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Fischer & Wieser Razzpotle Roasted Raspberry

A raspberry chipotle sauce made by Fischer & Wieser.

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Surprisingly Good, Very Versatile

  • May 21, 2009
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I was a bit skeptical about the raspberry and chipotle peppers combination, but this sauce definitely exceeded my expectations!

I tried it as a dip - took a pack of cream cheese, poured the sauce over it, mashed a little bit, and ate with Triscuits - and it was absolutely delicious! It would be great with any type of meat, I personally tried it on chicken. The first time around I marinated the chicken in the sauce and then threw it on the grill. The second time I just made some holes in the chicken with a fork, poured the sauce over it, and stuck it in the oven. Either way, the chicken came out very good. If you like a raspberry vinaigrette type dressing, this sauce would work well as a dressing too. I highly recommend this chipotle sauce, you will not be disappointed!

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August 02, 2009
Mmmm, that does sound good!  I never would've thought of mixing flavored sauce into cream cheese and putting it on Triscuits.  Thanks for the tip! :)
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review by . March 29, 2009
This is a perfect combination of sweet and spicy. It has some kick, but not enough heat to make it unpleasant and the raspberry adds the perfect hint of sweetness.    The bottle contains a recipe for the use of the sauce on a pork loin. I tried that with the family and it was a hit. It wasn't too spicy for my 6 year old, he really liked it. I also poured some over a block of cream cheese and served it with crackers at a Super Bowl party, everyone (adults and children) really …
review by . February 19, 2009
This is a strange but quite good concoction. It reminds me of a very spicy ketchup I used to eat back in Poland, there they go crazy with sauces and all sorts of condiments, and this brought back the memories, for some reason this mimics the ketchup but not with tomato undertones, the raspberry is rich and jewel like in taste, it really burst in the mouth with a lot of spice behind, the smoke flavor gives it nice woody depth but it's not overpowering, not like smoking a pipe or anything.     I …
review by . February 12, 2009
I'm not usually a fan of raspberry flavoring in cooking, but this chipotle sauce won me over quickly. So far, it's been a hit with chicken and pork, with a few more ideas to pursue.    It's not subtle, you'll be treated to a wealth of flavors that coexist amazingly well. All I did was brown some chicken breasts and then finish them with the sauce. The only person at the table that wasn't asking for more was the one that prefers her food a little on the bland side anyway (she …
review by . February 12, 2009
I have really been enjoying giving this unique sauce a run for its money in a lot of different ways. The smoky-sweet spiciness is very versatile and never seems to overpower the flavor of the food it is paired with. The first couple of times I used it, I used it as a basting sauce for broiled chicken breast and pork chops. Yum! I especially like it slightly blackened and crispy. Actually, I used it on pork chops three times because is was so good. I put a tablespoon or so in some broth with veggies …
review by . January 31, 2009
We've roasted pork with this sauce, and used it for stir-fry, and seared chicken, and rubbed beef before grilling it, serving more sauce on the side. We'll move on next to salad dressings, and I can't swear I'm not going to bake with it.    Rather than being a sweet sauce, Razzpotle has a mellow, complex flavor that goes well with all kinds of meats. You won't need further seasonings to punch it up, and a little goes a long way.    I appreciate the fact that …
review by . January 28, 2009
This is a great sauce if you would like to try something new with just some "kick." While it is hard to please all taste buds, the only thing I can tell is: If you are a traditionalist and only eat straight-forward foods, you may not like it. However, if you are one that always dares to try something new, then this is for you! If you are a fan of sweet-n-sour or sweet-n-spicy flavors, then this is the sauce for you. It is hot, but not too hot and just enough sweetness to satisfy your taste buds.
review by . January 26, 2009
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. …
review by . January 25, 2009
I tried this sauce several ways. On a turkey sandwich, on crackers, with cream cheese.    Out of the bottle, it seems great. It smells terrific. On foods, however, it just didn't work for me. It is like a very thin raspberry jam with a hint of smokey heat that is completely overwhelmed by the sweetness of the sauce. For those of you who like sweet dressings, like poppyseed and catalina, this may go over well. I found it to be cloying and runny.    On the plus …
review by . January 22, 2009
Since several people expressed concern about the seeds in the sauce, I thought I'd try it as a salad dressing, where I figured the seeds would be less bothersome. I was pleasantly surprised by the taste of the dressing, the chipotle gave an interesting twist on the raspberry flavor. I don't think this is a dressing that I would want to have every night, but it is a great break from the usual and adds a fun twist to an everyday meal. I'm looking forward to trying this as a marinade, I think it will …
review by . January 22, 2009
Fischer and Wieser's Razzpotle sauce is a favorite of mine and it never disappoints.    Whether cooking with pork or chicken, or dipping it with cream cheese and crackers this is a tasty sauce.    The first time I served this up, I had a large family gathering. We grilled a couple dozen chicken breasts in three different sauces. I'm not exaggerating when I say I thought it'd come to blows over the remaining pieces of the Razzpotle chicken. My family is filled …
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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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