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Summer Entertaining Secret Ingredient

Gotchu Slow Heat Korean Hot Sauce

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Summer is our “backyard hangs with friends” season. We love entertaining our friends and family on summer nights which almost always ends in a firefly hunt.

I do love to feed my guests and am the queen of keeping it simple/easy. Here’s my go-to for a successful summer evening:

  • Pick up a pound or two of pulled pork from a local BBQ restaurant (we have an awesome one right around the corner)
  • grab some lettuce and buns to give the option of pork salad or sandwich
  • pick up a few toppings that work with either option
  • Watermelon because…summer
  • Easy sides like chips
  • Popsicles for the kids!

Simple enough right? Ok lean in because here is my secret ingredient to make my backyard BBQ stand out from the rest:

GOTCHU Korean Hot Sauce.

You guys, GOTCHU is so good, you’ll want to add it to EVERYthing. Right now I am loving it on pulled pork but can’t wait to try it on my morning eggs too! This Korean hot sauce has a slow and lingering heat that is not too spicy but adds delicious flavor to the food. I’m a Louisiana girl so I LOVE hot sauce and this one will now be a pantry staple for me. The star of this sauce is ‘Gochujang,’ a traditional Korean chili pepper paste made with sun-dried chilies (Gochu) that are fermented to bring the slow heat. Introduce your guests to the joy of a pulled pork sandwich with GOTCHU hot sauce and they won’t forget it!

I mentioned BBQ and eggs but really, there’s a million foods that would be leveled up by GOTCHU. For example, chicken, pizza, veggies, fried rice, dumplings, salads, etc. It comes in Classic and Extra Spicy.

What food will you try with GOTCHU?

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