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The Amazing Blair’s Death Sauce

Author: Cameron Ethan
by Cameron Ethan
Posted: Dec 17, 2015
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When it comes to Death Sauce, Perth foodies have been enjoying the Blair’s products for years. Death Sauce is not simply a table sauce. This hot sauce offers a fantastic and unmistakable blend of cayenne, chipotle and habanero peppers to create not only heat but amazing flavour. The popularity of the Original Death Sauce has spawned a whole range of sauces and while they do make a great table sauce, they also make a fantastic addition to your recipes.

Death Sauce Bloody Mary:

If you are in the mood for a Bloody Mary with an extra kick, you are likely to enjoy the added kick of Death Sauce. Perth drink enthusiasts will find that the spicy heat from Death Sauce will make this the ultimate in Bloody Marys. To prepare one drink you will need:

  • 60 millilitres of fresh tomato juice
  • 40 millilitres of vodka
  • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 teaspoon Death Sauce
  • teaspoon fresh lemon juice
  • Ice cubes
  • 1 celery stalk
  • This is a simple and easy recipe. Simply mix all of the ingredients, except the ice and celery, together until well blended. Pour the mixture over ice and serve with the celery stalk as a stirrer.

Death Sauce Meat Coating:

Death Sauce can be a fantastic addition to ribs, wings and other marinaded meat. It even adds a great layer of flavour to basic foods such as tofu. You will need:

Chicken Wings, Ribs or other food to coat

100 grams of flour

1 teaspoon onion powder

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon sea salt

1 tablespoon finely chopped shallots

1 teaspoon finely chopped garlic

60 millilitres melted butter

60 millilitres Death Sauce

To make this recipe you will need to combine the flour, salt and powders into a large Ziploc bag. Add the meat or foods to the bag and shake to ensure that everything is fully coated. Cook the wings or ribs as normal, frying them or oven baking until golden brown. Allow the meat to dry on paper towels while you prepare the coating.

Combine the Death sauce, garlic, shallots and butter in a bowl. Place the ribs or wings in a large skillet and coat with the sauce. Heat the mixture on medium heat, turning the meat to ensure that everything is properly coated. Serve with chips or your favourite side dish.

Either of these recipes makes a great treat when you are entertaining. Whether you are hosting a barbeque or a more sophisticated party, these Bloody Marys and coated wings make a fantastic addition to your menu. You can use original sauce or your preferred variety, but you may need to adjust the quantities to ensure that the recipe is not too hot for your guests. Alternatively, you will need to ensure that you have plenty of milk on hand, in case Death Sauce proves too much for some.

If you’re a great fan of Death Sauce Perth foodies should contact us. Fun Works has a fantastic selection of sweet treats and imported favourites including Death Sauce. Our team would be happy to help you in finding the perfect tasty treat for any occasion.

About the Author

I am a business Coach and Writer in Perth WA, Mom of 2 charming Sons. Cam is my name and for me Writing is Just like playing a Game.

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Author: Cameron Ethan

Cameron Ethan

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Member since: Feb 27, 2015
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