On our label we have some suggested ways to enjoy our sauces, but folks come up with new ideas all the time. Here are some of our favorites that you have shared with us on Facebook and Twitter. Thanks for sharing!
How People Are Using Our Sauces
Naomi - Madison
I am going to spread the Sweet Pepper Sauce on a small wheel of brie, top it with toasted sliced almonds and wrap with a sheep of puff pastry. Bake it in the oven until pastry is finished and spread it on a baguette. All kinds of yummy goodness in the making.
Jim - Waunakee
I mixed up about one third sweet and two thirds hot. Poured it on a bunch of chicken wings! Put them in the pit for about 30 minutes of smoke and then grilled them. WOW! Great stuff!
Jose - Madison/San Antonio (our returning champion)
Just tried your Wisco Tropical Hot Sauce on some wings and they were great! Going to try both the sweet and hot sauce on some fish, will let you know how it goes! Tried the Sweet Pepper Sauce with some Cajun shrimp, WOW Fantastic!! A great blend like a coconut shrimp taste. Thanks again!!
Clay - Milwaukee
I glazed a grilled salmon with 1/2 hot 1/2 sweet. I have also sliced some granny smith apples into some baby arugula then hit the salad with the sweet pepper sauce, a bit of olive oil, red wine vinegar, salt and pepper. Amazing.
Prep Time: 30 mins Makes: 24
24 – wonton wrappers
6-8 oz – thinly sliced deli corned beef, chopped
1/3 cup – Sauerkraut, rinsed and drained well
6 oz – cream cheese (soften in microwave 10-15 seconds)
5 oz – Wisco Tropical Pepper Sauce
Press wonton wrappers into miniature muffin cups coated with cooking spray. Bake at 350 degrees for 6-7 minutes, (until lightly browned)
Meanwhile, in a small bowl mix corned beef, sauerkraut, cream cheese. Spoon into wanton cups.
Bake for 8-10 additional minutes. Add a small dollop of any Wisco Tropical Pepper Sauce and serve.