One of the best uses of Soltero Spiced Oils is in the world of saucery! They work great on their own in many ways but can also help create new flavor profiles when mixed with each other or with your favorite sauces, dressings, and salsas.
You can add Soltero Spiced Oils to any dipping sauce to enhance the flavor and spice. If you’re like me, you love to dip everything in sauces. If you’re like me, you also like to mix your sauces together. I can’t count the number of new flavor profiles I’ve created since I was a kid, and these spiced oils just took my saucery skills to new levels. A couple of my favorite creations are Soltero Ketchup (Vampira + ketchup) and Soltero Ponzu (Kickboxer + soy sauce + lemon juice). Soltero Ponzu makes a great dipping sauce for dumplings, spring rolls, or sushi. Soltero Ketchup just goes great on anything. Soltero Spiced Oils also make great dipping sauces on their own.
Elevate your boring salad by adding Soltero Spiced Oils to your favorite dressings. Spicy Garden Cesar (Bella Donna + Creamy Cesar) and Spicy Citrus Ranch (Kickboxer + Ranch) are just a couple of flavors that I’ve created recently. If you prefer lighter dressing, you can add it to vinaigrette or create your own Soltero Vinaigrette (Soltero + fresh lemon juice + herbs). This also makes a great marinade for red onion garnish.
Do you marinate your proteins? If so, Soltero Spiced Oils can help enhance your flavors. You can add them to your go-to marinades or you can create your own Soltero Marinade (Soltero + herbs + citrus + salt). You can refer to the Soltero FAQ sheet for the best oil to protein pairings.
Salsa not spicy enough? It usually never is. It has almost become a habit to automatically add Soltero Spiced Oil to my salsa, whether store-bought or homemade. I always have a container of Soltero Salsa (Senor Rojo + Rotel + lime juice) ready to serve because chips & salsa are life.