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Fischer & Wieser Razzpotle Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce, 20-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6)

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  • Case of six 20-ounce sauce bottles (total of 120 ounces)
  • Zesty sauce made with ripe raspberries and chipotle peppers
  • All-natural; no added preservatives
  • Smoky, sweet, and spicy; gourmet accompaniment to soft cheese or grilled meat
  • Award-winning specialty condiments produced in Texas since 1969

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Manufactured in a facility that processes: Peanuts, Pecan, Almond, Pine Nut, milk, soy and anchovy.

Ingredients
Raspberries, Sugar, Chipotle Peppers, Jalapeno Peppers, Cider Vinegar, Garlic, Crushed Red Peppers, Salt, Spices, Pectin, Natural Flavors.

Directions
Refrigerate after opening.

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About the Brand

Fischer and Wieser Speciality Foods Company, a family-operated business, makes award-winning, gourmet sauces, jams, and jellies, including award-winning sauces such as the Original Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce; Sweet, Sour, and Smokey Mustard Sauce; and Texas 1015 Onion Glaze. Founded by Mark Wieser and Case Fischer in Texas in 1969, the company calls a historic warehouse site its home. The tradition and values that started the company still drive it today. Everyone at Fischer and Wieser believes in producing a quality product that is handcrafted one jar at a time.

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RazzPotle. In 1996, Fischer & Wieser created The Original Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce. This smokey, sweet and spicy concoction has garnered international acclaim, introduced our company to the culinary world and provided a true pantry essential to legions of loyal followers. Our No. 1 selling item, The Original Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce has become so popular that many attempted to duplicate it, but you just shouldn't mess with a good thing--this is the Original. Try it as an accompaniment with any meat, fish, or fowl. It's also great right out of the jar poured over soft cheese with crackers or mixed with vinegar and olive oil for a salad dressing. Its uses are many, but there is only one original. Enjoy! No preservatives added.

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  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000F3Q0QK
  • UPC: 020138246040
  • Item model number: F&WG000105
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (336 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,593 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

It's a good sauce if you like the taste.
Timothy Lovett
They included using the sauce as a salad dressing, with steak, in a sandwich wrap, roasted with a pork loin, as a spread over cream cheese, and with fish.
Susan Tunis
It does have a nice flavor, much more sweet than spicy.
Zack Davisson

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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By B. Christensen VINE VOICE on January 30, 2009
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This stuff has been a big hit with my family, especially with pork chops. We are serious "foodies" (I spent my early life in the restaurant business, and still do a lot of gourmet cooking), and find this to be an interesting flavor profile to add to *certain* dishes.

Because of its intensity across the flavor spectrum (very sweet, very fruity, quite spicy) its range of possible uses is fairly limited, but very noteworthy. I find the amount of seeds and pulp to be annoying for most uses, so I usually "water it down" with some stock or water (or fruit juice), warm it gently, then press it through a sieve to make a nice finishing sauce for pork or duck.

I have not been able to find or develop a recipe yet where I can use this sauce as part of the cooking process, probably because of the sugar content - it tends to burn when used as a BBQ marinade or sauce. Speaking of BBQ, it is very nice as a "finishing sauce" for BBQ ribs or chicken - I pull the meat off the grill and brush with the warmed sauce and then serve. Generally my guests will prefer the ribs finished with this sauce over those finished with a traditional BBQ sauce. This may be because of the unique flavor profile, but I also think that the combination of raspberry and chipotle is a brilliant combo for certain meat dishes.

My favorite recipes for this product:

Brined thick-cut pork rib chops, grilled or pan seared and then finished with a warmed, strained version of this sauce that has been slightly reduced with chicken stock.

BBQ Ribs finished with an undiluted glaze of this sauce

Seared duck breasts served on a "coulis" of this sauce that has been warmed with duck stock, reduced and about 1/2 of the pulp and seeds removed.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Cricket TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 21, 2009
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Whether you're preparing an appetizer, side dish, main course or dessert Fischer & Wieser Razzpotle Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce, 20-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6) is a wonderful item to have on hand.

I originally ordered this without realizing that it did contain seeds. Unfortunately I am the type that buys seedless jams, so I was definitely worried that I wouldn't like it. Upon receiving my order, it looked as though it was a very minimal amount so I decided to give it a try. Wanting to use recipes that have been tested with this sauce I headed to the Fischer & Wieser website. There I found three different ones that looked good and would allow me to taste the range of possibilities for this particular sauce.

My first choice was raspberry creamed chicken for dinner and it was delicious! The flavor was very nice and I think the cream toned down some of the chipotle's heat which my son wouldn't have normally liked. Then for dessert we decided to go easy and drizzle some onto vanilla ice cream. Simple, but tasty when combined together. The other recipe I will try soon is the raspberry chipotle cheese ball. It's a take on the sauce poured over cream cheese that everyone has mentioned, but this mixes both together and then you roll it in nuts. I'm taking it to a super bowl party and hope that it'll be an instant hit. *Edit 2/2/09 - Okay it was a hit! Everyone asked me what was in the cheese ball and they were all surprised when I said it was just cream cheese and the Razzpotle sauce. I used a soup bowl lined with saran wrap for the mold and then after it was chilled to firm up, I covered it with toasted chopped pecans - So easy!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Cupcake on January 22, 2009
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There are a zillion sweet & spicy products, but what makes this one special is the chipotles' smokiness. It's strong smoky flavor makes is much sturdier than the average sweet/hot condiment. (It also makes it too strong, in my opinion, for fish.) It's great on chicken & beef, but it really sings on pork, where the smoke is a natural. Also makes a quick and pretty appetizer dumped over goat cheese. The spice has a nice slow burn. I also like that it's a liquid condiment--much of the sweet/spicy stuff is either jelly- or chutney-like, not pourable--or if it is pourable, it's greasy (this isn't). I'm going to try a little blended into brownie batter. I love chipotle powder in brownies, so I think this would add an extra yummy dimension & some nice moisture and texture. Yum!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Deity HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 26, 2009
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The sweetness of raspberry with a spicy "bite" to wake up your taste buds. It does not have an overbearing spicy "burn your taste buds" taste to it, just enough to add some zing.

So many different uses for it. Believe it or not, I use it as a dipping sauce for french fries, used it as a condiment on a hamburger and my favorite - as chicken wing sauce. All I do is deep fry the wings until crispy. Remove wings and drain out excess oil, place in a container that has a tight lid. Pour the Razzpotle sauce over the wings (amount you use is up to you - I like them extra saucy). Cover the container with the lid and shake them around until the wings are well covered in the sauce. Pour out on a plate, serve with bleu cheese and carrot sticks.

According to the majority of the reviews, you can use this sauce for about anything you want. Thanks to everyone who has posted so many ideas and suggestions.
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