Our Texas Wildfire Poppy Seed Dip Mix is sweet like traditional poppy seed dressing, but with enough chipotle to wake up your taste buds. Texas Wildfire Poppy Seed Popcorn is popcorn like you’ve never had it before. The sweet/hot combination is just amazing. It’s perfect for snacking in front of the TV, while working or reading, and a great appetizer. If using microwave popcorn, place cooked popcorn in paper or plastic bag. Add ¼ cup of oil and shake until popcorn is evenly coated. Add half of mix (or more to taste). Shake until popcorn is evenly coated with mix. This is an amazing summer snack, and all but guilt free, even with summer ale (pictured).
OTHER GREAT WAYS TO USE THIS MIX:
Party Dip: Make it with mayo and sour cream. It’s delicious with chips (pictured) and fresh veggies (pictured). Or serve it with both for your party, but have plenty of both; the guys will gobble it up with chips, and the ladies will keep coming back for the veggies.
On French Fries: In Belgium, fries are served with mayo (plain or spiced) rather than ketchup. In that tradition, we’ve paired sweet potato fries with Texas Wildfire Poppy Seed for dipping (pictured). It’s truly a match made in heaven, especially with a frosty beer.
Coleslaw Dressing: Texas Wildfire Poppy Seed Coleslaw will really wake up mouths at your next BBQ or picnic. Takes coleslaw to great places previously unimagined.
Rub It In: Mouthwatering as a rub for Texas Wildfire Poppy Seed Chicken or Texas Wildfire Poppy Seed Pork. Baste chicken or pork with olive oil and sprinkle on mix. Roast or grill for an amazing main dish. Grilling with this mix could make your summer parties the hit of the season.
Good with a slightly sweet wine, especially with veggies. With chips and most other ways it’s served, it’s complimented best by beer or ales.
Makes about 2 cups.
No artificial colors, ingredients or preservatives added.
Ingredients: Brown sugar, vinegar powder, granulated onion, granulated garlic, poppy seeds, ground chipotle pepper.
Allergen Info: Some ingredients packaged on equipment that also packages peanuts and tree nuts.