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Favorite hot sauce.

This is a discussion on Favorite hot sauce. within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Cholula is great.....although it's not really a 'hot' sauce, right? It's just tasty. Crystal is great, too. Wouldn't be gumbo without some Crystal....

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    Cholula is great.....although it's not really a 'hot' sauce, right? It's just tasty.

    Crystal is great, too. Wouldn't be gumbo without some Crystal.
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    My wife's home made.

    My church's home made is pretty good too but it's not consistent like Mama-San's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypher View Post
    My wife's home made.

    My church's home made is pretty good too but it's not consistent like Mama-San's

    Nice. I make a hot sauce with habaneros, mustard, and curry powder. All blended up with peaches. Might sound odd, but it is fantastic.

    Which reminds me....I've got a pint in the freezer...so I'll ned to make a new batch soon....
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    Samyang Buldak 2X Hot Chicken Flavor Sauce is now my favorite.
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    My favorite hot sauce is a serrano pepper sauce one of my brothers makes from a recipe handed down to him from my step dad, who was nearly fanatical over his recipe and growing hot peppers. Lots of flavor and pretty mild. He also makes a habanero sauce that is too much for my digestive system now. If I have to buy pepper sauce, it is usually the kind Aldi's or Wally World sells for about a buck a bottle.

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    Look at the ingredients. First listed is the greatest quantity, then in decending order.
    This has one ingredient. No water, no vinegar, no salt.
    100% Habanero.

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    Tobasco Chipolte pepper sauce.
    My new favorite although I like others. Oh and try Frito corn chips in your scrambled eggs. Don't add them to soon or to late. It's kind of a long story so you'll have to believe me when I say it was divine inspiration while upon a rough ocean. Don't forget the shredded cheddar.

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    El Tapatio, and La Victoria are the most common here. Neither are terribly hot. But are tasty! Defiantly a Mexican flavor. But if you look in the cupboard you will also find Chrystal and Tabasco bottles. Some foods just aren't right with out the right flavors! DR
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    Tabasco or 509 Green Chili
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    Quote Originally Posted by G26Raven View Post
    I don't go any hotter than medium hot salsa.

    By all accounts I have read, and from speaking with someone with personal experience, this is the hottest stuff going.

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    Dave's Insanity Sauce is certainly hotter than I want to go. A friend gave me a bottle of that about 10 years ago. I finally threw it out. Just couldn't find a use for it, as every time I tried to add it to something, it was way too much.

    I like Lousiana, Cholula, Valentina's, etc. But my favorite is any variety of Nando's Peri-peri sauce from South Africa. Hot, but not too hot and wonderful flavor.
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    This is very close to Tyler Florences's basic salsa recipe. It's not very hot as is but a few more peppers can always be added.

    28 ounce can whole tomatoes, drained, reserving the juice (recommend San Marzano)
    1 small red onion, finely chopped
    1 serrano chili finely chopped
    1 garlic clove, roughly chopped
    juice of 2 limes
    kosher salt
    freshly cracked black pepper

    To make the salsa, pulse all the ingredients, except the tomato juice, in a food processor.
    Add the reserved tomato juice as needed if the salsa is too thick.
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    Hot sauce? I'll skip it, thanks. I'd rather not torture myself.
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    This is what I'm currently using for hot sauce. My screaming hot sauce rodeo days are over. I think this has great flavor for most things. I've always liked green over red sauce.
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    Living in Thailand as a kid, I came to love the "original" Sriracha sauce. Now available on -- where else? -- Amazon.

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