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Your multi-sauce companion – Diablo Verde’s Creamy Cilantro Sauce

Now that we are cooking almost every meal from home during the pandemic, it is nice to have a multi-use sauce. Recently, we have been turned on to Diablo Verde Creamy Cilantro sauce by 3SonsFoods available in Mild, Medium, and Hot. The mild level has enough spicy kick for me. The sauce is soy-free, preservative-free, and egg-free plus vegetarian and keto-friendly – a win-win-win!

Move over tartar sauce, use Diablo Verde as a dip for fried shrimp.

We have enjoyed using this sauce in a myriad of ways. It is nice to have a sauce on hand you adore. We have loved using it as a dip for vegetables (even olives and cucumbers), an addition to guacamole, with scrambled eggs, and as a taco sauce. One night I enhanced my ramen bowl by adding sliced chicken marinated in Diablo Verde.

Ramen bowl with seaweed and sliced chicken marinated in Diablo Verde.

Use the sauce as a sandwich spread to enhance your bites. We suggest roast beef, salami, chicken, or even a spoonful with your tuna salad. Check out more Diablo Verde recipes HERE –  from steak, fish, and salad sauce to so much more.

Brought to you by 3SonsFoods, three brothers and a single mom are part of this devilishly addictive cilantro sauce carried in over 184 stores throughout Texas. The family-owned business has won numerous awards and has made appearances in the Houston Chronicle, KHOU, and Shark Tank. A portion of the proceeds are donated to International Rhino Foundation and Endangered Rhino Conservation (ERC).

Photo credit: Sari Bailey

Diablo Verde Creamy Cilantro sauce is our new quick go-to recipe enhancement for backyard social distance hangs and new recipes in our kitchen.  Try one of these recipes with the sauce in your own home:

Diablo Salmon

Ingredients

• 2 lb filet of salmon seasoned with salt and pepper • Olive oil
• 1⁄2 jar of Diablo Verde Creamy Cilantro Sauce

• Oil baking dish, and place salmon, cover with foil
• Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes
• Take out of the oven, pour Salsa Diablo Verde on top, put back into the oven uncovered for 5 minutes

Photo credit: Sari Bailey

Diablo Shrimp Sauté

Ingredients

  • 32oz peeled wild-caught shrimp (marinated w/ salt, pepper &
  • garlic powder)
  • 1 green bell pepper (5 oz)
  • 1 red bell pepper (5 oz)
  • 1 squash (12 oz)
  • 1 zucchini (12 oz)
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 1 1/3 cup Diablo Verde Creamy Cilantro SauceSteps
  • Sauté shrimp until fully cooked, drain any excess liquid
  • Add vegetables and continue sautéing for 1-3 minutes
  • Add Diablo Verde Creamy Cilantro Sauce and mix, coating all shrimp and vegetables with sauce
  • Serve with a little fresh cilantro on top and enjoy a healthy meal (can be served over rice, quinoa, pasta or potatoes)

Photo credit: Sari Bailey

Diablo Southwest Chicken Salad 

  • 2 medium cooked chicken breasts
  • 9 oz bag of Romaine lettuce (or greens of your choice)
  • 1 avocado peeled and sliced
  • 3⁄4 cup cherry tomatoes or chopped tomatoes
  • 1 cup black beans (drained)
  • 1 cup sweet corn kernels (drained)
  • 4 oz. Diablo Verde Creamy Cilantro SauceSteps
  • Toss chicken, greens, tomatoes, black beans and corn in a large salad bowl and add sliced avocado on top
  • Pour your favorite Salsa Diablo Verde flavor over the salad
  • Serve and Enjoy! Serves 4-6

Photo credit: Sari Bailey

Learn more about Diablo Verde on the ‘gram at @3sonsfoods

 

 

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