Warning: this salsa is absolutely addicting. You could spend hour upon delightful hour trying to analyze its enigmatic blend of flavors. Sorry, we arenít telling. Letís just say Hot Wachulaís crack team of flavor specialists spent hour upon hour perfecting the balance of sweet and spice to bring you this award-winning concoction. Try it as an accompaniment to chicken or fish, too.

(Available in Mild, Medium & Hot)






Where have all the vampires gone? Could our salsa have something to do with it?
The rich tomato base is absolutely redolent with the robust flavor of roasted garlic, along with tantalizing hints of other warm spices. Stir some into a bowl of chili for a special treat. Use it as a sauce for grilled meats. Hot Wachulaís Roasted Garlic Salsa also keeps great company with chips and pasta ... as it keeps night visitors at bay.

(Available in Mild, Medium & Hot)






Itís chunky, hearty, spicy, yummy, just like a good salsa should be. And itís more than a salsa for chips. Itís a topping for your burritos. A sauce for your rice. A flavor boost to stir into a bowl of chili. The crowning touch to your heuvos rancheros. Discover how many ways you can enjoy this hearty salsa from Hot Wachulaís.

(Available in Mild, Medium & Hot)




 

Sweet and spice and everything nice. Thatís what good hot sauces are made of, and thatís how we made this one. Try it on chicken wings and seafood. Add a splash to your chili. Try it on pork chops or your favorite sandwich. Weíve already used our imagination - now itís your turn!

 




Imagine Christmas in July. Weíve struck just the right balance between sweet and heat in our Cranberry Hot Sauce. Let it tickle your taste buds on a day-after turkey sandwich. Allow it to brighten up a barbecue sandwich. Drizzle it over a bowl of vanilla ice cream. Once you try it, itís hard to stop.




Can you smell the jalapenos smoldering? This may very well be the richest, most robust hot sauce youíve ever tasted. Full of flavor with a wonderful smokiness, this hot sauce has it going on! Try it on sandwiches, over rice, with your black beans, on pizza ... or wherever your imagination leads you.