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Want to add a little kick to your Thanksgiving dinner? Or maybe you want to make your first year of hosting for the holiday one with unforgettable food that’ll leave your guests wanting more? Add hot sauce! It might sound crazy, but it’s just crazy enough to work.

Thanksgiving Buffalo Roasted Turkey

We as Americans are not strangers to “Buffalo” flavored foods, but the classic dish featuring the hot tang is Buffalo Chicken. If it works on chicken, why not on turkey? Food blogger, Heidi, serves up a mean Buffalo Roasted Turkey.

Ingredients
  • One 12 to 14-pound turkey, giblets, and neck removed; bird rinsed and patted dry, at room temperature
  • 12 tablespoons butter, softened
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • Aromatics such as onion quarters, celery stalks, carrots, fresh herbs such as rosemary, thyme or parsley
  • 1 cup hot sauce (such as Frank’s Red Hot)

You can view Heidi’s entire recipe at Buffalo Roasted Turkey

Turkey is delicious but can’t be the only item on your holiday menu. If you want to add even more spice, here are a few suggestions on what side dishes to serve that include hot sauce.

Who doesn’t love stuffing/dressing? It is a Thanksgiving MUST to go with the turkey. There are many variations, from cornbread dressing, rye, sourdough; some with oysters, some with pancetta. This year, try this Startling Mad Dog Stuffing that features dried bread crumbs and Mad Dog Inferno Hot Sauce!

Instead of just making traditional sweet potato casserole this year, you can opt for this Sweet Potato Buffalo Chicken Casserole. Because who doesn’t like a little spicy with the sweet?

If you’d like to just offer hot sauce to your guests to use as a condiment or to add bottles to the table for those who need more heat, bottles of Thanksgiving-themed hot sauce from Zazzle are perfect! Not only are they functional, but their adorable Thanksgiving artwork on the labels make them decorative, too! Choices include Turkey Time Thanksgiving Hot Sauce and Thanksgiving Cornucopia Field Collection Hot Pepper Sauce; both come in flavors: Chipotle Adobo, Cayenne Garlic, Jalapeno Classic, Fire Roasted Habanero, and Red Savina Habanero.

For more Thanksgiving hot sauce recipes, you can also go to Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes with Hot Sauce.

Whether you make one or all of these odd food items to add hot sauce to this Thanksgiving, you will definitely impress with your spicy, out-of-the-box dish(es). Happy Cooking!

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Hot sauce is a delicious food seasoning, highly sought-after in many cultures. It is also the source of worldwide competitions initiated by heat fanatics that seek the ultimate hot tasting experience.

Still, hot sauce ingredients require a lot of consideration. All that you need is vinegar, water, the pepper source, optional natural thickener, and spices.

What we find instead is that several name brands that carry very famous hot sauces offering products laden with salt, chemical flavors, preservatives to elongate shelf life, and pepper approximates that aim to just burn the customer’s taste buds.

These are hot sauces that no longer seek to please you with flavor. They simply miss the true, hot sauce experience.

A well-made sauce needs no salt, additives or artificial flavors to be “cool” …or is it “hot?”

Anyway, all you need is the right blend of spices to bring out as much flavor as heat.

Mild to Wild Hot Sauces

Our hot sauces do not require any more than 4 to 7 ingredients. The reason is simple. We have our own secret blend of perfectly matched spices already figured out.

We also know which are the best and most powerful peppers to pick. The key is being knowledgeable about the sauce making process. Many people think hot sauce is merely a thrill. At Mild to Wild, hot sauce is a work of art.

What is the difference in the hot sauce options at Mild to Wild?

To put it simply, the answer is: We are not amateurs. We are not trying to win a frat house hot sauce competition, nor do we visualize our customers as that type of consumer.

Yes, we got the very hot stuff in stock. You will burn. You will feel it. You may not be able to take it. What we guarantee, however, is that you will appreciate the flavor of our sauces in such a way, that you may actually work hard at taking in the heat just to eat more sauce.

