Southwestern Condiment and
- Black Bean Drizzle
- Caribe Honey — Serve this over biscuits or sopaipillas. It is also a wonderful
glaze for meats.
- Chile Oil — This is very hot! It can be used to flavor meats or as the oil in
- Chile Vinegar
- Chile-Orange Oil
- Chili Powder
- Chili Seasoning Mix
- Chipotles en Adobo — This is the way to make your own "canned" chipotles en
- Cilantro Pesto — Use this as you would traditional pesto — with pasta or on
grilled chicken or fish.
is the traditional garnish for many Mexican foods. In the United States, sour
cream is often used as a substitute.
- Cumin Salt — Sprinkle this on freshly-made corn tortilla chips!
- Fajita Marinade
- Firehouse Chili Powder — This powder is fresher tasting and more pungent than a store-bought
brand, so use a bit less. If you are a purist, never substitute
this for pure chile powder.
- Fruit Vinegar
- Garlic Paste
- Garlic-Herb Butter
- Green Chile Pesto
- Green Mayonnaise — Use Green Mayonnaise as a sandwich spread with slices of roast pork, in a
BLT, or mix the mayonnaise into an egg or chicken salad.
- Habanero Ketchup
- Hot Hot Vinegar
- Jalapeno Mustard
- Mesquite Bean Butter
- Mexican Rub — Rub this on chicken, ribs or fish before grilling.
- Pickled Chiles
- Red Chile Wash — You can rub this onto seafood and meats before smoking, use it in
marinades, sauces and mayonnaise, and coat foods before grilling.
- Red Oil (Annatto Oil)
- Rib Rub
- Salsa Vinegar
- Santa Fe Mexican Marinade — This is an excellent marinade recipe which is great on chicken, pork and beef.
- Sonoran Seasoning — This is excellent on all grilled meats and vegetables.
- Southwest Seasoning — This is a wonderful southwestern flavor for salads and meats.
- Taco Seasoning Mix