There were actually four flavors of sauce available:
- Blackwoods Signature Wing Sauce -- Think buffalo sauce, but BETTER
- Blackwoods Chipotle Barbecue Wing Sauce -- We were blown away by the sweet, smokey flavor with a bit of spice in the aftertaste
- Blackwoods Dante's Inferno Wing Sauce -- This is currently the spiciest sauce in the Blackwoods line, and even as someone who is just beginning to enjoy spicier fare, I LOVED it. It's not straight heat, it's heat that builds with the flavor of the sauce, and it's utterly fantastic.
- Blackwoods Garlic Parmesan Wing Sauce -- Milder than the Signature sauce, with a deeper flavor of Parmesan and Garlic. It's still got a good buffalo flavor, though.
We ended up buying the Signature, BBQ, and Garlic Parmesan. We've opened the Garlic Parmesan bottle first -- and used it twice as a sauce for tilapia. It was DELICIOUS.
For those who are newer to cooking fish, tilapia is a delicate white fish that takes the flavor of whatever you cook it in. It really is a blank slate. I used about a TBS of sauce on each tilapia filet, put them in a preheated (400 degree) oven for 11-13 minutes and removed when the fish flaked easily. I did put a little more sauce on the finished fish, to enhance the final flavor.
To improve upon this recipe, I think I may marinate my tilapia in the Blackwoods Sauce overnight, but I really was happy with the final product.
The Manfriend and I look forward to trying:
- Baked Chicken Breasts (with all three sauces)
- Ground Turkey Tacos (Signature Sauce)
- Various Garlic/Parmesan Pasta dishes
- Buffalo and BBQ Burgers
- and many more
One thing's certain, (and Blackwoods isn't endorsing me to say thisl), buying those Blackwoods Wing Sauces was a great decision. I recommend them to everyone who reads this blog. They are flavorful and extremely versatile.
I found this website, where you can buy Blackwoods: http://www.iburn.com/Blackwoods-Wing-Sauce-s/1929.htm