Using the Scorpion Ghost Finishing Barbecue Sauce on Fried Potatoes

Martin SmazenkoBarbecue Sauce, Hot SaucesLeave a Comment

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Ghost peppers are known for being dangerously hot, but sauces made from them are delicious. The Scorpion Ghost finishing barbecue sauce is one of these sauces and it can be used in many excellent dishes.

If you’re interested in using this excellent finishing barbecue sauce, here is a fried potatoes recipe that will get your taste buds excited.

Start By Frying Your Potatoes

Cut your potatoes into cubes about one-inch in size. Place them in a large pan and cook them over medium heat until they are well browned on every side. Cook about three or four potatoes in this way and set them to the side once you’re done.

Add the Scorpion Ghost Sauce

After your potatoes are browned, pour a whole bottle of the Scorpion Ghost finishing barbecue sauce directly on the potatoes. Set it gently so that every potato in the pan gets fully coated with the sauce.

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Let It Simmer

Place your pan back on the flame and wait for the sauce to start to bubble. Turn down the heat and let it simmer for about 10-15 minutes. Stir regularly to keep the sauce and potatoes from burning to the pan. Serve after waiting for them to cool slightly.

Serving Suggestion

These potatoes go well with any barbecued meat (prepared with or without the Scorpion Ghost sauce) as well as some delicious Spanish rice. Think spicy with this particular meal and you can’t fail. Another great way to spice it up includes serving it with a nice glass of wine.

Experiment with the Scorpion Ghost sauce to find a particular recipe that works for you. You’d be surprised just how many awesome recipes you can make with this hot finishing barbecue sauce. If you have any questions about Scorpion Ghost sauce, hot sauces or barbecue sauce, contact Mild to Wild today!

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