Providing a tantalizing taste adventure for the hot sauce lover, Cholula hot sauce seethes with the robust flavor of piquin peppers, chile arbol, and other unique spices that complement the natural flavor of foods. Known as the "flavorful fire," Cholula is a versatile and addicting sauce that can deliciously regenerate such ordinary foods as omelets, soups, meats and even alcoholic drinks like Bloody Marys, without the sometimes harsh bite of Tabasco sauce.
Makers of Cholula have created three other kinds of their sauce in addition to the original recipe. These are:
Cholula is the name of a 2,500 year old city in Mexico that originally meant "the place of retreat" in pre-Hispanic language. As a popular hot sauce in regional areas, Cholula rapidly expanded its fan base into larger cities where it eventually became recognized by its trademark wooden cap and bright yellow label. Perfected in the small town of Chapala which is near Guadalajara, Cholula hot sauce has been enhancing the flavor of food for nearly four generations in Mexico and made its way to American tastebuds about ten years ago.
Want to impress family members with a soup that will have them scraping the bottom of their bowls? Try this Cholula Chicken Corn Chowder recipe:
Combine bacon, onion and red pepper in saucepan and cook for several minutes. Add flour, stirring so ingredients don't turn brown. Slowly add the remaining ingredients and bring the mixture to a boil. Simmer for about 30 minutes until the chowder begins to thicken. Don't forget to take out the bay leaf, pour in milk until the chowder is as thick you want it to be and serve it with pride.
What better way to entertain than to make these wonderfully invigorating mixed drinks for unsuspecting guests:
Try experimenting with the reckless, bold flavor of Cholula hot sauce and see what sort of delectable inventions you can create.