Throwback recipe from childhood. Much better ingredients that the canned stuff.
Do you enjoy Buffalo wings, but don't always like the mess? This dip is just like eating your favorite flavor of wings without the need for packs of wet wipes.
Healthy Recipes Variations is a gluten free food blog that recently posted a BBQ Chicken Pineapple Pizza recipe featuring our Sweet and Spicy Sauce. We met at the Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo at the Del Mar Fairgrounds earlier this month and she had to give her new saucy find a try in the kitchen. It sounds delish, so check out the recipe on her blog.
The Organic Kitchen has an easy to make pulled chicken sandwich recipe featuring Sauce Goddess Sweet and Spicy sauce with a flavorful mayo based coleslaw. Perfect for game day, tailgating, family gatherings or movie night. Of course, you’re favorite Sauce Goddess flavor can be used in the recipe.
The Rural Electric Nebraskan featured Sauce Goddess in their August 2016 issue along with some great recipes. Here is a snapshot or you can visit their website.
This recipe is really great for parties. It’s a mild combination of sweet shrimp and smoked slightly salty bacon. The thin Sweet & Tangy marinade is a nice compliment.
This is much more fun (and sinful) than low cal ranch dipping sauce with raw peppers. It’s perfect for meals on the grill or tantalizing appetizer. It takes a bit more time but so worth it!
It doesn’t get much easier than this Sauce Goddess version of Chicken Wing Dip. It’s got a wonderful BBQ flavor with than yummy blue cheese. Positively addictive.
This recipe is designed for that perfect Super Bowl Football Party. All the prep can be done ahead of time and then just set it out and let your guests assemble their very own wrap. These are small size but when they are full, they will fill you up for sure. Lay out all the following ingredients on big cutting board or platter. Give your guests place to assemble.
If you want to spice up your eggplant dishes this is a great recipe to use, or serve up the eggplant as the main course. Either way this adds great flavor to a versatile veggie.