Good things come in little packages…or sometimes bottles. These might not be little, but good things have come from the Bisummo company and this Chok’On Dis Blaz’n Glaze is another of their line which we would like to bring to your attention.
Our best reviews come from our kitchen creations, so we decided to turn this into a recipe for a perennial household fave…spicy meatloaf. Doing this Bisummo-style, we created this recipe for a combined meatloaf featuring both beef and ham:
1.5 lbs ground beef
1 lb ground ham
1 package vegetable soup mix (your choice), approx. 1 ounce
1/4 cup Chok’On Dis Blaz’n Glaze
1/2 cup ground crackers, any type
2 large eggs
Add all the ingredients together and form into the shape of the desired meatloaf. Add to a 9×12 cooking dish, coat with a little more of the Glaze, and then bake in the oven at 350 degrees for about 45-50 minutes or until the meat is cooked all the way through. When done, cut the meatloaf into slices. Then add a little more of the Glaze to coat each slice and serve hot.
Ingredients: peaches, brown sugar, water, vinegar, molasses, habanero mash (habanero peppers, vinegar, salt), salt, chili powder, cumin, black pepper, ginger, coriander, allspice, xanthan gum
This All Natural Marinade/Finishing Sauce will elevate beginner grillers to the status of Grill Master after one cook-out. Your Guest will be begging you to reveal your secret after experiencing this slightly sweet, subtly smokey, spicy marinade/finishing sauce. Excellent on: Chicken, Salmon, Scallops, Steaks, Pork, Fish and just about any other meat that you want to throw on the grill. Just one to two hours of marinading is enough to do the trick.
First impression: Seems very much like a BBQ-ish from the initial whiff, but much thinner in consistency making it more like a cooking sauce than a straight-up, traditional BBQ sauce. It has that smoky-sweet aroma that is blissfully free of the mesquite overtones that are in just about every other sauce of this ilk.
Taste: Despite being being the first and most ingredient, we thought the peaches were not a dominant flavor compared to the spiciness of the sauce. There’s just enough of that taste so that you notice it, but the spicy habanero flavor is simply a wonderful addition to this sauce. It’s quite peppery, spicy, and a whole lot good. It carries a fair amount of heat, perhaps a 7/10 on our personal heat scale. This made for a meatloaf dinner we quite enjoyed:
Overall recommendation: We loved this sauce quite a bit, as it was a nicely balanced sauce…both mixed in with the meat and poured over the finished product. Even if you are not a fan of peaches, there’s just enough of that taste to add a hint of fruitiness to the overall flavor profile. We can really see this as a great addition to grilled vegetables as well. A great tasting sauce to be sure. Enjoy!