Overall, this would be a great hot sauce to use as a marinade for chicken wings but would also be great on pretty much everything. Putting this sauce on a pineapple chicken burrito sounds awesome. Just be warned that this sauce is vinegar heavy. I would give this simplistic yet tasty sauce an 7.5/10 on flavor. Heat: You get a good medium level burn from the sauce as the Red Serrano hits fast but then fades quickly. I would give this a 4/10 on heat. #hotsauce #hotsauces #hotsauceoneverything #hotsauceinmybag #hotsaucelover #hotsauceaddict
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