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samosa4u 07-10-2017 10:29 AM

Your Favorite Hot Sauce?
 
I just put some TABASCO HABANERO on my pizza - yummy! :) This sauce is perfect for me, because it is not too hot, nor is it mild. I see it is around 7,000 - 8,000 SHU.

https://www.chilliworld.com/factfile...eScovilleScale

Based on the above information, it looks like mine is pretty mild compared to the others! :eek:

Anyways, is there anyone here who likes their hot sauce? Which one is your favorite?

ALR-bishop 07-10-2017 12:20 PM

I once tried something called Black Mamba 6 Get Bitten. Will never do so again. Recovery time was considerable. I like hot and spicy food but some of the peppers today are seemingly just meant to maime and incapacitate.

LuckyLarry 07-10-2017 12:27 PM

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Griffins 07-10-2017 12:51 PM

I used to have a company that sold hot sauce, we had about 200 different types. We had stuff that would literally burn a hole in your throat, stomach, whatever. Napalm'd its way thru your entire system. Not a lot of fun but good drinking stories.

When you're done killing yourself, these are my favorites:
Nando's Peri Peri, from South Africa. Various levels of heat, with a really good flavor.
Melindas/Marie Sharp's hot sauce, from Belize and Costa Rica (same company different names). Various levels of heat, this sauce is built on a carrot base which sounds really weird but really works and you don't taste the carrot at all.
Sriracha- this is probably the best of all of them, and the cheapest. It's made in L.A. by a Vietnamese refugee, complete Horatio Alger story. Only one level of heat, but the flavor is great and it works on everything.

Butch7999 07-10-2017 12:54 PM

A proper hot sauce walks the tightrope between pain and pleasure.
We recommend liberal doses of Frank's RedHot Original and Frank's RedHot Wings
[ http://www.franksredhot.com/wings/hi...franks-redhot/ ]
-- plenty enough heat and sting to make you sweat bullets, but never lacking for actual flavour.

Trust us, we're from Buffalo, where the wings come from.

packs 07-10-2017 01:00 PM

I second Cholula. Delicious on everything.

bnorth 07-10-2017 04:11 PM

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I love Daves Insanity Sauce. This stuff is light you up hot and when used in very small amounts has great flavor. One of my easy favorites is to add one drop to your butter when sauteing shrimp with the shell on.:)

rgpete 07-11-2017 03:14 PM

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Jantz 07-15-2017 06:06 PM

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Originally Posted by LuckyLarry (Post 1679346)


I was traveling to Detroit the other day and stopped at an IHOP for something to eat. The waitress ask if I would like some hot sauce brought out to the table. When she returned, she had the same brand that you had posted. Remembering it from this thread, I tried it on my eggs. It was delicious!

Thanks Larry!

bravos4evr 07-16-2017 01:03 PM

My favorite Louisiana hot sauce is Crystal's




https://baumerfoods.com/products/images/5-HotSauce.png




It's got a good blend of heat and flavor without as much vinegar as Tabasco..


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