Sinful Skewered Sublime Chilli PrawnsPRAWNS are high in protein and also contain magnesium, which plays a role in bone development, nerve and muscle function.These delicious yet healthy Sinful skewers are a zesty treat with a bit of a chilli kick!

Serves 4.

INGREDIENTS

:
2 cloves of garlic peeled and finely chopped

Zest and juice of 4 limes

3 tablespoons Sublime chilli sauce

100ml extra virgin olive oil

2 tablespoons granulated sugar

500g king prawns

6 whole limes, wedged


METHOD

1) Combine the garlic, lime zest and juice, Sublime chilli sauce, olive oil and sugar. Add the prawns and allow them to marinate for 2 hours.2) Remove the prawns from the marinade and skewer each one from “tip to tail”. Top the skewer with a wedge of lime.

3) Cook the prawns on a barbecue (or under an oven grill).

4) Place the remaining marinade in a saucepan and warm slightly.

5) Remove prawns from skewers (if you wish) and arrange the prawns on a platter and drizzle with the warmed marinade.

6) Serve immediately with extra Sinful Sauces Sublime chilli sauce to taste!

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Sinful Skewered Sublime Chilli Prawns

PRAWNS are high in protein and also contain magnesium, which plays a role in bone development, nerve and muscle function.

These delicious yet healthy Sinful skewers are a zesty treat with a bit of a chilli kick!


Serves 4.



INGREDIENTS

:

  • 2 cloves of garlic peeled and finely chopped

  • Zest and juice of 4 limes

  • 3 tablespoons Sublime chilli sauce

  • 100ml extra virgin olive oil
  • 
2 tablespoons granulated sugar

  • 500g king prawns

  • 6 whole limes, wedged




METHOD



1) Combine the garlic, lime zest and juice, Sublime chilli sauce, olive oil and sugar. Add the prawns and allow them to marinate for 2 hours.

2) Remove the prawns from the marinade and skewer each one from “tip to tail”. Top the skewer with a wedge of lime.



3) Cook the prawns on a barbecue (or under an oven grill).



4) Place the remaining marinade in a saucepan and warm slightly.



5) Remove prawns from skewers (if you wish) and arrange the prawns on a platter and drizzle with the warmed marinade.



6) Serve immediately with extra Sinful Sauces Sublime chilli sauce to taste!

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We just found this video review of ‘Wrath’, the very first sauce we made! Also covered in the review is the new Naga Beef Jerky from @Hotheadzsauces #hotstuff

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If, like us, you’re a fan of spicing up your food, chances are you’re a fan of Sriracha. Now we have the pleasure of introducing you to ‘Sprayracha.’
That’s right, a spray gun nozzle twisted right onto a bottle of Sriracha, giving your future meals some even chilli sauce coverage.
Has anyone else done something similar this with their hot sauce? Any other clever ideas for spicy distribution? Please let us know on our Facebook Fanpage!
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If, like us, you’re a fan of spicing up your food, chances are you’re a fan of Sriracha. Now we have the pleasure of introducing you to ‘Sprayracha.’

That’s right, a spray gun nozzle twisted right onto a bottle of Sriracha, giving your future meals some even chilli sauce coverage.

Has anyone else done something similar this with their hot sauce? Any other clever ideas for spicy distribution? Please let us know on our Facebook Fanpage!

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If you are someone who douses just about any food item with fiery Asian Sriracha chilli sauce, you may be interested in this confection: Sriracha lollipops.
Yep, such a thing exists! They’re made by Lollyphile, a confectionary company that began in San Francisco, USA . The fiery hot pops will put any cinnamon lollypop to shame, and the product was clearly born out of a love for the spicier side of things! 

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If you are someone who douses just about any food item with fiery Asian Sriracha chilli sauce, you may be interested in this confection: Sriracha lollipops.

Yep, such a thing exists! They’re made by Lollyphile, a confectionary company that began in San Francisco, USA . The fiery hot pops will put any cinnamon lollypop to shame, and the product was clearly born out of a love for the spicier side of things!
 

