Tabasco mild green pepper sauce
£1.75 (£3.08 per 100ml)
Chilli rating - mild - 1. Mild Tabasco®green pepper sauce. A subtle, tangy flavouring for fish, poultry, salads, soups, snacks and vegetable dishes. There are now two Tabasco®Pepper Sauces; The world famous red Tabasco®Pepper Sauce that was first introduced by the McIlhenny family in 1868 has now been joined by Tabasco®Green Pepper Sauce. Unlike red Tabasco®Sauce (made from red peppers), the new sauce is made from fully ripened green Jalapeño peppers which produces a milder flavour. Tabasco®adds that unmistakable""something special""to every dish.
White Distilled Vinegar, Jalapeño (25%) Pepper, Water, Salt, Corn Starch, Stabiliser Xanthan Gum, Antioxidant Ascorbic Acid"to preserve freshness"
Preparation & Storage
- Try it with Pizza, sandwiches, scrambled egg, pastas, jacket potatoes and burgers.Fish Fillets with SpinachServes 44 x 6 oz / 150g fillets white fishjuice of 1/2 lemon1lb / 500g young spinach chopped fresh green herbs1 clove finely chopped garlic1 oz / 25g butter4 tbsp dry white wine2-4 tsp Tabasco®Green Pepper Sauce salt and freshly ground black pepper.Clean the fish and pat dry. Sprinkle salt and a little lemon juice over the fish. Melt the butter and fry the fillets on both sides over a medium heat for a few minutes until cooked through. Remove the fillets from the pan, add the wine and Tabasco®Green Pepper Sauce and gently heat through. Add garlic, herbs and drained spinach and simmer until spinach is tender (approximately 5 minutes). Serve with ground black pepper.Shake wellPrawn SaladServes 46-8oz / 150g-200g fresh prawns8-12 crisp lettuce leaves2oz / 50g sliced radish2oz / 50g sliced onion4 tbsp white wine vinegargenerous dash of Tabasco®Green Pepper Saucejuice of 1/2 lemonsalt and pepper to tasteCombine prawns, lettuce, radish and onions in a bowl.Prepare vinaigrette by whisking olive oil, white wine vinegar, Tabasco®Green Pepper Sauce and lemon juice together in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper to taste.Pour vinaigrette over salad.