An advocate of tropical flavors and simple, delicious recipes,  I was excited to learn more about Natural Isle Tropical Gourmet specialty condiments. The company was founded in 2001, beginning with a bouquet of six fruit-based condiments. More than a decade later, the tropical product line up includes Tropical sauces, chutney, mustard, fruit dressing, and seasonings. Nature Isle products are not only vegan, fruit-based and gluten free but also tomato free. Those with histamine and tomato allergies can also enjoy tropical flavors without worry!

Products are co-packed in a certified FDA-registered Food-Processing and Kosher (OU) certified facility located in Baltimore, MD, for national distributors and direct clients nationwide. In doing a store search on the website, I found availability to be mostly in and around the MD area. The products are available in several stores throughout the United States, one of which is 95 miles from my SW Florida location but very close to Tampa and Orlando. Not planning a trip any time soon, I opted to browse their online store.

Cook with Mango Pepper Sauce Given that the combination of spicy heat and mangos are a personal flavor obsession, I was drawn to the Mango Pepper Sauce. The 12 oz bottle was reasonably priced at only 4.99. Described as an elegant blend of mangoes and peppers with a medium heat ranking, I knew I had to try it.

After adding the mango pepper sauce to my shopping cart, browsing the recipe section was the next step. All I can say is OMG I can’t wait until this sauce arrives! The Tropical Sautéed Snapper recipe comes across as incredibly delicious and one to keep handy. How so? It calls for blend mango butter and mango pepper topped off with tropical chutney. With a combination of flavors such these how could this fish be anything but delicious. Moreover, the level of versatility is incredible.

The Tropical Sautéed Snapper recipe can be prepared with any firm white fish, which adds a level of versatility. Included are instructions for making mango butter too. Of course, one could substitute mango for a similar fruit. In addition, the chutney topping called for, which I’ll be making fresh, is available for cooks who would rather not have the hassle of making fresh chutney. A variety of tropical inspired chutneys would work well as topping, including one you might have on hand. You can find the complete recipe here.

Fabulous flavor, healthy, and versatile! Can you see why I’m excited about and anxious to cook with Nature Isle Tropical Gourmet products?

Before I close, be on the lookout for a recipe update, complete with spicy mango pepper photos too!