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Dan’s Prime Smoky Chipotle Seasoning Sauce

 
Dan's Prime Smoky Chipotle Seasoning Sauce
Dan's Prime Smoky Chipotle Seasoning Sauce
Dan's Prime Smoky Chipotle Seasoning Sauce

 
Overview
 

Maker: Dan's Prime Ranch Cookin'
Box 508
Kyle, TX 78640
 
Cost: $3.29 at Central Market (cannot find online seller in the US)
 
Ingredients: Chipotle chiles, naturally fermented cane vinegar, salt, spices, and xanthan powder
 
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Total Score
 
 
 
 
 
2/ 5


User Rating
5 total ratings

 

Positives


Would be great as a recipe ingredient

Negatives


No heat - too much smoke flavor


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Posted July 19, 2012 by

Another find from Central Market – I picked this one up because of the label – I’m going to guess that they’ve either never checked the trademark registration office or that they can get away with using “Smoky Chipotle” because of the misspelling. Either way, I figured Chuck would like to see this one – and I needed a sauce to use on the leftover meatloaf. Since Lauren wasn’t feeling well, I was on my own for dinner, so driving home I decided to make myself a meatloaf sandwich using some of the rosemary bread that I picked up from Central Market.

Dan's Prime Smoky Chipotle Seasoning Sauce

Meatloaf sandwich ala Dan’s Prime Smoky Chipotle Seasoning Sauce

Dan's Prime Smoky Chipotle Seasoning Sauce Meatloaf

Meatloaf Sandwich Close Up

Any hint of chipotle smell is masked by the smell of smoke, but you do get some undertones of the body inside this sauce. Visually, it’s very pretty – almost like a thin BBQ sauce.

Holy smoky salt balls batman. This sauce might as well be liquid smoke. In fact, I would be amazed if it didn’t contain liquid smoke – that “spices” ingredient is a sneaky little bugger. Seriously though, this sauce has so much smoke flavor that if it doesn’t contain liquid smoke, someone needs to figure out how they did it. I’ve never had a sauce this smokey before.

The label has it right though – this should be used as a seasoning only – as in mixed within a recipe, because eating this on something just overpowers ever other flavor on the plate. My poor meatloaf didn’t stand a chance.

Would I buy this again? Probably not. But I won’t throw out the bottle I have – I can find a recipe to mix this into to or perhaps use it as a marinade. If you find this sauce on the shelf, it’s something to consider if you need a recipe ingredient.


Nick Lindauer

 
The Original Hot Sauce Blog


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