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Who doesn't like tater tots and nachos? This quick recipe is the perfect way to satisfy both the adult and six year old inside you. Crispy, savory, and ultimately customizable, this dish is the ideal way to hit all the notes to satisfy friends and family alike! Make it fun and go wild!
Smoky Savory Bean Burgers
This savory and smoky bean patty is loaded with crunchy fried onions, the umami-loaded Somethin' To Beef About spice blend and rides atop a bed of roasted red peppers. With melty muenster cheese and creamy Jalapeno Business mayonnaise slathered all over the nooks and crannies of a crunchy English muffin, you won't say no to this bean burger. Let's make Meatless Monday's amazing!
Jalapeño Business Grilled Trout
The tangy sweet heat of our Jalapeño Business sauce is an incredible pairing with trout - slightly smoky, bright citrus flavors with the funkiness of star anise, cardamom and other pungent flavors capped off a delicious sweetness that builds into a medium heat. How can you not be satisfied?
Wagyu Beef Short Ribs
These amazingly marbled wagyu beef short ribs from E3 Ranch & Co provided the perfect avenue for our sweet, smoky heat of Jalapeno Business and the salty, peppery, umami chocked flavors of Somethin' To Beef About. Of course I had to pull the trigger and make these special! The flavors that came off this cook were out of this world!
Slammin' Beef Jerky
This smoked beef jerky combines two of my favorite flavor profiles - the sweet and fruity heat of Jalapeño Business and the incredibly flavorful umami bomb of Somethin' To Beef About. I smoked it over cherrywood, which lends itself well to the fruity flavors of the marinade. This jerky turns out slightly sweet with a sneaky heat from jalapenos and aleppo chiles and the snappy tang of vinegar to balance it all out.
Jalapeño Mango Shrimp Tacos
Say hello to our Jalapeño Mango Shrimp Tacos. These tacos have it all, satisfying crunches, sour tangs, slight funky tones and delicious sweet heat, all wrapped up in a lovely, pillowy tortilla. These beauties won't linger long on a plate.