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Burn Tested: Taylor’s Ultimate Mild Jalapeno Sauce

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taylor's ultimate jalapeno sauce

Lean and green.

I loves me some green hot sauce with my eggs so when Taylor’s Ultimate tapped me to review their tasty selection of products, I decided to start with their Mild Jalapeno Sauce on one of my personal favorites: the breakfast quesadilla.

Founder Taylor Hicks has cooking in his blood. Between the Southern cooks on his mother’s side and the Peruvian influence from his dad, he’s got a pretty open mind when it comes to the culinary arts. You’ll see it when you taste some of the hot sauces in the Taylor’s Ultimate stable. The Mild Jalapeno, though, is precisely that: a jalapeno-based hot sauce with noticeable sting that doesn’t beat the flavor into submission while overpowering your taste buds.

It’s a combination of vinegar, jalapeno, and salt that’s long on pepper flavor. That’s what I liked about it. A lot of the bigger companies’ green sauces aren’t just weak on heat, they have slightly less flavor than white toast slathered in Elmer’s glue. Taylor’s has a really pleasant pepper flavor that’s good to wake up with on your breakfast food. We’ll be reviewing another of their more exotic offerings next week. Until then, give this quesadilla a try.

Jalapeno Breakfast Quesadilla
Print Recipe
I used Taylor's Ultimate Mild Jalapeno on this breakfast quesadilla and really enjoyed it.
Servings
1 person
Servings
1 person
Jalapeno Breakfast Quesadilla
Print Recipe
I used Taylor's Ultimate Mild Jalapeno on this breakfast quesadilla and really enjoyed it.
Servings
1 person
Servings
1 person
Ingredients
Servings: person
Instructions
For the scramble
  1. In a bowl, beat the egg until blended. Mix in the chopped sausage.
  1. Scramble the egg and sausage in a skillet.
For the quesadilla
  1. Place the tortilla in a skillet, flat. Heat the skillet on medium. Sprinkle the cheese over one half, then top with the egg and sausage. Fold the empty half of the tortilla over the other half.
  2. Flip the quesadilla once the underside is browned. Let it cook 2-3 minutes. Remove the quesadilla from the skillet, slice it in half, and chow down.
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Managing Editor | Mark is a freelance journalist based out of Los Angeles. He’s our Do-It-Yourself specialist, and happily agrees to try pretty much every twisted project we come up with.