A decadent sauce that’s spicy enough to be sinful!
By Miranda Knight | Dining Mosaic
This is a recipe for a spicy sandwich exploding with flavour that invigorates the taste buds and warms the soul.
All it takes is some good and tasty Tabasco sauce added to creamy brie!
This sauce is amazingly simple to make, as well. It produces a thick, decadent sauce that is absolutely amazing in texture and divine when applied to sandwiches of any sort. In this recipe, we shall take a simple route: salami, toasted bread, and lettuce. The method behind my madness? Well, the sauce has to be front and centre here, of course!
Background of Tabasco Sauce
Here’s a rather nifty video from the Smithsonian about Tabasco Sauce:
What You Never Knew About Tabasco Sauce
McIlhenny was born in Maryland, started his career as a banker, and on a whim moved to Louisiana in the United States in the 19th century.
The McIlhenny Company is one of the only American companies the receive a royal warrant for its products. A royal warrant, or royal warrant of appointment, is essentially permission from the British monarchy to advertise the fact that a particular company supplies products to the Royal Family.
Here’s an interesting read on visiting Avery Island in Louisiana, which is actually owned entirely by the McIlhenny family: The Surprisingly Interesting History and Production of Tabasco Pepper Sauce
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