Blackberry Chipotle Sauce

Blackberries are one of more than 300 known varieties of berries and Mexico is one of the top 5 world exporters of this fruit. Some types of berries were already appreciated and used in prehispanic times in rituals and offerings. Today, Cocina Mestiza offers you a sauce that combines the tangy taste of blackberries with the smokey aroma of chipotle peppers resulting in an artfully combined flavor that goes well with a great variety of dishes such as meat, poultry, cheese and salads.



Recommended uses for all Cocina Mestiza’s Gilling and Dipping Sweet and Sour Sauces:

  • Cheese: Cocina Mestiza Sauces can be served over mild flavored cheese as an appetizer. Brie, Camambert, or cream cheese work very well. Serve with crackers or bread.
  • Salad Dressings: Create luscious fruit dressings with our Sweet and Sour Sauces. Just add your favorite vinegars, oils, seasonings and spices to taste. Some ideas are Dijon style mustard, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce, cider or rice vinegars, walnut or sesame oil,  grated lemon zest, ginger, garlic, onion, etc. Experiment to your fancy with  these versatile sauces.
  • Dipping sauces: Make any kind of dipping sauce for breaded shrimp or tempura, chicken nueggets, chicken wings, etc.  Formulate your own flavors or influence with Oriental, European o Mexican  ingredients.
  • Grilling: Season meat, chicken or vegetables with salt and pepper or seasonings. In the last part of the grilling generously brush your favorite flavor of Cocina Mestiza’s Sweet and Sour Sauces over food.
  • Marinades: Sweet and Sour sauces can be mixed with finely chopped onion and garlic, salt and pepper to create a marinade for meat, poultry and fish.
  • Sauces: Over medium flame, heat oil and brown seasoned meat or chicken on all sides. Add 2 cups of broth and bake at 170°F . Aproximately during the last 20 minutes of cooking add a bottle of Cocina Mestiza’s Sweet and Sour Sauce.  Check seasoning before serving.
  • Deserts: The unexpected hint of spice in our sauces works wonders over deserts such as chocolate cake or mousses. Experiment a different desert and expect the unexpected with the spicy results.


Blackberries, sugar, vinegar, water, chile paste, spices, iodized salt, pectin  and citric acid.