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Cayenne Pepper: The King of Medicinal HerbsPeppers are hot but well loved by those who can tolerate the heat. Peppers are also loved by those who experience pain as some have experienced relief through the consumption of peppers.
The peppers that have become loved for their therapeutic value are the hot-and-spicy chilli or cayenne peppers originating in Central and South America where hot-and-spicy food is a part of the culture. Discovered by Christopher Columbus, spicy peppers have been popularised around the world and are used extensively in Indian and Oriental cuisine and have been used for medicinal purposes.
The heat from cayenne peppers is because of the high levels of capsaicin they contain and its therapeutic value has been recognised in complementary medicine. Capsaicin can irritate the skin if applied to it.
Cleansing the lungs
Pulmonary experts have found that chilli peppers prolong life - cleansing the lungs in chronic bronchitis and emphysema. The pungent nature of spicy peppers through capsaicin makes them act like an expectorant which sweeps the bronchial passages along the way. Peppers stimulate the bronchial cells to emit a fluid to make secretions of the lungs and throat less sticky and thick. As such, chilli and other spicy peppers have come to be associated with good bronchial health.
Asthma and sinusitis relief
Persons suffering from asthma will find that the extract of the hot pepper will provide relief, clearing out the bronchial airways. Sinusitis is another condition that can be helped by eating peppers which work as a decongestant. You make your own ‘pepper’ gargle from Tabasco sauce, sprinkling 20 drops in a glass of water and keeping to use for garlic. Surprisingly, it is not as harsh as the mouthwashes currently on the market.
Pain suppressor
Pepper extract is anaesthetic and provides relief for toothaches and conjunctivitis. The capsaicin in hot peppers can suppress pain by releasing pain suppressors to the central nervous system. The burning of the tongue sends signals to the brain to release endorphins which numb the pain while increasing pleasurable feelings. Anything to get you to wear a smile is worth trying.
Heart health
Other therapeutic benefits of peppers include protecting the cardiovascular system by reducing the ‘bad’ cholesterol levels as well as the formation of blood clots which can result in a heart attack or pulmonary embolism.
Weight loss
To lose weight, you are encouraged to increase cayenne pepper in your diet, which increases your metabolic rate and the burning of fat. The addition of peppers, garlic and ginger to a meal, all have the same ability to enhance the burning of fat.
Gourmet Cooking
If you want to be a gourmet cook, peppers can add pizzazz to your dishes especially for Cajun, Spanish, Thai, East Indian and Mexican dishes. To change the taste of a hot cocoa and give it a Mexican flair, add a dash of cayenne pepper.So remember, add a little chilli sauce, hot sauce or hot chilli sauce to each meal!  
Source: Heather Little-White, PhD, Contributor - The Gleaner

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Cayenne Pepper: The King of Medicinal Herbs

Peppers are hot but well loved by those who can tolerate the heat. Peppers are also loved by those who experience pain as some have experienced relief through the consumption of peppers.

The peppers that have become loved for their therapeutic value are the hot-and-spicy chilli or cayenne peppers originating in Central and South America where hot-and-spicy food is a part of the culture. Discovered by Christopher Columbus, spicy peppers have been popularised around the world and are used extensively in Indian and Oriental cuisine and have been used for medicinal purposes.

The heat from cayenne peppers is because of the high levels of capsaicin they contain and its therapeutic value has been recognised in complementary medicine. Capsaicin can irritate the skin if applied to it.

Cleansing the lungs

Pulmonary experts have found that chilli peppers prolong life - cleansing the lungs in chronic bronchitis and emphysema. The pungent nature of spicy peppers through capsaicin makes them act like an expectorant which sweeps the bronchial passages along the way. Peppers stimulate the bronchial cells to emit a fluid to make secretions of the lungs and throat less sticky and thick. As such, chilli and other spicy peppers have come to be associated with good bronchial health.

Asthma and sinusitis relief

Persons suffering from asthma will find that the extract of the hot pepper will provide relief, clearing out the bronchial airways. Sinusitis is another condition that can be helped by eating peppers which work as a decongestant. You make your own ‘pepper’ gargle from Tabasco sauce, sprinkling 20 drops in a glass of water and keeping to use for garlic. Surprisingly, it is not as harsh as the mouthwashes currently on the market.

