Grilled Peaches with Creme Fraiche and Surprisingly Mild Guajillo Ghost Drizzle
Simple to make, summery, complex, refreshing, and a little spicy (courtesy of the ghost peppers in the Fat Cat Surprisingly Mild Guajillo Ghost Tex-Mex Hot Sauce and Marinade), this dish makes an exotic cookout favorite.
2-3 large peaches, preferably those that are a little under-ripe or still somewhat firm
2-3 tablespoons of Fat Cat Surprisingly Mild Guajillo Ghost Tex-Mex Hot Sauce and Marinade
2 tablespoons of creme fraiche, sour cream or Greek-style yogurt
Unflavored cooking spray (i.e. Original Pam, etc.)
Pre-heat your grill to high.
Cut the peaches into 1/2-inch wide wedges and spray both sides of the fruit lightly with cooking spray. (This ensures the fruit will not stick to the grill.)
Grill peaches on one side until fruit has charred nicely (about 1-2 minutes), then flip and grill another 1-2 minutes. Peaches should still be slightly firm when done. (Note: This can be done indoors with a grill pan or saute pan as well.)
Arrange peach slices on a plate and drizzle Fat Cat Surprisingly Mild Guajillo Ghost Tex-Mex Hot Sauce and Marinade over them. Dot the plate with creme fraiche and enjoy!
Note 1: The recipe also works well with mango, plums, papaya or pineapple.
Note 2: If you find that the fruit is not as sweet as you’d like, drizzle 1 teaspoon of honey over the fruit after grilling (in addition to drizzling the sauce on top).