Thursday, February 3, 2011

Spicy Talk

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TABASCO® Original Red. All opinions are 100% mine.

I love spicy food and my husband who loves to cook for me makes it frequently. I have a higher chilly tolerance than most people I know, but I wouldn't say I have fewer taste buds, it's a tolerance that got slowly built up over a few years, and when i first start eating something really hot, there's still the initial shock but after a minute or two I get used to it.

I still can eat non-spicy food, but if can choose, I still prefer some food with a lot of spice on it if possible. So, probably you can guess that I will order Sichuan food in Chinese restaurant, put piri-piri sauces on my Nandos, or put Tabasco on my pizza.

I was always carrying a big bottle (350ml) of Tabasco in my hand-carry bag whenever I was traveling, I haven't been served a meal on the plane that didn't get better with Tabasco. Now, I have to put it inside my check-in luggage, afraid that the customs will confiscate it.

Tabasco is one of those things which can be added to almost any food to improve its taste, my favorite is to use Tabasco Original Red on Pizza. I think it enhance the flavor of the pizza and give it a little zest. If you also like to add Tabasco on your pizza, you must check this page: Pizza Perfected.

Since it's football season and the Super Bowl is right around the corner, it's a pizza time! This is the tradition that we have since we got married and we stick to that game day tradition until now. Of course TABASCO® Original Red is part of this tradition.

I also loves to eat pot-pie with Tabasco. A pot pie is a type of baked savory pie with a bottom and top completely encased by flaky crusts and baked inside a pie tin to support its shape.

This is the recipe:

1. First you will need to get the pot pie. You can make it from scratch if you know how, or you can just buy one from the freezer section in the grocery store.

2. Cook the pot pie as directed.

3. Once it is cooked completely add about a teaspoon of sugar and about four or five shakes of Tabasco sauce to your chicken pot pie (any hot sauce will work, but Tabasco sauce has the best flavor for this recipe).

4. Eat and enjoy!

This gives your chicken pot pie a spicy kick!

Need other recipes or ideas with Tabasco? Simply check: Game-Day Party Menu.

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