Cooper's Small Batch Hot Sauces pair amazingly with recipes from around the world. Our hot sauces are designed to pair well with food, not overwhelm. You will find each of our hot sauces brightens different recipes in wonderful ways. From using our Jerk Hot Sauce to make a delicious Jerk Chicken Wings Recipe, or using our award winning Tomatillo Hot Sauce to make a Cold Pasta Salad or pour on a morning burrito. Try our Brisket with Red Chile Posole that uses our famous Chipotle hot sauce, Smokin' Hot Date. Want an alternative to spicy jam, try our fruit hot sauces.
Each of our nine Colorado Hot Sauces are made from scratch in Denver, Colorado, with all-natural ingredients. We don't use preservatives, thickeners or fillers, we use fresh chiles, garlic, onions, dates and other spices to make food-friendly hot sauces that elevate any dish.
Find some of our spicy recipes below that have just the right amount of heat that will have you craving more.
Spicy Vegan Coleslaw // Leche Diablesa
1/2 Head of Cabbage, shredded/sliced* (or, roughly 4 cups)
4 Carrots, shredded
Salt and Pepper to taste (salt optional)
Leche Diablesa White Hot Sauce (vegan!)
(Use 1-2 Tablespoons to start, taste, and add more if you want more heat and flavor)
Stir all ingredients together, sample and add a little more of our white hot sauce or salt or pepper to balance it out. Chill for 1 hour and serve, or serve immediately.
Other optional ingredients:
Garlic, peppers, peanuts, nuts, sunflower seeds, raisins, grapes, sesame oil, sliced apples, maple syrup or honey for sweetness, sesame seeds, lemon juice or lime juice. You could also toss this slaw with quinoa or noodles. *For the cabbage and carrots, you can make any amount you desire, you can use a whole head of cabbage which usually makes about 8-9 cups for a big crowd, double and adjust the amount of Leche Diablesa, our vegan white hot sauce accordingly.
You can also use purple cabbage for a purple/pink spicy vegan slaw. Short on time, you may also get pre-shredded coleslaw shredded cabbage and carrots if you don't want to chop, but believe us, chopping veggies is therapeutic stress relief. :)
Spinach Strawberry Salad
Walnuts / Almonds
Feta Cheese or Gorgonzola
Jamaica Killer Sauce
*add tofu, chicken or steak for added protein
Wash spinach in ice bath, gently dry with a paper towel. slice strawberries in 1/2. Mix in a bowl- organic spinach, strawberries, and walnuts and/or almonds. Right before serving, add cheese *recoommend gorgonzola, and a drizzle withJamaica Killer Sauce for the finishing touch.
Hamburger Recipe // Spicy Jamaica Killer Sauce
Simple recipe that does not need too much introduction. If you like a lot of spice to your hamburger, your'll love this recipe!
Blue Cheese/Gorgonzola (any kind)
Ground Beef /Substitute Vegetarian patty or Tofu
Jamaica Killer Sauce
Salt / Pepper
1. Season Burger patties with salt and pepper. Pan sear or grill you burger to desired temperature, I like med rare. (-Chef John)
2. Crispy onions: Dust sliced red onion or shallot with corn starch. Pan fry in small amount of oil until crispy. Remove and towel dry, and sprinkle salt.
3. Mushrooms: Sauté in a pan with butter, salt, pepper, and a little thyme
Dress hamburger with lettuce, sautéed mushrooms, gorgonzola crumbles, fired onions, finished with a drizzle of Jamaica Killer Sauce, (Strawberry- Hibiscus-Lime flavor) *1st Place International Scovie Award winning hot sauce.