Thursday, April 21, 2016

Jak Jeckel Gourmet Pepper Sauce

Jak Jeckel Gourmet Pepper Sauce

Great Sauce and Great Branding
Based in Philadelphia, PA Jak Jeckel Gourmet Pepper Sauce is the company flagship product and started out in 2013. This is one of the most flavorful hot sauces I recently tasted, and cooked with. It is very thick and hearty and has a unique aroma that makes you really crave it. This is the first non-vinegar based hot sauce reviewed on Two Frys. The absence of vinegar lets the pepper base shine through wonderfully. I love the blend of Red Bell pepper puree, Habaneros, Chipotle and JalapeƱos. There are accents of both salty and sweet, and the essence of fruit from the Lime Juice and orange zest. The aroma shines with the smell of all spice and the Jak Jeckel seasoning blend. Another unique element comes from the use of clove in the sauce. The flavor enhances your food without an overpowering vinegar taste since this sauce does not contain vinegar.

Jak Jeckel has a cool looking tattoo art style branding, and one of the best sauces I tasted in 2015. The heat is mid range, spicy yet not overly hot. This sauce will go quickly so order a few at a time. Some of the food I used Jak Jeckel with was on pizza, steamed vegetables, scrambled eggs, and chicken wings baked in the oven smothered in the sauce. Everything I put Jak Jeckel tasted great and my chicken wings were ultra tasty.

Jak Jeckel believes in flavor first instead of overpowering heat. With recent extreme heat focus in the hot sauce industry, it is great to see a company like Jak Jeckel. The thick rich sauce hit your tongue beautifully with each bite. I recommend Jak Jeckel as both a condiment and cooking additive to give your dishes a zing.

Next up from them on the blog will be Winter Cinnamon in a recipe here at Two Frys.

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-Allen/Two Frys


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  2. Sauce is a moist or liquid component that is served alongside the food to provide contrasting and complementing flavours. It not only adds moisture to a dish, but it also improves the texture and flavour. Sauces provide aesthetic interest to the food as well. Some sauces have proven so popular with a certain meat or vegetable that serving it with that sauce has become a tradition.


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