Sauces, Dressings, & Dips
This semi- traditional Jamaican jerk sauce for meat, poultry, and seafood. It contains cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger (all aphrodisiacs, so be careful!) and spicy stuff. This stuff is very addicting! Cool Runnings!read more
This is some seriously satisfying and savory peanut sauce right here! We love using this sauce for dipping (chicken, shrimp, veggies), as a marinade, or with noodles. This peanut sauce recipe is super fast and easy, all you need is a blender and the right ingredients and your future favorite peanut sauce will be ready to serve up in no time!read more
Another great Mago dressing and marinade! Use this on chicken, salmon, or white fish. It’s an easy sauce that takes no time to make..
You might want to drink this stuff it’s so good! It’s the best Ginger Dressing out there.
You will love this fresh and flavor packed Chimichurri Sauce recipe that’s ready in less than 5 minutes. It’s flavorful, healthy, so easy!read more
This quick and simple recipe will blow your mind! It’s a sauce, a paste, and much more. It works great as a dip for crackers, chips, veggies…anything! We especially love using this recipe for pasta sauces and our homemade pizzas. It’s great for parties, but you might not want to share this stuff with anyone after you taste it.read more
Our Mago Cilantro Lemon Vinaigrette is a healthy and easy homemade dressing that’s perfect for salads and it’s great as a marinade or sauce for meats. It’s refreshing and it keeps you wanting more!read more
This soup will warm your soul, satisfy your taste buds, and help keep you healthy for the holidays!read more
Puebla is considered the ‘cradle of corn’, where it’s said that the first corn in the world was harvested. This is a MAGO tribute to Puebla and this great day for Mexico.read more
Mago Golden Gazpacho Gazpacho was first created in Andalusia, southern Spain. This dish dates back centuries, and has been influenced by many different cultures and civilizations. For centuries, gazpacho provided nourishment in the intense summer heat for workers in...read more
This coconut curry is unbelievable! It goes great over rice and vegetables of your choice. Mago Red Sauce works great as well for less heat, but we usually make this recipe with our Mago Green Thai Blend. This dish might take your taste buds to places unknown!read more
We love honey! Honey is great for your sinuses and your immune system. Our favorites are the organic honeys we discover from our local farmers markets.
This sweet and spicy seared scallop recipe is quick and easy. We like serving it over rice and a veggie medleyread more
This simple recipe is a quick way to create delicious creamy pasta with a Cajun twist. Be careful though…pasta might never be the same! This dish is addicting!read more
This is one of our all-time favorite chicken marinade recipes! You’ll be licking the sweet and savory goodness off the plate afterwards. This is a great Mago Menu recipe for any time of year.read more
Mago Shrimp Pad Thai
Today we are making Shrimp Pad Thai. We just love thai food! Hot peppers are a crucial part of Thai cuisine, and they are found on tables all over South East Asia. Pour some extra Mago Hot Sauce on this meal and you might be inspired to buy a plane ticket!read more
This pasta is easy to make, and it’s something different. By adding Mago Hot Sauce, this tasty recipe is our version of ‘arrabiata’. This dish is best when fresh, and the avocado sauce is worth every bite. Buon Appetito! Feeds about 3-4 people Ingredients: 12 ounces...read more
Another signature MAGO snack! These Roasted Mago Chickpeas are healthy and hearty. You won’t be able to put these down!read more
Magic Mago Mushrooms Serves about 4 people as a side This easy and delicious recipe makes a solid side for 2 people, or works for 4-6 people as a grazing plate. Add another baking pan and double up the ingredient list...read more
Spicy Honey Brussel Sprouts
Everyone loves these spicy and semi-sweet sprouts. They are easy to prepare and they make a great side for any meal. When you go to your local farmers market, look for brussel sprouts and some locally produced honey.read more