I wanted a new sauce for my pan broiled Pork chops. A-1, Heinz 57 weren’t cutting it. I read about this one cheap brand of wing sauce, sold at the Price Chopper $1 aisle. It is called Louisiana Supreme Chicken Wing Sauce. I read on Amazon that the mild type, the “regular” is a very good all purpose sauce. The reviews are all 5-star. It’s an orange colored stuff, looks like French dressing.
I seasoned the chops with a this very good seasoning, bought at Sav A Lot, called Tio Santi Sazon Perfecta. It’s a mix of garlic, turmeric, black pepper, onion, oregano, and some other herbs. It’s very good, I like it a lot. It’s really good to season taco meat with. Had some last night and used the stuff, it was very good. I do NOT use “taco seasoning” on taco meat. Too much chili powder, I dont like it. You find Tio Santi in Sav A Lots Mexican aisle. Sav A Lot has the best deals on Corn Tortillas, far cheaper than any of the other markets, including the Mexican ones.
THEN.. I poured a nice puddle of the wing sauce on the plate as I cooked the chops in the pan, and added some brown sugar, and molasses and stirred it up. It tastes GOOD! The sweet flavor against the wing sauce flavor. Note that I used the mild variety. It is $1 at Price chopper, far cheaper than Frank’s Wing Sauce.
This is VERY good on chops! I put some on as the chops cooked, and I put some on the plate, and ate it right up.