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Old 06-25-19, 11:55 AM
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Let's talk hot sauces

In the same vein as the soda thread, let's talk hot sauce. With so many regional brands I'd like to highlight what's currently in your fridge or your go to.

My new favorite:

This stuff is delicious on eggs. Not really spicy but very flavorful. Got my first bottle at a pepper festival and have been ordering from their website since.

This one is great on fish:


A very herby hot sauce, that again isn't in your face with the heat. Works on fish, and won't dominate the flavor. This one is good on eggs as well.


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Definitie heat but there is some sweet too. Very interesting.
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Re: Let's talk hot sauces

Right now I have 2 favorites that I find myself using the most:


Good amount of heat, and the flavor is out of this world. I use it a lot on tacos.

If you like cajun spice, I highly recommend this sauce.
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For standard hot sauce, Cholula is still my favorite. My favorite overall pepper sauce is Pikkapeppa. Put this shit on damn near everything.

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Good old fashion Hawaiian Chili Pepper Water.

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Re: Let's talk hot sauces

This is a timely topic for me. I just started a batch of homemade sriracha-style sauce a couple nights ago -- 3/4 red jalapenos,1/4 serrano, a few garlic cloves, brown sugar and salt. I'm going to let it ferment a bit longer then blend it with some rice vinegar before bottling.

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I make my own from time to time pretty easy and super delicious!
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Excellent on choice TexMex and in chili to add heat (compliments the taste vs. altering it).
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^ I picked up this variant

in the airport in Puerto Vallarta and really liked it.
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Western NY taco chain sells their own sauce in local grocery stores and online. I don't like hot for the sake of hot with no taste, this stuff tastes great and is reasonably spicy, I really like it. I'm a fan of the restaurants as well.
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Re: Let's talk hot sauces

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Excellent on choice TexMex and in chili to add heat (compliments the taste vs. altering it).
I have the 4 pack of this in my cart on Amazon now. One of my favorite Mexican places has this on the table and it's pretty tasty. I like the green one as well.
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Re: Let's talk hot sauces

Any favorites to mix with. BBQ sauce?

I like to buy basic BBQ Sauce (red, I make my own mustard base bbq sauce), then add depending on taste for that cook out. I might add honey or brown sugar (and a few other things for sweet), or hot sauce to more spicy.
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Re: Let's talk hot sauces

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I have the 4 pack of this in my cart on Amazon now. One of my favorite Mexican places has this on the table and it's pretty tasty. I like the green one as well.
I also brought the 4 pack twice from Amazon as well as the green one once. I brought the EL YUCATECO SAUCE HABANERO XTRA HOT, 4 OZ (4-Pack) once.

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Re: Let's talk hot sauces

Right now in my cupboard I have 4 four 2oz. bottles of Tabasco Habanero Pepper Sauce. I wish I could fine these in the bigger 5 or 12oz. bottles.

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Re: Let's talk hot sauces

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Right now in my cupboard I have 4 four 2oz. bottles of Tabasco Habanero Pepper Sauce. I wish I could fine these in the bigger 5 or 12oz. bottles.
I've seen it in 5 oz. bottles, but I don't believe they sell 12 oz ones.

There's also this option





https://countrystore.tabasco.com/products/habanero-hot-sauce?utm_source=tabasco.com&utm_medium=buybutton
* If you want to pick up a few of the 5 oz. bottles, they typically have free shipping offer around the holidays.

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Ring of Fire has heat but great flavor. When I lived in San Diego, they made it locally. You could find it a few spots. And, last time I was there, it was one of the hot sauces featured at Firehouse Subs.

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