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Just sprinkle Taipan BBQ’s East Coast Buffalo Crystals directly onto your wings, to taste, right after baking or frying.
To create a Buffalo-style Wing Sauce, simply mix equal parts of Buffalo Crystals with White Vinegar and melted butter, then mix to create a delicious sauce and toss your cooked wings through, coating fully.
Serve with Blue Cheese or Ranch dressing – Enjoy!
Tip: For plump and juicy chicken breast fillets – lightly coat breasts with olive oil and then generously coat with rub both sides, bake in oven at 180c for 30 mins and let rest for a further 5 mins. Delicious!
Made with all natural ingredients and None of the Nasties.
A comfy pair of socks with little chillis all over them… what more do you need to know?
These bad boys are hot. Chicks dig em, guys wanna wear em. Wear them to work, your best friend’s wedding, or just with your favourite undies and a pair of sunnies as you slide around the house – hey, no judgements here.
Sambal is a sauce made from chilies, spices, herbs, and aromatics. It is a popular condiment in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore. Sambal has a complex flavour that is all at once earthy, spicy and hot.
Sambals can be eaten with almost anything – noodle dishes, grilled meats, fish, burgers, pizza or as a substitution for chilli sauce in your favourite chicken wings recipe. Anywhere you use chilli sauce or a spicy dip, replace it with sambal for an instant upgrade. With a basic sambal base, you can mix and match ingredients to create whatever flavours you like.
Sambal goes just as well with noodles such as Mee Goreng (fried noodles) or Nasi Goreng (fried rice). It can also be served with Roti Canai (Malaysian flat bread).
Dishes aren’t complete unless they’ve a hearty dollop of this versatile condiment.
Origin: Blended with Australian and Imported spices
Celery salt is a spice blend made of ground celery seeds and salt. It is commonly used as a seasoning for meats, vegetables, and salads. It can also be used as a rimming salt for cocktails, especially Bloody Marys. To use celery salt, simply sprinkle it over your desired food or dish. It can also be added to marinades or rubs for meats. Celery salt can add a slightly salty and slightly sweet flavour to your dishes.
Basil seeds are commonly used in cooking and herbal medicine. In cooking, they are used as a thickening agent in drinks, desserts, and soups. To use them, the seeds are soaked in water for 10-15 minutes until they swell up and become gelatinous. In herbal medicine, basil seeds are believed to have a variety of health benefits, including aiding digestion and reducing inflammation. They can be consumed directly or added to drinks and smoothies. Basil seeds are also sometimes used in cosmetics and skincare products for their moisturizing properties.
The versatile, gourmet salt of choice for kosher cooking-holiday time or any time.
The Kosher Salt Difference
Coarse-flaked and Kosher-this is the salt of choice for professional chefs and home cooks alike.
Pure in taste and quick to dissolve, this Kosher Salt is the ideal choice for kashering, brining and canning.
And unlike other boxed salts, the easy-to-reseal, free flow top keeps your Kosher Salt just where you want it to go and won’t leave messy salt trails in your cabinets and pantry!
Aniseed is commonly used as a flavouring agent in various culinary dishes, such as bread, pastries, and beverages. It is also used in the production of liqueurs and spirits, including the famous French liqueur, absinthe. Aniseed has been used in traditional medicine for its potential therapeutic properties, such as aiding digestion and reducing inflammation. In addition, aniseed oil is used in aromatherapy to promote relaxation and relieve stress.
A simple combination of the Guinness World Record hottest chilli in the world, the Carolina Reaper, and Vinegar – that’s it.
This is for when you want to have fresh chillies on hand to spice up a dish and only add this great chilli flavour and heat.
The Carolina Reaper (HP22B) chilli was ranked as the hottest chilli in the world, according to Guinness World Records in 2013 at an average of 1,569,300 Scoville Heat Units.
Then in early 2018, it was re-tested and re-classified at 1,641,183 – Wow, that’s HOT!
Dukkah (pronounced dook-a) is an Egyptian finely blended dry mix of roasted nuts, seeds and spices traditionally eaten by dipping fresh bread into olive oil and then into the nut mixture, but it also serves as a versatile seasoning in Egyptian cooking. This special Flavour & Spice version is made with Almonds and is great as a coating for chicken, lamb or fish.
Made with all natural ingredients and None of the Nasties.
A splash-on sauce made with the rare and exciting Bubblegum 7 Pot chilli.
The Bubblegum chilli comes in at 850,000 SHUs and was created by Jon Harper. As the “Father” of this variety, and based in the UK, he has been growing this and a lot of other Hybrids for a number of years. Jon called it Bubblegum because he thought it had a taste of Bubblicious Bubblegum, while others say the name is because the chilli has a mixed colour stem and crown that looks like bubblegum.
All we can say is, good luck with picking the flavour of bubblegum – that’s a challenge for diehard chilliheads only.
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