I grew up in Louisiana, where Tabasco reigns king of hot sauces. From dusty roadside food stands to elegant five-star restaurants, a bottle of this bright red sauce can be found on every table. If you’re unfamiliar with Tabasco, you may be apprehensive to give it a try, envisioning flames emanating from your mouth. In reality, Tabasco is a very versatile sauce. Don’t get me wrong: a few too many drops can light you up. However, in the right measure, Tabasco provides wonderful flavor enhancement.
From Fiery Catfish Fingers to Chicken and Andouille Gumbo, this revised and updated edition of The Tabasco Cookbook contains 80 recipes featuring this favorite condiment of the South, including 20 new recipes for enjoying southern classics and down-home favorites. I highly recommend this book to cooks wanting to spice up their repertoire.
Review Notes: I received a copy of this book from the publisher for review.
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Release Date: February 2, 2016