#BookReview: The Tabasco Cookbook

7 Mar

The Tabasco Cookbook

The Tabasco Cookbook by Paul McIlhenny and Barbara Hunter

Click here to purchase a copy or learn more about The Tabasco Cookbook.

Whether you ask for it by name at restaurants or are one of the legions of people who travel with your own bottle, you know there’s no substitute for giving eggs, oysters, and Bloody Marys a kick.

But Tabasco Pepper Sauce is a versatile ingredient for other foods, too. This revised and updated edition of The Tabasco Cookbook includes 20 new recipes for enjoying southern-style classics and American down-home favorites. From perfect fried chicken to a pan of peppery gingerbread, here are 80 recipes and color photography to test your fiery food limits—and keep you coming back for more.

 

My thoughts:

This revised and updated edition of The Tabasco Cookbook is filled with 80 recipes that include “America’s favorite pepper sauce”. Whether adding flavor or heat, from breakfast to dessert, this collection features a variety of ways to tantalize your taste buds!

In addition to the delicious recipes, I enjoyed the beautiful photographs, cooking tips, and Tabasco tidbits that are found throughout the book. When choosing new dishes to try, I really appreciated the recipe rating system. Each recipe includes a tiny Tabasco Sauce bottle numbering from one to four, which indicates the spiciness of the dish. Another delightful aspect of this cookbook is the Tabasco history that is shared in the first few pages. It made me appreciate this distinctive pepper sauce even more!

Fans of Tabasco Sauce are sure to enjoy this great collection of recipes, as will those looking to spice up their dishes!

I received a complimentary copy of this cookbook through Blogging for Books in exchange for an unbiased review. All thoughts expressed are my own.

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