Here is the low-down on Mild to Wild’s mega spicy and mega-spicy hot sauces. Do not say we did not warn you.

The Mild to Wild Ghost Garlic Hot Sauce-

Boo! You may get the jitters once this one hits you, but at least it has garlic, so at least no vampires, right?

No peppers (or ghosts) were hurt in the making of this sauce

We mixed

  1. Jolokia ghost peppers
  2. our traditional Red Savina Habaneros™
  3. citric acid
  4. vinegar
  5. garlic

It will become one of your favorites! Notice that the Red Savina Habaneros come with a trademark, making them accessible only through Mild to Wild. Curious about what they taste like? Get yourself a bottle today and see for yourself how delicious it is.

Fatality Hot Sauce

Contrary to what it sounds like, the only “fatality” in this sauce is the name of the pepper: The Fataliti chile pepper.

In reality, this sauce is tropical and fruity; the heat is just an added bonus. Don’t believe us? Check out its ingredients. They are nothing to fear!

  1. Fataliti chile peppers
  2. citric acid
  3. vinegar
  4. garlic

Fataliti chile peppers have a curiously unique taste that awakens taste buds differently than your traditional chile sauces. The added garlic adds a bit more exotic flavor to it.

Mild to Wild’s Semper Fry Sauce

Mild to Wild supports all of our men and women serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. We designed this sauce to always remember them and keep them in our hearts. Salute the troops with a delicious addition to your meals. Garlic and heat mix deliciously for this sauce that goes with anything.

Simple ingredients still pack a nice punch of flavor:

  1. Mild to Wild’s trademark Red Savina Habaneros
  2. citric acid
  3. vinegar
  4. garlic

Our Habaneros are at it again! Surely this will be one of your favorite sauces to gift others…or yourself! Enjoy it, and thank a veteran or current member of our Armed Forces today!

Ralph’s Righteous Habanero hot sauce

This mega hot sauce doubles as a conversation starter for any party. Just make sure you warn those who want to try it. Our ingredients say it all. Hand-picked Habaneros that scorch to the touch are the main ingredient.

  1. Mild to Wild’s discretionary Habanero peppers, hand-picked.
  2. vinegar
  3. garlic
  4. salt
  5. Xanthan Gum natural thickener
  6. turmeric
  7. more spices
  8. onion

This hot sauce will blend perfectly with spicy Bloody Mary’s because it already has the onion powder included in the mix. Also, the exotic turmeric and the garlic will surely make any meal smell and taste delicious.

Treat yourself to a bottle of the good stuff! Visit Mild to Wild’s store and go crazy with the heat!

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While grilling season might be getting close to over, that should have little effect on our carnivorous counterparts, who cook up delicious meat all fall and winter long. Their biggest hurdle isn’t the elements, however; it’s finding a great, gluten-free BBQ blend that won’t have people running for the A1 sauce. Here’s a list of our 10 favorite Celiac-friendly sauces to help you on your next shopping trip:

Gayle’s Sweet N’ Sassy Apple Cider Smoke

This is a truly tasty sauce that brings out the smoky flavors of fall. With apple cider undertones and a short ingredients list, this sauce is sure to please.

Hog Heaven Apple Chipotle

With a flavor comparable to a spicy apple pie, you really can’t go wrong. Apply to chicken, ribs, and even veggies for a unique flavor. Besides, everyone loves chipotle!

Grillside Suburban Sweet BBQ Sauce

Thick, sweet, and delectable, this spicy sauce leaves your taste buds begging for more. Surprisingly, the sauce adds a secret flavor of chili, making it great for use with ribs.

Bullseye Original Barbecue Sauce

This sweet and sticky alternative is a classic flavor for any roasting recipe. The rich molasses taste and decadent consistency are to-die-for and will make even the most selective of sauce connoisseurs drool.

