December 4, 2014

Spice Up Your Holiday Sides with Texas Pete Hot Sauce!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Texas Pete for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

As soon as Thanksgiving passes and the turkey leftovers start to dwindle, I start craving something a bit spicier than turkey, stuffing and potatoes. When I was approached by Texas Pete Hot Sauce to try one of their new recipes and share it with my readers - well - I don't think their timing could have been any better!

There were so many yummy recipes to choose from, but I chose a roast corn and black bean salad because it reminded me of all the things I love about those fast food burrito bowls. Texas Pete has a LOT of varieties - Hot Sauce, Wing Sauce, Garlic Sauce, and CHA! by Texas Pete sriracha are a few of my favorites. You can find Texas Pete Hot Sauce in stores or online. Now back to that yummy salad...

We're talking about corn, black beans, roasted red peppers, red onions, fresh cilantro - drizzled with a homemade dressing with red wine vinegar, fresh lemon juice, dijon mustard, a little CHA! by Texas Pete, and some chili powder.

Best of all, because the beans and the corn are canned, the recipe is super easy to make!

I like it with some shredded lettuce and some cilantro rice, to really make it like that burrito bowl, but you'll have to try it for yourself and see how you like it best!

YUM! You can see all of the Texas Pete Hot Sauce recipes and pick one for yourself, or mix it in with ground beef for burgers that are a lot more exciting! Mix it in with pizza sauce to make your next pie really special! You'll be amazed at how versatile this stuff is!

There's more exciting news, though. Texas Pete will be donating $1 to Feeding America for every social share of this post! Please share this post using #TexasPete AND #ad, then come back here and comment to say where you shared! (for tracking purposes) I can't wait to see how much money we can help raise for Feeding America - so share - and comment!

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