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Franks RedHot and Frenchs

If you have been following the blog then you know for the last couple of days I have been using products from Franks RedHot and Frenchs to make up some new meals. The companies have been amazing enough to have given me 6 products to try. So while this is kind of an unconventional review I wanted to share in one place all the fun I had reviewing these products. Now I'll admit when I received the box of sauces and condiments I was a little worried. I had never tried any of them. No not even plain mustard.lol So it was quite a challenge for me to not only try these but to create something new and delicious out of them. Make sure to click on the ingredient to see the great recipe I made with that product.
First I tried the Franks RedHot Original, not only a new dish but a new crockpot dish. Now as someone who is sensitive to hot products I was really kind of worried about the taste of this one. While I could taste the spice in it the flavor was amazing! I really enjoyed using this product, my husband was proud.lol The next day came and I decided to go the way of the Frenchs Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce. This sauce even smelt like I would like it so I knew that anything I created with it would be amazing, and it was. With the third ingredient, Frenchs Dijon Mustard with Chardonnay Wine, I create a great fish dish. Really any dish with fish I can eat must have been well seasoned. The tang and sweetness in this product really gave the fish a good taste. I used the Frenchs Classic Yellow Mustard and Franks RedHot Thick in an amazing BBQ sauce, which I can't get enough of! I know, I know, I cheated and used two at once. For my final dish I tried one of their new products the Franks RedHot Sweet Chili Sauce, I rarely get to enjoy Chinese food in this house because the other people in my family don't eat it, but this sauce has now given me a fast easy way to enjoy it in whatever portion size I want!
I was really impressed by these brands as a whole, they were tasty and easy to use. I look forward to finishing off these bottles creating not only these dishes but anything else I can come up with :O)


**I was provided these products free of charge. I was not required to write a positive review, any and all views on these products are strictly my own.**

Comments

i use Franks to make my pork BBQ!
Mellissa Hanks said…
I'll have to put that on my list to try :O)
royalegacy said…
I have two bottle of Franks in the cupboard right now. I want to try that BBQ sauce.
Danielle
Louise Peters said…
I use Frank's Red Hot Cayenne Pepper Sauce on my eggs and my pizza and anything, actually. I buy it bulk size. French's is the only mustard, in my fridge, too.

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