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Spice up your recipes with Texas Pete!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Texas Pete for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

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In my family, we love spicy foods.  We use hot sauces on different foods such as hot dogs, hamburgers, even scrambled eggs! You know what is great, though? Using it as an ingredient in a recipe! This is why I love Texas Pete. Texas Pete is great as a condiment, but have you ever tried Texas Pete Hot Sauce in a recipe? Maybe its something you haven't considered, but totally should. It makes a great ingredient for a variety of recipes. It spices things up; gives it a little bit of a kick, and a lot of flavor!

Also, did you know that Texas Pete has a variety of sauces? Not just one! A sauce for every taste and for different foods and recipes. You can find Texas Pete Hot Sauce in stores near you. Additionally you can get Texas Pete Hot Sauce recipes on their website, in case you were curious about a recipe with Texas Pete! Lots of good ones, too! 😀

I love to try new recipes…. like this one which includes an awesome sauce called CHA! by Texas Pete.

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{This one is on their website!} 🙂

{Um, who would NOT like this with some tortilla chips at a party!?}
This explosive salad is made with a blend of roasted corn, tender black beans, red onion,& roasted red bell pepper, fresh herbs, Mexican spices, and a zippy red wine vinaigrette flavored with CHA! by Texas Pete.
YIELD: 2 quarts
PORTION (Serving Size): 2 ounces 
• Salad 
• Corn, canned, drained well: 4 cans
• Olive oil: 3 Tbsp.
• Salt and pepper to taste
• Black beans: canned, rinsed and drained well: 4 cans
• Red onion: minced: 1⁄2 
• Roasted red bell pepper: small diced: 2 cups
• Cilantro: fresh, rough chopped: 1 bunch
• Scallions: sliced thin on a bias: 1 bunch
• Red wine vinegar: 1⁄4 cup
• Lemon juice : fresh squeezed: 1
• Dijon mustard: 1 tsp.
• Olive or vegetable oil for salad dressing: 1⁄2 cup
• CHA! by Texas Pete®: 4 Tbsp.
• Cumin: 1 tsp.
• Chili powder: 1 tsp.
• Salt and pepper to taste 
Turn on the oven broiler. Drain the corn well and place it in a mixing bowl. Toss the corn with the olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Place the corn in an oven-safe dish and place under the broiler for approximately 5 minutes or until the corn has lightly charred. Place the corn in the refrigerator to chill. Once the corn is cold, place it in a large mixing bowl. Add the black beans, minced red onion, roasted red bell peppers, cilantro, and scallions. Combine well. Place all ingredients for the salad dressing into a blender and puree until smooth. Pour the dressing over the corn and black bean salad and mix well. Season the salad with salt and pepper and keep refrigerated until ready to use.

It sounds delicious, right? It is super easy to put together and it is loaded with bold flavors. Everyone will want this recipe!

Of course you can use Texas Pete sauces on burgers, and bbq, and in recipes like the one above…BUT have you ever thought of it being an actual ingredient in red velvet cake icing?!  Yes, it's true! It's another awesome recipe that you can find on the Texas Pete website. It's a must try, for sure!

Now that you know about all of these fabulous sauces and what you can do with them….you must give them a try! There are so many (yummy) possibilities with Texas Pete hot sauce. You can whip up your own recipe as well. In fact, I encourage you to do so! Share your recipe on twitter, facebook, or other social media sites with the hashtag #TexasPete so that everyone can try it! Texas Pete will be donating $1 for EVERY social share to Feeding America. Isn't that awesome!? Be sure to use the hashtag #TexasPete with every share so that it counts.

You can follow Texas Pete on Facebook and Twitter for updates and more. Thanks for reading!

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