These spicy roasted chili garlic cauliflower wings bring the heat 🔥 Batter in eggs and coconut flour, roast at 450 for 20 minutes (flip halfway), toss in a mixture of ghee and our Chili Garlic Hot Sauce, and roast another 7 minutes!
🔸Grain Free 🔸 Paleo 🔸 Whole30 🔸
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Rating: ⭐⭐ Heat:🔥🔥🔥 Imported from Florida USA into my local TK Maxx store, this sauce claims to be so hot it's radioactive. Here's my review of @HalfMoonBayTC's 'Atomic Pepper Sauce.
👁 I have a soft spot for these massively over the top hot sauces labels. It's just awesome. I mean it's a goddam lizard with a hard hat on what's not to like? It's garish and bold and evokes all the playfulness that hot sauce should. It certainly grabbed my attention enough for me to pick it up!
👅 Unfortunately the taste doesn't live up to the excitement of the cover. It's one of those hot sauces that taste of vinegar and salt and not much else. There is a heat but it's not quite as punchy as the label would suggest. They profess it to be 'about as hot as you can get without extracts' and that's just not the case. Put some Carolina Reapers or Komodo Dragons in there and you'll get a sauce much much hotter. Anyway although they do use natural ingredients to me it just falls short of the mark.
👬 It's like a less good version of Frank's. So maybe best for use in some cooking, or on a burger stand selling cheap overpriced meat to fair goers.
🍕 It's a watery sauce so not a dip and maybe a little too hot for a go too table sauce. You could maybe drink it for a dare?
Find it here: www.marionskitchen.com or @marionskitchen Title: Coconut Sriracha Company: Marion’s Kitchen Ingredients: Sugar, Water, Vinegar, Coconut Milk, Red Chili Pepper, Salt, Garlic, Xanthan Gum. Smell: This sauce has an incredibly simplistic and basic aroma, but its not a bad thing. The very first thing that you will smell is the coconut as it has that tropical, creamy, sweet aroma that coincides with the Red Chili Pepper and Garlic as they bring out more savory and robust flavors. The sauce overall smells sweet, and you can pick up a little bit of the zing from the vinegar in the background of the aroma. Pour: The sauce has a creamy thickness to it and a bright orange color. The sauce reminds me more of a buffalo wing sauce rather then a sriracha sauce. Taste: The sauce itself is extremely satisfying and tasty yet very simplistic. Instantly the creamy sweetness from the coconut milk hits you, but then dissipates for a moment to bring you a nice upfront garlic flavor followed by the Red Chili Pepper that has a semi-sweet, savory flavor, then in the aftertaste the coconut milk hits you again. All the while, the sugar is adding additional sweetness, while the salt is balancing everything. The vinegar is not overpowering but is present as it provides a tanginess to the sauce. If you like Coconut, you would really enjoy this sauce. This sauce would be great on pretty much anything, but especially good as a dipping sauce or used for chicken wings. I would give this simplistic but tasty sauce a solid 8/10 on flavor. Heat: The amount of Red Chili Peppers in this sauce is prominent as you will get a nice medium level burn that hits instantly and lingers for a while. I would give this a 4.5/10 on heat as it gives the perfect medium level heat that most people can enjoy. #hotsauce#hotsauces#hotsauceoneverything#hotsauceinmybag#hotsaucelover#hotsauceaddict#hotsaucechallenge#chilihead#chiliheads#chilisauce#pepperhead#peppersauce#spicyfood#spicyfoods#spicyfoodlover#spicyspicy#spicysauce#sriracha#coconutsauce#coconut#marionskitchen#srirachasauce#hotpepper#hotpeppers#hotpeppersauce