spice, and we know a thing or two about delicious hot sauce and habanero
peppers. Adding hot sauce to your food gives your dishes lots of flavor without
having to add unnecessary fat to your meal. Because we used to do Crossfit and
me being a Celiac, we know the Paleo diet, low carb recipes, and a lot about
healthy eating in general. I’d love to share some recipes with you guys!
picked out El YucaTeco Hot Sauce. I was especially excited to try their new
sauce, Black Label Reserve (exclusive to Walmart!). It sounds enticing, doesn’t
it? This brand is located in their Hispanic Foods aisle, it was easy to find.
got to be my favorite. It has a nice amount of heat with a bit of a smoky
to a bowl. Put on plastic gloves (or mix ingredients with a spoon. DO NOT USE
BARE HANDS!). Add extra virgin olive oil & El Yucateco Hot Sauce (Black
Label Reserve). Fully coat the seeds, mix well.
an eye on your sunflower seeds and make sure they don’t burn.
This is so easy to make…
Yucatecca Sauce Salsa Picante de Chile Habanero (red sauce)
over medium heat and mix in all the other ingredients. Turn the heat to low and
simmer until the wings are ready to be tossed in the sauce.
degrees(F) and boil a large pot of salt water
chicken wings for 7 to 8 minutes. DO NOT SKIP THIS PART. Remove the chicken
wings and let them drip dry on a wire rack.
line it with parchment paper. Give the parchment paper a quick spray or brush
of olive oil to prevent sticking.
But dry them further by patting them down with a paper towel.
sheet, do not let them touch
dashes of salt. Lightly brush the melted butter and salt over the wings.
minutes. After 30 minutes flip the chicken wings and cook them for an
additional 10 minutes.
them in a large mixing bowl with your homemade wing sauce. Serve immediately
Originally, I was going to grill these, but it’s been raining like crazy in my neck of the woods. Have no fear, I’ve got a fantastic recipe for Oven BBQ Chicken! I love making my own BBQ sauce because I find that a lot of the stuff from the store is way too sweet for my liking. That’s the beauty of making your own sauces, you taste as you go, and customize your creations.
paste 1 cup water
Tbsp. onion powder
PREHEAT OVEN TO 400 DEGREES.
Paleo BBQ Sauce-
Add all ingredients into a sauce pan and cook on medium for 20 minutes, simmer, and constantly stir. Taste as you go. You may need to add a bit more honey or salt (it will help bring out the flavor).
Because I eat a lot of salad, I go through dressing pretty fast. Years ago, I figured out I could make my own. Homemade is always a winner in my book.
This vinaigrette is not hot at all, it’s an explosion of flavor. Sweet, tangy, and savory.
Do you have any clean eating tips?