|Net contents: 57ml|
A new Jamaican-style hot sauce brought to you from McIlhenny Co. As the world's hottest pepper, the legendary habanero can bring tears to the eye, boasting a Scoville rating of 200,000+ ! Blended with Mango, Papaya, Tamarind, Banana, Ginger and ground Black Pepper, the result is a fruity, yet fiery sauce that adds a Caribbean touch to any dish. It's great as a marinade or for basting. Tabasco Habanero Pepper Sauce - you'll love it so much you just might cry.
• Add to your favourite barbecue, curry and pasta sauce.
• Sprinkle on tacos, fajitas and burritos.
• Zip up cheese and bean dips.
• Brush on grilled steaks, ribs and chicken.
• Stir into mashed or baked potatoes.
• Whisk into hearty chowders, stews and soups.
• Use in ethnic foods - Mexican, Carribean, Asian, African and Cajun.
• Sprinkle on pizza and foccacia.
Tabasco is aged for 3 years in oak barrels to develop its unique aroma and flavour.
Recipe Suggestion: Mango Ginger Dipping Sauce
2 cups puréed ripe Mangoes (from about 2 to 3 mangoes)
2 teaspoons of grated, peeled fresh Ginger marinating in 2 tablespoons of Rice Vinegar, 2 to 4 tablespoons of Tabasco Habanero Pepper Sauce
1 clove of Garlic, chopped
¾ teaspoon of yellow Curry Powder
Juice of an Orange
3 tablespoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
• In a blender, use the purée setting to blend together all the ingredients until the sauce is very smooth.
• Serve at room temperature in small individual bowls.
• Dip grilled chicken, pork, shrimp (prawn) or fish into the sauce for a taste sensation that's straight from the tropics!
Mr. Broussard, the official Historian of Tabasco says: 'Tabasco is made from selected peppers, grown and cared for by the McIlhenny family of Avery Island, Louisiana, for over 100 years.'