Cookie’s Original BBQ Sauce

This straight-to-the-point blend is a good choice for large gatherings, where those invited have a wide range of likes and dislikes. Simple and tasty is the name of the game here!

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que Sensuous Slathering Sauce

Just like the name suggests, this gluten-free alternative is just as tough and delicious as it sounds. The cayenne spice lends a kick to an otherwise sweet and sour mix. Plus, you’ll feel totally tough when using this blend in front of friends.

At Mild to Wild Pepper and Herb Company, we offer a full range of products from sauces for private labeling and retail sales, to bulk chile peppers for the largest of industrial accounts and everything in between! With an extensive selection of hot sauces and barbecue sauces, you are sure to find something that fits your tastes. To place your order today, visit our website and read about all the ingredients that go into our specialty sauces.

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With the increase in awareness of celiac disease, many companies have become aware of the necessity to state whether or not their product is gluten-free.  Some companies have even made gluten-free options to meet the needs of their customers. As summer is quickly approaching, it is nice to think of the gluten-free options that there are for barbecue sauce.  Here is a list of various barbecue sauces that will make for the perfect cookout this summer.

  • Bone-Suckin’ Sauce – This company produces various tomato-based, gluten-free barbecue sauces, varying from hot to mild.  They also have a teriyaki sauce that uses a soy-base.  Also, all of their products do not contain high-fructose corn syrup or MSG making them healthier than some other barbecue sauce options.
  • Kraft Foods/Bull’s Eye BBQ Sauce – Kraft foods offers gluten-free options for barbecue sauce, but it is important to note that their regular sauce is not guaranteed to be gluten-free.  For this reason, you must make sure to buy the specific gluten-free products.
  • Jack Daniels BBQ Sauce –  Surprisingly Jack Daniels BBQ sauce isn’t made with whiskey and is actually produced through Heinz.  With this said, there are only four Jack Daniels BBQ sauce varieties that are listed as being gluten-free; Original #7, Hickory Brown Sugar, and Spicy and Masterblend BBQ.
  • KC Masterpiece – According to a statement on their website, all seven flavors of barbecue sauce they produce are gluten-free but, they warn that the consumer should always read their label before using their barbecue sauce in case there is a change to there recipe.
  • Lip Lickin’ BBQ sauce – This company claims that their two sauce varieties, Bold & Spicy and Sweet & Smoky, are gluten-free.  Though when questioned on how they achieve the smoke taste in their barbecue, they did not respond.
  • Organicville – Organicville is a safe bet since it carries a certification from the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO), stating that their products are 10 parts per million.  Their two sauce varieties are Original Organic BBQ and Tangy Organic BBQ.
  • Sweet Baby Ray’s Gourmet Sauces – The lowest gluten count in any barbecue sauce is Sweet Baby Ray’s, with less than 2.5 parts per million.  Their sauce varieties are also numerous.  (Original, Honey, Hickory & Brown Sugar, Sweet n’ Spicy, Honey Chipotle, and Sweet Vidalia Onion)

As you can see there are many companies that produce barbecue sauce who make products free of gluten in a wide variety of flavors.  Another alternative if you do not trust the labels is to make your own barbecue sauce at home. There are many recipes online that can help you make your own sauce at home if you prefer this.

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Pizza is one of the most versatile foods ever created, consisting as it does of a bread dough base and toppings of sauce, meat, and veggies that are limited only by the imagination. But one condiment that is rarely used on pizza but should be more often is hot sauce.

Is pizza an odd food item to add hot sauce too? Perhaps, but you will find that a little dash of kicked-up pepper juice will be just the thing to bring that Friday night staple up to the next level.

Many people will just take a meat lover’s pizza, with pepperoni and Italian sausage, and add some Louisiana Hot Sauce or Sriracha sauce before putting it into the oven. The results will taste great and will add an extra bite. But with a little imagination, you can remake the standard pizza into something new.

