Adding Some Spice to Your Food – Spicy Guide
Looking for a little more excitement to add to your lunch? Here at Paleohacks we have told you about plenty of sweets that are both healthy and all natural. But we also love to reiterate our enthusiasm for Spices!Corinne’s Cuisine has brought us an all natural selection of spicy sauces,including their Caribbean Hot Sauce. This wild sauce carries some unique ingredients that will not only jolt your taste-buds, but will also keep you on track with your Paleo-fueled lifestyle.
The Caribbean Hot Sauce can be incorporated into many different dishes. You can marinate it, dip it, or rub it into your baked meal. Whichever manner you choose, this all-natural spicy sauce can amp up the delivery of any dish you put out there. This sauce is especially recommended for seafood dishes.
These little peppers are where the heat comes from. These guys carry their natural tangy flavor, right out of the bottle. They are noticeably rich in Caribbean seasoning.One Bonnet’s heat level can range from anywhere between 100,000 to 350,000 SHU (Scoville Heat Units). It has one gram of protein, 5 grams of carbs, 1 gram of fat, and 27 calories. Their high level of capsaicin (heat chemical) contains many antioxidants, which assist in burning fat, deterioration, and potentially cancer cells.
Shallots are Botanical Onions.Unlike regular onions,shallots can only retain their flavor if eaten raw. They have a noticeably aromatic, yet sweet flavor to them. One Shallot has 0.7 grams of carbs, 0 grams of fat, 0.1 grams of protein, and 3.1 calories. They contain numerous antioxidants, which include kemferol and quercetin. They also have a large amount of minerals such as iron and potassium.
Closely related to the Shallot, Garlic is a herbal plant used for multiple culinary purposes. It has a strong tang to it, which pairs wonderfully with the pepper’s spiciness. It can reduce blood-pressure by relaxing blood vessels over time. Garlic also contains Vitamin E and antioxidants such as Allicin. 13 grams of Garlic contains about 0 grams of protein, 1 gram of carbs, 10 grams of fat, and 90 calories.
Olive Oil can come from multiple kinds of olives. Most olive oils are made from a mixture between green and black olives. The taste can vary, but usually the best oils have a light peppery taste to them.For 1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil, there are 0 grams of protein, 0 grams of carbs, 13.5 grams of fat and 119.3 calories. Despite it’s high amount of fat, Olive Oil offers a number of health benefits, such as reducing blood pressure, heart disease, inflammatory pain (arthritis), and antioxidants that reduce the chance of cancer. Olive Oil is recommended for pregnant women due to its Omega-3 fatty acids. These acids help provide for the baby’s brain functions.
With varying but insanely beneficial levels of nutrients, the Caribbean Hot Sauce offers the rock ‘n’ roll kick you’ve been waiting for.