Lentil Veggie Stew (Throat Punch or Hab Hop)
This recipe has a bit of prep work but that can be done the night before so the day of, it takes 5min to start and then let it cook throughout the day for the best flavor. This recipe was excellent with 2 different SH’ That’s Hot! Sauces – for a hotter version use Throat Punch or for medium heat, use Habanero Hop Infusion – each adds a different flavor but the perfect amount of heat … or try both on different days for more variety. Enjoy!
Hoppy Breakfast To You! (crustless quiche)
If you are searching for a delicious, healthy breakfast for your family or a party, this simple and easy crustless vegetable quiche has a ton of flavor and will keep everyone coming back for more. I make this dish with SH’ That’s Hot! Habanero Hop Infusion which adds a great dimension of flavor and is perfect for those with gluten intolerance.
20min meal: Veggie Chicken Pasta with a kick
This easy and quick dinner recipe is full of flavor and nutrients. Because SH' That's Hot! Habanero Hop Infusion is made with garlic and is full of flavor, just a little on your chicken creates intense flavor with just enough heat (1-2 out of 10 on the heat scale). Habanero Hop Infusion takes the place of onions, garlic, salt and spices. It produces an incredible depth of flavor, especially in only 20 minutes, plus this healthy recipe has the perfect amount of carbs, proteins and vegetables. Don’t know much about hops? Well they make beer AND hot sauce better. At SH’ That’s Hot!, we use Citra hops which add a wonderful citrus flavor and aroma making the sauce perfect for eggs, tacos AND COOKING.
Fruit Salad with a spicy twist
The best combination of sweet, salty and spicy. Try this quick & easy fruit salad with a twist at your next BBQ or block party that will have the whole party talking and asking for more. Made with SH’ That’s Hot! Habanero Hop Infusion, it adds just enough heat and flavor that will keep everyone surprised and asking for the recipe. Don't let the Habanero scare you ... the spice level is moderate and you can adjust based on the amount of sauce you use. The hops bring out a citrus flavor and aroma that takes this recipe to a new level. In a pinch, use whatever fruit you have in the fridge or what's in season (would be great with heirloom tomatoes, apples, pears or pineapple as well).