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*By Suzie “Saucy Mama” Barhyte- Original Recipe!*

 It’s about time for some new Saucy Mama products, don’t you think? Well, we are here at the Fancy Food Show in New York ( it’s our last day, sadly) and have officially announced some new, mouth-watering marinades, mustards, and dressings! Please welcome our newest Saucy Mama additions:

  • Apricot Ginger Mustard
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Tarragon Lemon Mustard
  • Sweet Heat Marinade
  • Sante Fe Creamy Chipotle Dressing
  • Pacific Rim Ginger Dressing

Sound good? We sure think so! While these will be available to purchase in Fall 2010, I have been playing with new recipes using these products to share with you in the near future. The recipe below came from our Saucy Mama Martini Party and uses the new Saucy Mama Sweet Heat Marinade. This pork tenderloin, baked in the oven, turned out incredibly flavorful and tender. Our guests just loved it. 

Sweet Heat Pork Tenderloin

Saucy Mama’s Sweet Heat Pork Tenderloin

Ingredients:

  • 2 bottles Saucy Mama’s Sweet Heat Marinade (coming Fall 2010!)
  • 1  1/2 – 2 lbs of pork tenderloin

Directions: 

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.  

Pour 1 bottle of marinade into a 1 gallon zip lock bag. Add pork. Place in flat baking dish and put in refrigerator for at least 2 hours and up to 2 days. Turn bag every so often when you happen to open the refrigerator. 

Place rack in large flat baking dish. Place marinated pork on rack and pour contents of the bag over it all. Place pork in the oven for 30 to 40 minutes. Every 10 minutes, drizzle the pork with marinade from the second bottle of Saucy Mama Sweet Heat Marinade. When the pork is cooked through, let it rest for at least 10 minutes before slicing. If there is any marinde left in the second bottle, add to the drippings in the pan. Use pan drippings for a dipping sauce for the pork. Slice the pork as you would BBQ pork and serve as an appetizer. This is also wonderful served as a main course. 

And don’t forget to enter our giveaway contest! (Thru 6/30)

You can win a Saucy Mama gift basket valued at nearly $100! You can enter as many times you like, by doing one or all of the following:

1) Leave a comment and like our FB page at  www.facebook.com/SaucyMama

2) Follow SaucyMamaCafe on Twitter (www.twitter.com/saucymamacafe) & Tweet about this giveaway:  “I just entered to #win a $100 sampling of @SaucyMamaCafe treats & kitchen gadgets. You can too! http://bit.ly/b8QZcC”

3) Subscribe to our blog

4) Leave a comment here on our blog.

5) Send this giveaway link to 5 of your friends and let me know you did or post this link as your FB status

6) Bring a friend! Tell a friend to join our Facebook fanpage and let us know by leaving a comment on FB or here on our blog.

I had such a full fridge in my test kitchen a couple days ago and had to get it cleaned out before today when we all left for New York (for the Fancy Food Show).  I decided just to cook everything up and give lunch to our crew. 

I marinated skinless, boneless chicken thighs in Teriyaki Tailgate Wing Sauce, Saucy Mama Hot Wing Sauce, and Saucy Mama Lime Chipotle Marinade. I also had boneless, skinless chicken breasts that were marinated in Saucy Mama Sweet Onion Dressing. Now, the salad dressing as the marinade was not my idea; that came from Chris and Irene’s house.  They said that Cole, (9 years old) and Macy (7), love chicken cooked that way. Well, it was as good as time as any to give it a try.  I just marinated everything for about an hour, put in seperate baking pans, and placed in a 350 degree oven for about 30 minutes. All the different chickens disapeared pretty quickly, but the Sweet Onion went the fastest. It turned golden in the oven and had a rich almost buttery flavor. You have to learn to trust those grand kids :-)
 
The other new thing I tried today involved all my extra broccoli. I took broccoli flowerettes and tossed them with enough Noho’s Sweet Chili-yaki to coat, along with 2 tablespoons of olive oil. I then placed them on a rimmed baking sheet, spread them out into a single layer and baked them in a 425 degree oven for 20 minutes. This broccoli turned out to be delicious! And now we are in New York and ready for the Fancy Food Show! It should be a wonderful weekend.

I hope you all have a great weekend also! Don’t forget to leave us comments on our blog and Facebook and re-tweet our Twitter posts for our giveaway contest! All the details on ways to enter are below. Thanks!

We’re gearing up for the Fancy Food Show in New York this week – always an exciting time for us, as we get to unveil a lot of the new marinades and mustards I’ve been cooking up in my kitchen the past few months.

As we get ready to head out the door, we wanted to give you a chance to sample some of the goods that has made Saucy Mama so popular this past year!  So we’ve put together a basket of treats to give to TWO lucky readers, valued at nearly $100 each!

In addition to the bright red colander you see in the picture, winners will receive a signature Saucy Mama handcrafted apron, as well as the following Saucy Mama condiments:

- Lime Chipotle Marinade

- Sesame Ginger Marinade

- Hot Wing Sauce

- Raspberry Viniagrette

- Sweet Onion Marinade

- Backyard Brat Mustard

- Champagne Honey Mustard

- Chipotle Mustard

You can enter as many times you like, by doing one or all of the following:

1) Leave a comment and like our FB page at www.facebook.com/SaucyMama

2) Follow SaucyMamaCafe on Twitter (www.twitter.com/saucymamacafe) & Tweet about this giveaway:  “I just entered to #win a $100 sampling of @SaucyMamaCafe treats & kitchen gadgets. You can too! http://bit.ly/b8QZcC”

3) Subscribe to our blog

4) Leave a comment here on our blog.

5) 7) Send this giveaway link to 5 of your friends and let me know you did or post this link as your FB status

6) Bring a friend! Tell a friend to join our Facebook fanpage and let us know by leaving a comment on FB or here on our blog.

Like we said, you can enter just by doing ONE of these things.  Or increase your odds by trying any mix of the options listed above. It’s up to you.  We’ll leave this contest open through the end of the Fancy Food Show, on June 30. So please make sure to spread the word!

We’re so grateful to you for letting your friends know about Saucy Mama, and we hope to give you the chance to try out some of these great time-saving and DELICIOUS dinner solutions for yourself!

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