Gindo’s Jalapeno Poblano Hot Sauce is the first in a trio of sauces that Gindo’s Spice of Life Hot Sauce sent our way to review. If the other two are as good as this one is, I’m gonna be a pretty happy guy.
Gindo’s recommends using it on the usual suspects you do with most hot sauces: eggs, tacos, marinades, and with avocado. I went with something simple and neutral: tortilla chips and melted cheese.
The Jalapeno Poblano added some dimension to a pretty cut-and-dried snack and that’s where I think it excels. I’d like to experiment with it as the hot sauce element to a tomatillo Bloody Maria and when I do I’ll let you know how it goes. Until then, I’ll review the Original next.
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