Pain suppressor

Pepper extract is anaesthetic and provides relief for toothaches and conjunctivitis. The capsaicin in hot peppers can suppress pain by releasing pain suppressors to the central nervous system. The burning of the tongue sends signals to the brain to release endorphins which numb the pain while increasing pleasurable feelings. Anything to get you to wear a smile is worth trying.

Heart health

Other therapeutic benefits of peppers include protecting the cardiovascular system by reducing the ‘bad’ cholesterol levels as well as the formation of blood clots which can result in a heart attack or pulmonary embolism.

Weight loss

To lose weight, you are encouraged to increase cayenne pepper in your diet, which increases your metabolic rate and the burning of fat. The addition of peppers, garlic and ginger to a meal, all have the same ability to enhance the burning of fat.

Gourmet Cooking

If you want to be a gourmet cook, peppers can add pizzazz to your dishes especially for Cajun, Spanish, Thai, East Indian and Mexican dishes. To change the taste of a hot cocoa and give it a Mexican flair, add a dash of cayenne pepper.

So remember, add a little chilli sauce, hot sauce or hot chilli sauce to each meal!  

Source: Heather Little-White, PhD, Contributor - The Gleaner

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If you’re having a Sinful snack this weekend, make sure you choose the appropriate chilli sauce!

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If you’re having a Sinful snack this weekend, make sure you choose the appropriate chilli sauce!

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Hot Sauce Production The 8th Fastest Growing Industry in the United States!What does hot sauce production have in common with self-tanning, pilates studios and online eyeglass sales? All of these are among the top 10 fastest-growing industries in America, according to a new report from IBIS World [pdf]. Hot sauce comes in at number eight, right above green and sustainable building construction and right below social network game development.Matthew Yglesias of Slate cheekily determines that based on the IBIS findings, “Hot sauce is, obviously, the future of the American economy.” There are actual reasons for hot sauce growth, though. The explosion of hot sauce sales can be traced to demographic shifts, immigration and the growing popularity of spicier ethnic food in the United States, Canada and Japan.Hot sauce, chilli sauce and hot chilli sauce production revenue is growing 9.3% per year, according to IBIS, and has an expected 2012 growth of 4.5%. Over the next five years, the industry revenue is projected to grow at an average annual rate of 4.1%.The 10 fastest-growing industries in America1. Generic pharmaceuticals2. Solar panel manufacturing3. For-profit universities4. Pilates and yoga studios5. Self-tanning product manufacturing6. 3-D printer manufacturing7. Social network game development8. Hot sauce production9. Green and sustainable building construction10. Online eyeglasses salesSource: Huffington Post

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Hot Sauce Production The 8th Fastest Growing Industry in the United States!

What does hot sauce production have in common with self-tanning, pilates studios and online eyeglass sales? All of these are among the top 10 fastest-growing industries in America, according to a new report from IBIS World [pdf]. Hot sauce comes in at number eight, right above green and sustainable building construction and right below social network game development.

Matthew Yglesias of Slate cheekily determines that based on the IBIS findings, “Hot sauce is, obviously, the future of the American economy.” There are actual reasons for hot sauce growth, though. The explosion of hot sauce sales can be traced to demographic shifts, immigration and the growing popularity of spicier ethnic food in the United States, Canada and Japan.

Hot sauce, chilli sauce and hot chilli sauce production revenue is growing 9.3% per year, according to IBIS, and has an expected 2012 growth of 4.5%. Over the next five years, the industry revenue is projected to grow at an average annual rate of 4.1%.

The 10 fastest-growing industries in America

1. Generic pharmaceuticals
2. Solar panel manufacturing
3. For-profit universities
4. Pilates and yoga studios
5. Self-tanning product manufacturing
6. 3-D printer manufacturing
7. Social network game development
8. Hot sauce production
9. Green and sustainable building construction
10. Online eyeglasses sales

Source: Huffington Post

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Our first Sinful sourdough loaf complete! Made with an authentic, 13 year old starter all the way from San Francisco. 
This tastes amazing with some melted butter and a healthy dollop of our Chilli Peanut Butter, Chilli Cashew Nut Butter, Chilli Almond Nut Butter or Chilli Choc Hazelnut.
Yummy!

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Our first Sinful sourdough loaf complete! Made with an authentic, 13 year old starter all the way from San Francisco. 

