You even got yourself a T-shirt with the Huy Fong Sriracha Sauce logo on it. Hey guys, I have recently restarted my Paleo lifestyle after falling of the wagon for a time. I mix Kerrygold with the Trader Joe’s Jalapeno Pepper Hot Sauce.
This page will keep you loaded with Paleo-friendly salsa recipes that you can mix up whenever you need a tasty snack, whether between meals or as a starter to larger meal. And make no mistake, this salsa will still have the heat thanks to a pair of jalapenos. Our Jalapeno hot sauce is mild and used often as an alternative to salad dressing and for sauteing vegetables. All of our hot sauces naturally fall into the category of Paleo, Primal and Whole30. If you’re used to just squeezing the rooster bottle (heehee) for your hot sauce fix, you’ll be shocked at how many more flavor profiles you can get from homemade. Sriracha recipe that I’ve modified from Nom Nom Paleo Cookbook is perfect: My favorite is a combo of red jalapeno or red serrano and mini sweet peppers (the kind you find on veggie trays to eat raw) – smaller and sweeter than bell peppers.
Many of these hot sauces are common in North American supermarkets. I’ve collected FIFTY of the most taste bud teasing recipes for sauces, dressings, dips, mayos, ketchups and more and corralled them all into one convenient post. A fiery and flavorful salsa featuring ripe tomatoes and plenty of spice. And then there’s the jalapeno, which you can easily use to turn the spice level up or down. If you want a milder flavor, remove the seeds from the jalapeno before tossing it in the blender. If you like it hot, go ahead and add a second pepper to the mix.