Crabanero brand hot sauce and Crabanero Bay seasoning
Crabanero brand hot sauce and Crabanero Bay seasoning

Crabanero the original "Bay" seasoned brand hot sauce

Crabanero premium brand hot sauce, lends itself well to all sorts of foods, but Crabanero really shines on, you guessed it, crab. 

Use Crabanero in crab, crawfish or shrimp boils, on crab cake, fried fish or oyster sandwiches. 

Use Crabanero to accentuate your favorite seafood sauces, cocktail, remoulade or tartar.

Naturally Crabanero is great on all types of raw shellfish, you will flip over Crabanero splashed on raw oysters, with a touch of cocktail sauce and a squeeze of lemon. 

That Crabanero bay flavor makes this hot sauce a perfect addition in all sorts of recipes.

Try this one on for size, Crabanero makes a great hot wing sauce and don't forget to season your wings with our Crabanero Bay Seasoning.

 

Have fun!

-C

 

Ingredients: Habanero peppers, vinegar,

Bay seasoning, lemon and sea salt. 

 

Crabanero, the premium brand hot sauce of choice for the Mid-Atlantic regions finest restaurants for over a decade.

 

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Lobster Cakes with Crabanero hot sauce

Lobster Cakes Crabanero hot sauce
Lobster Cakes with Crabanero hot sauce

 

 

This tasty lobster cake recipe was sent us by Denise Graves of Meads Bay Anguilla.

 

She suggests serving them with lemon or lime wedges, Crabanero, Reggae music and a rum drink.

 

Your gonna have a hard time arguing with that.

 

Thanks Denise,

 

~C

 

 

Hi Charles,

This is adapted from At Blanchard’s Table.  Bob and Melinda own the terrific restaurants Blanchard's and Blanchard's Beach Shack on Meads Bay.
Lobster Cakes
3 TBS unsalted butter
3/4 C flour
2 C 2% milk
1 lb cooked Caribbean lobster (Maine lobster or crab) coarsely chopped
1 1/2 C red pepper diced and patted dry
1/4 C scallions thinly sliced 
1/2 tsp Crabanero 
1 1/2 C fresh bread crumbs  (more if the mixture seems too wet)
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Lemon or lime and Crabanero for serving 
Heat butter over low heat. Add flour gradually and cook 2 minutes whisking constantly. Add milk 1/2 cup at a time whisking to avoid lumps. Whisk will simmering for about 5 minutes until thick and smooth. Remove from heat and set aside. 
In a bowl combine all ingredients except bread crumbs. Add the milk mixture and 1 cup bread crumbs (more if needed). Mix well cool to room temperature. Shape into 2 inch balls and flatten slightly to about 3/4 inch thick. Coat with remaining crumbs on both sides.
Heat equal amounts of butter and oil and sauté over medium heat until golden brown.
Serve with lemon wedges and additional Crabanero. 
Makes about 20 appetizers (the uncooked lobster cakes freeze well)
Play some Reggae music, have a rum drink of your choice and enjoy!
Denise Graves
Isle of Anguilla

Lucky Oyster Hot Sauce

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Though created specifically for raw clams and oysters, you'll find yourself using Lucky Oyster Hot Sauce for so much more than it's intended use (which is second to none).

 

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Lucky Oyster Hot Sauce is hot, but not too hot, it also has undertones of Bay and lemon with just a touch of horseradish.

 

Ingredients; Habanero, Water, Vinegar, Bay Seasoning, Horseradish, Lemon, Mustard, Sea salt,  citric acid, Garlic, Xanthan Gum

 

 

 

 

 

As always feel free to share with us on Facebook and Twitter, just how you us Lucky Oyster Hot Sauce.

 

Enjoy,

 

~Charles

Makes a great Bloody Mary...

 

Fill a glass with ice, add about a tablespoon of Lucky Oyster hot sauce, pour a measure of your favorite vodka, fill glass with a good quality tomato juice, I like Sacramento brand.

 

Shake, garnish with a celery rib and a lime or lemon wedge and serve.

 

Cheers,

 

~C

Crabanero Spicy Marinara Sauce

Crabanero spicy marinara sauce
Crabanero Spicy Marinara Recipe

Crabanero Spicy Marinara Recipe

 

Crabanero spicy marinara is a versatile recipe.

Whether you are steaming a simple pot of mussels, in a little white wine, simply add Crabanero Spicy Marinara recipe, about 1 cup, stir well and put a lid on the pot till your mussels pop open.

Serve hot with remaining white wine, some crusty bread and butter.

Or maybe your a crab and linguine fan. Clean one dozen crabs, sauté your crabs in a good sized pot with a little olive oil, add a little white wine, add a full batch of your Crabanero Spicy Marinara recipe.

Put the lid on your pot and continue to cook for approximately 20 minutes to a half hour, cook 1 pound of your favorite pasta and enjoy...

 

What you need;

1-28 ounce can of best quality whole tomatoes.

1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil

1/4 cup minced onion

2 cloves garlic minced

1 T. fresh thyme

a pinch of dry oregano or marjoram

1 tsp. Crabanero Bay seasoning

1 tsp. fresh cracked black pepper

 

1/2 tsp. kosher or sea salt

 

Finish with;

1 T. fresh basil, sliced thinly

1 T. fresh parsley minced

Crabanero brand hot sauce to taste

 

What to do;

Heat oil, sauté onions, garlic and thyme till translucent, season, with Crabanero Bay seasoning, salt and pepper.

Add crushed tomatoes.

Crush the whole tomatoes. You can do this by hand if you are making a single batch of this sauce.

Bring sauce to a simmer.

Add Crabanero, parsley and basil, continue to simmer sauce for approximately 20 minutes, cover with lid on loosely.

Ideally you want to simmer this sauce without a lid to concentrate flavor but this recipe puts off plenty of tomato spatter, that you will have clean up off your stove top.


 

Crabanero Crabs and Linguine
Crabanero Spicy Marinara with Crabs and Linguine
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