Instead of tomato sauce, use barbeque sauce as the base. Then use chopped barbecue brisket, pulled pork, or sliced links as the toppings. Throw in some chopped onions and peppers. Then, instead of the standard mozzarella and parmesan cheese, used shredded smoked Gouda or Monterrey jack. Then splash your favorite hot sauce on top, bake, slice, and serve as usual.

The same approach works for an Asian-style approach. Use stir-fry chicken and veggies as toppings and then a Thai pepper sauce to kick the whole thing up.

The point of the exercise is that hot sauce-enhanced pizza will make a dish you have likely enjoyed since childhood into something new and wonderful.

At Mild to Wild Pepper and Herb Company, we offer a full range of products from sauces for private labeling and retail sales, to bulk chile peppers for the largest of industrial accounts and everything in between! With an extensive selection of hot sauces and barbecue sauces, you are sure to find something that fits your tastes. To place your order today, visit our website and read about all the ingredients that go into our specialty sauces.

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Ever wondered what is the big deal about gluten and gluten-free foods? Let us give you a quick breakdown on why it matters, and why Mild to Wild cares enough to make the best gluten-free barbecue sauces

What is gluten anyway?

Interestingly enough, the word gluten is a mix of elastic proteins that exist naturally in grains and types of grain. It is also what makes bread “doughy.” The point is that some folks just can’t digest it, and some other folks become allergic to it. The reason behind this is that the proteins in gluten are irritants to the belly, and tend to hit it right on the lining. Think about Celiac disease, Crohn’s, and other belly problems that are quite harsh if you do not identify the source of the problem

Do not fret. We got you covered!

Gluten does not occur in corn starch, which is the thickener of choice in Mild to Wild barbecue sauces. We also believe in using 100% natural ingredients. This means zero preservatives or artificial sweeteners.

Here are some other words you will not see printed on our labels:

  • flavoring – Our flavors come straight from the stuff that the source is made of. No need for artificial flavoring.
  • emulsified- This is a production process that may involve the use of gluten protein.
  • stabilized -This is another process that involves the protein.
  • starch- Unless it is cornstarch, which contains no gluten.

The ingredients in our gluten-free barbecue sauces are so high quality that less is more. Our typical barbecue sauce has, as its base, our traditional secret blend of spices, tomato paste, brown sugar, vinegar, and cornstarch to thicken. Our ingredients vary according to flavor, but none of the naturally fresh taste is every sacrificed.

Fiery Habanero:

  • Tomato sauce (brown sugar, vinegar, tomato paste)
  • Stone-ground Red Savina™ habanero
  • Apple-smoked dried Red Savina™ habanero
  • Mild to Wild’s original and secret blend of spices
  • Cornstarch

Notice the “trademark” in our delicious Red Savinas. You can only taste them here.

Original Finishing- The sauce that made “Mild to Wild”

  • Tomato sauce (brown sugar, vinegar, tomato paste)
  • Fully ripened stone- ground red jalapeños
  • Mild to Wild’s original and secret blend of spices
  • Cornstarch

Southwest Chipotle

  • Vinegar
  • Brown sugar
  • Ground Chipotle pepper
  • Tomato paste
  • Spices
  • Cornstarch

This is what gluten-free looks like. Our bottled sauces will make you feel good on the inside and love your food from the outside. Treat yourself to a bottle today.

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When it comes to cooking with hot sauce, there are a lot of different meat dishes that you think of. However, a steak is usually not one of them. Can a big juicy beautiful steak benefit from a little bit of hot sauce added to the cooking process? You bet it can.

There are several different techniques that you can use when applying hot sauce to steak. The first is to use it in a marinade. This can consist of all hot sauce if you covet extreme sauce flavor and heat. However, because of the high presence of sugars, you need to be careful to grill over a lower flame to prevent burning. Alternatively, more people prefer adding a bit of hot sauce into a more complex marinade to get a bit of heat without it being overwhelming.