This tastes amazing with some melted butter and a healthy dollop of our Chilli Peanut Butter, Chilli Cashew Nut Butter, Chilli Almond Nut Butter or Chilli Choc Hazelnut.

Yummy!

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Chillies - key to a healthy heart!
A compound in hot peppers has been found to lower total cholesterol levels and benefit blood vessels. Scientists now say chillies have the potential to protect against heart disease, one of Britain’s biggest killers. The secret lies in the “hot” part of the chilli, the capsaicin, which is hoped could be more widely used by doctors with dramatic results.
The spicy ingredient is something of a health wonder. It has been found to help shrink prostate and pancreatic tumours, works well as a painkiller and helps treat asthma, colds and flu. It has been used for weight loss.
Now experts at the Chinese University of Hong Kong have found that capsaicin and a close chemical relative aid heart health in two ways.
First, they lower cholesterol by reducing its build-up in the body and increasing its breakdown and excretion.
"We certainly do not recommend that people start consuming chillies to excess " - Dr Zhen-Yu Chen
Secondly, they also block the action of a gene that makes arteries contract and restrict blood flow to the heart and other organs.
The study, presented at the National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society, focused on capsaicin and fiery-hot “capsaicinoids” which give Cayennes, Jalapenos, Habaneros and other chillies their heat. 
NB: All of these chillies can be found in Sinful Sauces chilli sauce, hot chilli sauce, hot sauce, hot chilli pickles and chilli spreads.
Story from express.co.uk 

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Chillies - key to a healthy heart!

A compound in hot peppers has been found to lower total cholesterol levels and benefit blood vessels. Scientists now say chillies have the potential to protect against heart disease, one of Britain’s biggest killers. The secret lies in the “hot” part of the chilli, the capsaicin, which is hoped could be more widely used by doctors with dramatic results.

The spicy ingredient is something of a health wonder. It has been found to help shrink prostate and pancreatic tumours, works well as a painkiller and helps treat asthma, colds and flu. It has been used for weight loss.

Now experts at the Chinese University of Hong Kong have found that capsaicin and a close chemical relative aid heart health in two ways.

First, they lower cholesterol by reducing its build-up in the body and increasing its breakdown and excretion.

"We certainly do not recommend that people start consuming chillies to excess " - Dr Zhen-Yu Chen

Secondly, they also block the action of a gene that makes arteries contract and restrict blood flow to the heart and other organs.

The study, presented at the National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society, focused on capsaicin and fiery-hot “capsaicinoids” which give Cayennes, Jalapenos, Habaneros and other chillies their heat. 

NB: All of these chillies can be found in Sinful Sauces chilli sauce, hot chilli sauce, hot sauce, hot chilli pickles and chilli spreads.

Story from express.co.uk 

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U.S baseball team, The Texas Rangers, are pitching a new menu item: It’s a 2-foot hot dog that weighs a pound and feeds four fans for $26! It comes topped with chilli, sauteed onions, pickled jalapenos and jalapeno cheese sauce.The Champion Hot Dog, a creation of concessionaire Sportsservice, goes on sale on opening day, April 6. ESPN is reporting from Texas Rangers spring training in Arizona:“I don’t know how many calories are in this thing, but it’s got to be 2,000 or 3,000,” said Casey Rapp, operations manager for Sportsservice.One thing is for sure, you’re going to need to need to take 2 bottles of our Sinful chilli sauce or hot chilli sauce if you want to make sure you cover one of these monsters!Only in America! 

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U.S baseball team, The Texas Rangers, are pitching a new menu item: It’s a 2-foot hot dog that weighs a pound and feeds four fans for $26! It comes topped with chilli, sauteed onions, pickled jalapenos and jalapeno cheese sauce.

The Champion Hot Dog, a creation of concessionaire Sportsservice, goes on sale on opening day, April 6. ESPN is reporting from Texas Rangers spring training in Arizona:

“I don’t know how many calories are in this thing, but it’s got to be 2,000 or 3,000,” said Casey Rapp, operations manager for Sportsservice.

One thing is for sure, you’re going to need to need to take 2 bottles of our Sinful chilli sauce or hot chilli sauce if you want to make sure you cover one of these monsters!

Only in America!

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