Cooking is my passion that is why, next to our bedroom where our computer is, you can mostly see me in the kitchen. For a person who loves to cook like me, a kitchen is not a kitchen if it is not well equipped with tools and of course not complete with cooking ingredients and spices.
I did not want spicy foods much until my husband introduced me the TABASCO. Since then the TABASCO® Original Red, the most popular sauce of TABASCO’s six sauces, has become part of our every meal. Maybe for most people, hot sauce is only for pizza, especially now that the Super Bowl is right around the corner. Pizza and TABASCO® Original Redhas become a game tradition already. It seems like the hotness in each bite of pizza makes the game more exciting. But for me and my husband, the possibilities are just endless. We use TABASCO on sandwiches, pasta and even on sardines. Just today, we had it on our hotdog sandwich. With TABASCO we take pleasure in every bite because it enhances the flavor of the food.
I know you are looking forward on seeing the Super Bowl with you family while eating your favorite snack. Why not try new recipes with TABASCO® Original Red? You can check out the Game-Day Party Menu page for some simple ideas & recipes for food everyone loves or you can try the Beef Nacho Platter recipe below.
½ kilo lean ground beef
2 tbsp cooking oil
1 cup cooked red kidney beans
1 cup tomato catsup
1 1/2 tbsp TABASCO® Original Red
1/4 cup celery stalks (sliced thinly)
1 cup grated cheddar cheese
2 tomatoes (cut into small squares)
2 cups tortilla chips or nachos
Brown ground beef in over medium heat, stirring until it crumbles and is no longer pink. Add tomato catsup, TABASCO® Original Red, celery and red kidney beans. Mix well. Line platter with lettuce leaves. Pour the meat mixture, grated cheese and tomatoes. Place the tortilla chips or nachos on top or side of plate.
If your family does not want to explore new recipes because pizza has become your family’s tradition during the Super Bowl, you can try the Pizza Perfected recipes instead.