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Super Bowl Party Food With TABASCO® Original Red Is “So Much More Than Hot”

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This post brought to you by TABASCO® Original Red. All opinions are 100% mine.

TABASCO® Original Red isn’t just about heat for heat’s sake. It’s virtually what heat does to the seasoning of food. The ultimate combination of salt, red pepper, and vinegar are honed in a 3-year aging process that creates a hot sauce with the uncanny power to bring the best out of your food. Other hot sauces add their own particular flavor to food, while TABASCO® Original Red merely enhances the flavor of food.

First ushered in by the McIlhenny family back in 1868, Original Red remains to be their most popular sauce of 6 total sauces.

Original Red can be used on a multitude of foods.  Try it and see how it enhances the flavor of pizza, fritattas, salad dressing, mac and cheese, or good old-fashion eggs and hash! The possibilities are endless!

A popular recipe of ours is crockpot South of the Border Chicken Corn Tortillas.  Since it’s football season and the Super Bowl is right around the corner, make a double batch in the crockpot and use TABASCO® Original Red to also make homemade Chicken Pizza which will become a game day tradition!

TABASCO® Original Red is “So Much More Than Hot.”  TABASCO® Original Red unlocks or enhances the flavor of food so you can get the best of every bite.

Super Bowl Party Food


TABASCO® Original Red is “So Much More Than Hot.”  TABASCO® Original Red unlocks or enhances the flavor of food so you can get the best of every bite.

South of the Border Chicken Corn Tortillas

What You Need:

3 T canola oil
4 lg. chicken breast
1 (19 oz) can of enchilada sauce
2 (11 oz) cans cream of chicken soup
1 (4.25 oz) can black olives, sliced
2 dozen corn tortillas
1 lg. onion, chopped
1 (8 oz) pkg. taco style cheese
2 T TABASCO® Original Red

How to Make It:

Place a large skillet over medium heat and add the oil.
Once the oil is heated add the chicken.
Cook about 5 minutes per side.
Remove and allow to cool.
Once the chicken has cooled it can be shredded.
Cut the tortillas into 8 wedges per tortilla.
In a large mixing bowl combine the soup, olives and onions.
Begin layering in the crock pot with the enchilada sauce on the bottom.
Then add the tortillas, soup, chicken and the cheese in that order.
Continue layering in that order to the top being sure to end with the cheese.
Cover and cook on low temperature 7 hours.

Tip: This is best served in a bowl and topped with sour cream or guacamole.

Be sure to check out the Game-Day Party Menu for some simple ideas & recipes for food everyone loves!

For more Super Bowl Party Pizza ideas visit the Pizza Perfected TABASCO® Original Red page.

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About Cindi Moomettes

New England blogger and influencer from Connecticut and author of the multi-generational Moomettes Magnificents where she writes about Family, Grandparents and Grandchildren, home decor, Crochet, Knitting, DIY, crafts, family travel familiarization trips (FAMs), photography, social media and reviews. You can also find her at Moomettes Crochet Shop for the latest Handmade Fashion trends, Home Decor, Handmade Crochet Wash Cloths & Accessories. For food and recipes visit at her blog Frugal New England Kitchen ***Products and/or companies featured on Moomettes Magnificents may have provided product samples and/or compensation for consideration. All opinions are my own. Posts may contain affiliate links. See also Disclosure***

3 comments

  1. This sounds great! I cook quite a bit with Tabasco- gonna hve to save this recipe-thanks for posting it :)

  2. I love tobacco sauce, though we use the green variety more often, as it is a milder flavor.

  3. My husband and youngest are completely addicted to this and HAS to be this brand too. We did enjoy it with our Superbowl snack fare! I do make the enchiladas much like your recipe, but never occurred to be to use the Tabasco. thanks!

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