Another technique for people who want the same punch without the worry of burning on the grill is to add the sauce within the last few minutes of cooking. This gives your meat a punchy and flavorful crust while still letting the meat flavor shine within. By brushing it on in the last minutes, you also allow it to caramelize with the meat without completely charring.

The final and easily the most popular option is to created a hot sauce butter to finish or dip the meat in. This is essentially like creating a good wing sauce by combining hot sauce with melted butter. You get that rich buttery flavor with the spice blast of hot sauce. It makes the meat absolutely addicting with its addition.

At Mild to Wild Pepper and Herb Company, we offer a full range of products from sauces for private labeling and retail sales, to bulk chile peppers for the largest of industrial accounts and everything in between! With an extensive selection of hot and barbecue sauces, you are sure to find something that fits your tastes. To place your order today, visit our website and read about all the ingredients that go into our specialty sauces.

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If you are not too familiar with hot peppers, this reading may save you a lot of headaches and perhaps even other types of aches, too. Cooking with hot sauce is not a dangerous task, but the handling of the pepper, or hot pepper sauce, may definitely be. You should familiarize yourself with the type of hot pepper sauce that you will work with. You should also cook with protective gear and make a habit of cleaning up your tools throughout the process. Finally, it is important to clear up all surfaces, including cooking utensils and pans. Read on more, and you will learn how to prevent pesky little issues when cooking with hot sauce.

Why cook with hot sauce?

Hot sauce is one of the best ingredients to cook with. Capsinoids, found in hot peppers, are antioxidants that help regulate weight control, hypertension, and even diabetes. Moreover, hot sauce adds a much-needed punch of texture, taste, and aroma to dishes that are normally bland. Ever heard of Huevos Rancheros? For this particular dish, a simple dash of hot sauce turns regular fried eggs into an exotic confection. Still, be extra careful.

  1. Know your pepper Prior to cooking, research more about which hot sauce you are using. Peppers (and their sauces) have degrees of heat measured by the Scoville scale. The hotter the pepper, the higher up it will rank in the scale. Use your common sense to determine how well you wish to protect delicate areas such as your eyes, nose skin, and hands.
  2. Protective gear Do not fret. All you may need is the same simple gear that most cooks wear to avoid job hazards, such as spilling sauces or hot grease. Just remember that hot sauce contains water that evaporates during the cooking process. The fumes may hurt your eyes and delicate skin areas. To avoid irritation, prepare ahead of time with masks and gloves if needed.
  3. Watch your hands The key issue when cooking with hot sauce is watching how you use your hands throughout. Watch out for any tendency to scratch yourself, play with your hair, rub your eyes, bite your nails, or rub your nose. All of these hand movements may lead to the sauce accidentally getting under your nails, or in your eyes.
  4. Wash, wash, wash Build a habit of washing everything you use, as you go. Wash your hands, gloves, pans, and spoons. Cover and identify any dish made with hot sauce to avoid people peeking in and trying to taste it without knowing what is inside.
  5. Clear up your kitchen Depending on the level of heat of your food, just make sure to clear and wipe well all surfaces used to cook. Wipe your stove and countertop area with a damp cloth, and then pat dry it. This way your guests won’t accidentally touch any area where sauce may have spilled.

Cooking with hot sauce is fun and delicious. Just take these small pointers, and enjoy your culinary experience with extra care. If all you are doing is adding a dash of flavor to your food, you will do just fine. However, if you are creating a very hot dish, be sure to follow these guidelines, and enjoy stress-free cooking!

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You read food labels to check for calorie content, fat content, sugar, and even sodium. You feel pretty sure about what ingredients you put in your body. Still, very few people focus on the ingredients that go in their favorite foods. These ingredients are the reason behind the number of calories, fat, sugar, and sodium in foods in the first place! All this being said, have you ever wondered what’s in your barbecue sauces?

