RisingHy Keepin’ It Spicy at Phoenix Public Market

We had such a great time Saturday at the Phoenix Public Market giving out samples and KeepinItSpicy! The weather couldn’t have been any better, and it was great seeing so many people come out and stop by the booth!

If you missed the opportunity to come by, say hello, and try the world’s best honey mustard, we will be out at the Phoenix Public Market again this Saturday, January 17th from 8am-1pm. 721 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004.

Keepin’ It Spicy!

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RisingHy Chicken Wings

RisingHy Chicken Wings

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2 pounds of chicken wings
1 1/2 cup white flour
1 1/2 tablespoons Rising Hy Devil salt
1/2 tablespoon pepper
Bread the wings and bake them for 30 min skin side up.
1 cup RisingHy honey mustard
1/3 cup soy sauce
1/3 cup chives
Mix sauces
Grill wings on BBQ or broil to get crispy, flipping for both sides.
Remove and toss immediately with sauce and chives. Serve
To make spicier add Habanero olive oil or habanero hot sauce with sauces!!! Amazing

RisingHy Chicken Enchilada

Chicken enchiladas

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2 chicken breast
Habanero hot sauce
Devil salt
Bottle of GreenGo
In sauce pot place chicken breast, cover with water about 1 over top of breast.
Add tablespoon of paste or lots of habanero hot sauce
Bring to boil, simmer for 10 minutes w out top.
Shred chicken with 2 forks add add back some broth to moisten.
Roll chicken in corn tortilla shells.
Heat pan with or without oil, high heat. Place rolled edge side down in pan until crispy, flip do the same.

Step 1

Make all your rolled tortillas and place them in a baking dish.
Pre heat oven to 350.
Dice onion, tomato, jalapeño, cilantro.
Cover rolled tacos with cheese, all veggies.
Pour bottle of green over tacos and put into oven for 20 minutes.

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Remove, serve, enjoy!!
Keepin it spicy!! RisingHy

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Chapter 2 RisingHy History

Shortly after launching RisingHy, Mike began to look for a location to make the Habanero Hot Sauce and found Cuvee 928 in Flagstaff. The owner had worked with Mike at a local eatery and asked him if he wanted to come and help her open a new Wine Bar and restaurant in Downtown Flagstaff, his response,”Can I make hot sauce there”? Thank you Taryn for making his and our dreams come true. Closed on Sundays, Mike gathered all his friends and family members and began to make the Habanero Hot sauce on the weekends. During the week he would pound the pavement and talk to local businesses about RisingHy and bartend at night. It was a grueling schedule that lead him to various ideas and thoughts on how to best market and distribute his sauces. Over the course of two years he gained new clients and built a reputation as a local sauce company. Many people thought that he was crazy! They may have been right but his love and passion would not stop him from going after his dream! RisingHy is a lifestyle of drive and taking risks about the things you love and want to make happen!!

RisingHy in AZ Republic

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Quinoa and Basil with Vegetables

Quinoa and Basil

One cup of quinoa
5 fresh basil leaves
2 cups of vegetables (roasted)
asparagus
red and yellow peppers
onion
1/2 lb of meat (if desired)
Habanero Olive Oil
Devil Salt
Honey Mustard
Habanero Hot Sauce

Toss all vegetables in Habanero Olive Oil and Devil Salt until coated and roast in oven at 375 or on grill until tender. Remove and cover trapping juice. Make quinoa according to package directions. Dice basil leaves and add to cooked quinoa, cover with Devil Salt and mix well. If adding meat, cook on grill or pan sear with honey mustard as a glaze. Remove from heat, glaze with mustard and set aside covered.
Take a small cup or ramekin and fill with quinoa and pack it down. Grab plate, and place over the top of cup or ramekin. Flip over and tap out quinoa, making a nice design, place roasted vegetables around quinoa. Drizzle juice of vegetables over the quinoa and serve. With meat, serve along side or dice and add to vegetables. Serve and enjoy with Habanero Hot Sauce.

RisingHy Bulls Eye

RisingHy Bulls Eye

1 piece of bread
1 egg
Habanero Olive Oil
Habanero Hot
Devil Salt
Tomato
RisingHy Shot glass (optional)

Use the shot glass (upside down) to remove the center of the bread. Add oil to the pan and rub bread on both sides, turn on heat and brown bread slightly on either side. Once brown, crack egg into the center of the bread and let cook on medium heat, sprinkle with Devil Salt. Flip bread and egg and let yolk cook but remain runny. Dice tomato (avocado) and add Habanero Hot Sauce. Remove egg, cover with tomato and hot sauce and serve!

RisingHy’s Honey mustard pork chops

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 2 hours

Ingredients:
3 lbs pork roast
¼ c. RisingHy honey mustard
2 tbsp. black pepper
½ tsp. dried thyme, crushed
½ tsp. devil dust

Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees F (150 degrees C). Score 1/2 inch slits in your roast and place in baking dish.
2. Combine honey mustard, pepper, thyme, and devil dust in small bowl; mix until well blended. Brush mixture over roast, working well into slits.
3. Bake roast in preheated oven for one hour. Remove roast from oven and flip in pan. Brush remaining honey sauce over roast. Return to oven and continue baking for 45 minutes to an hour or until internal temperature reaches 145 degrees F (63 degrees C). Let stand for 15 minutes before slicing.

How Hot Are Habanero Sauces?

Habanero Hot SauceWhen you love spicy food, your body grows accustomed to the heat. Your taste buds get stronger, and eventually you seek out more spice.

Spicy sauces are addicting and can be healthier than most condiments and of course delicious. Adding hot sauce to healthy food makes it enjoyable, and it provides a phenomenal snack!

Take sauces made from habanero peppers for example. The habanero pepper is one of the hottest peppers on the Scoville scale of heat and loaded with flavor. The heat of the pepper is determined by the season and location in which the pepper grows. The heat from habaneros stimulates metabolism and helps to burn fat- so the hotter the better! If you were to consume six grams of habanero peppers or sauce, you would burn over forty calories!

For other peppers on the Scoville scale, check out this awesome infographic!

 

Chapter 1 of RisingHy

This story begins with the ending unknown but already deep into the adventure. During this journey we will describe what it means to be RisingHy, for it is not only a brand but also an idea! Together we will build a story to be told for many reasons built on one principle, RisingHy. We hope that you enjoy this trek and all that it may bring, for it has already brought us to now.

2002

As the sophomore year of college began, Mike thought it would be a great idea to brew some beer at his new house. Why not? Having honed in what he thought was “veteran” status for beer knowledge, he decided to buy a “Home Brew Kit” and make a batch. All pieces of the chemistry experiment were purchased locally in Flagstaff, AZ and he set his heart on a Red Ale. Mike has always been a very adventurous type who typically threw himself into things without much research or knowledge. “Best way to learn is to get your whole body into it” was one of the motos by which he lived. So he began in his tiny kitchen with his fellow three roommates routing him on. Cooked, set aside and waiting in the corner of his small room he set about his daily living, waiting for that great taste.
“What the hell just happened, no way!!!” Mike uttered as he entered his room a couple of days later. From corner to corner, in the closet, all over the clothes, over everything, was beer. Foam dried hops, yeast, barley covering the room. What had gone wrong, why did this happen…well the science is known, but that was the end of it, no more beer. This is not to say that Mike gave up, oh no, but his friend thought of another idea. Make hot sauce, he bought him a kit at a department store and so it began…

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