Lime Cilantro and Jalapeños. How can that be bad at all! This stuff is pure gold. It is a spicy and fresh sauce to put on any sandwich, salad, eggroll, jalapeño poppers, tacos, burritos, rice, beans, ice cream, brownies, or whatever your heart desires. (Don’t really put it on your ice cream or brownie, that’s weird. I know some of you will.)
It is super simple to make and can store in the refrigerator for several months.
This would go perfectly with the Rattlesnake Bites we made earlier.
Lime Cilantro and Jalapeño Aioli
A spicy and tangy sauce that compliments any Tex-Mex meal.
Combine it all in your blender and puree until it runs smooth.
Make sure to stick it in the Fridge for at least 3 hours for the ingredients to marry.
One of the best sauces whenever I go to Buffalo Wild Wings is the Mango Habanero sauce. The tangy citrus combined with the sweetness of the mango and the blast of heat from the Habanero make this a winner all the way around.
The best part is that you can make it from the comfort of your own home with little effort. You can probably train your dog to make it if you really want, but he probably lacks thumbs to really get anything done.
Anyways! Enjoy the recipe!
If you love this recipe, check out our Olive Garden Italian Dressing Recipe.
Mango Habanero Sauce
A sweet and spicy sauce that goes well with any chicken dish. It is sure to give your dish the kick it deserves.
Dice the Habanero as small as you can get and combine with all the other ingredients in a medium saucepan. On medium heat, simmer for 20 minutes and then chill in the fridge for a couple hours.
Mojo Criollo is a staple in all Cuban households. It can be used for a variety of different things including to marinade your pork roast or used as a dipping sauce for your plantains or yuca. The strong garlic mixed with the sour citrus is a powerful and delicious combination.
This is another influence we can trace back to the Arabs into Spain. They brought the flavors of the Sour Orange with them. When Spain colonized Cuba, they brought with them that flavor. Once in Cuba, the Garlic was added.
Give it a try! You will not be disappointed.
Here we have a traditional Cuban dipping sauce and marinade. It is used in pretty much every Cuban dish and goes great as a dipping sauce for Plantains and Yuca.
Peel and mash the garlic cloves using a garlic press and combine with all the other ingredients.