The making of a barbecue sauce

The pairing of meat and sauce dates back to the 17th century, where public houses that sold smoked meats would also offer a separate serving of sauce, whether wet or creamy, to moisten the bite. Eventually, cooks everywhere became more sophisticated and worked on flavors to create their own signature sauces to add to meats.

In the United States, barbecue sauces are regionally different. The ingredients change from one state to the next, and the flavors and colors of each sauce are as unique as the patrons who consume them.

Therefore, making a barbecue sauce is not a matter of mixing ingredients together; it could also be a historical and culinary art form.

What goes inside?

Even though sauces are different from one location to another, some ingredients are universally used as the basic sources of flavor. They are, in no particular order:

  1. water- the basic combiner of all ingredients
  2. vinegar- adds tartness, which contrasts with all the other flavors. It also penetrates the meat and adds even more punch to all ingredients. Vinegar is either left in its pure form or used as apple vinegar, balsamic, etc.
  3. sugar and salt- the combination, along with vinegar, amalgamate the taste of the food and makes it more adventurous to the palate.

Cooks may also choose to add the following ingredients:

  • Ketchup or tomato paste for the thickness and base flavor of the sauce
  • molasses
  • paprika
  • lemon juice
  • dry mustard
  • meat drippings
  • pineapple juice
  • pepper seeds or hot sauce
  • olive oil
  • cornstarch

Essentially, you can create your own version of a barbecue sauce, but here are the keywords for success: fresh and natural ingredients.

What about Mild to Wild sauces?

A traditional Mild to Wild sauce will contain no more than 6 natural ingredients. We combine them perfectly to bring out the best flavor possible. Our Chipotle barbecue sauce, for example, contains the following seasonings:

  • vinegar
  • brown sugar
  • Chipotle pepper
  • tomato paste
  • spices
  • cornstarch

If you can pronounce it, you can digest it. These simple addends make up for an amazing punch!

Why Mild to Wild?

We make our barbecue sauces with natural stuff found on earth. Our products are not processed, naturally gluten-free, and will never become allergens. This is because we do not add any preservatives or artificial flavors to any of our sauces. What you taste is nature itself, with a perfect combination of tasty mixes that will make you the next king or queen of the grill.

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When you read the title of this article, you either wrinkled your nose in disgusted confusion or nodded in exuberant agreement. Whichever the reaction was, hear this: eggs and egg dishes are AMAZING with hot sauce added! Not only does this spicy condiment add flavor and kick to otherwise bland eggs, the sauce, itself, is full of health benefits that you didn’t consider the last time you put a line of it on your taco. Specifically, eggs and hot sauce are a delicious pair that throws your metabolism an unexpected curveball.

Capsaicin, the active ingredient in the peppers used to make hot sauce, produces pain-relieving side effects, speeds up metabolism, and even reduces the likelihood of prostate cancer. The hotter the hot sauce, the more of this delightfully scorching ingredient you are ingesting. The burning sensation triggers the release of endorphins, the chemicals in your brain that ease pain, and can provide relief of things like arthritis or chronic back pain. Eating spicy hot sauce can provide a temporary metabolic boost, which helps to control appetite and suppresses pesky cravings.

Eggs are, of course, nature’s superfood. Packed full of protein, vitamins, and the incredibly important folic acid, eggs provide a solid portion of essential nutrients to begin or continue your day healthily. Though once thought to contribute to high cholesterol, eating more egg whites than yolks and preparing the product in a healthy manner can actually contribute to overall health.

Combine these two tasty and substantially healthy foods, and you are in for not only a culinary treat but will gain some undoubtedly great health benefits from their powers, combined. Before you turn your nose up and move on, consider trying hot sauce on your next omelet!

At Mild to Wild Pepper and Herb Company, we offer a full range of products from sauces for private labeling and retail sales, to bulk chile peppers for the largest of industrial accounts and everything in between! With an extensive selection of hot sauces and barbecue sauces, you are sure to find something that fits your tastes. To place your order today, visit our website and read about all the ingredients that go into our specialty sauces.

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