Favorite HOT Sauce?

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DrT999

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No one’s mentioned Texas Pete yet. Mild but with good flavor.

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Texas Pete, made here in Winston-Salem! Not much for 'hot' hot sauce, but I did start using the milder forms when in New Orleans, favoring New Orleans native Crystal (made in New Orleans near the corner of Airline/Tulane & Carrolton, a bit behind the old Rock-n-Bowl until Katrina!).
 

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Just had a bowl of left over Red Curry on white rice. It nukes up quite well. This time I doused it with a Marie Sharp’s Mango Habanero Pepper Sauce. Very, very nice. Mostly flavor with light to moderate heat. A beautiful match.

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Another exciting lunch of Asian leftovers….Pad Thai noodles with chicken. We’re REALLY lucky to have an authentic Thai place pretty close (10 min.) that uses all the right ingredients done the proper way. If we get dinner we always get Salad Rolls (prawn) and enough dishes so that we have half left over. One of the greatest things about a microwave oven is how well it does with leftover rice or noodles. It turns it from a lump of congealed starch to perfectly fluffy rice or noodles.

Anyway, I doctored the bowl of Pad Thai with a goodly dose of Tiger Sauce. What a classic. A little heat with great sweet flavor. It compliments the peanut and lime in the noodles really well.

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Two new ones.

Seed Ranch - Umami RESERVE (Hot) - Chocolate Habanero - Organic Savory Hot Sauce​

It’s Umami - handmade with a chocolate habanero pepper, dried olives, porcini mushrooms, capers, and wild kelp fronds, to create a hot, rich heat. Very unique. Had it on my pizza tonight and it was wonderful.


Seed Ranch - Truffle Hound (Medium Heat) - Truffle Hot Sauce​

Truffle Hound is a delicious, gourmet sauce featuring a blend of summer truffles, organic chili de arbol and ghost pepper. This sauce has the decadent, rich truffle taste and smooth sweetness of dates.

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I'm a fan of the Cholula smoky chipotle and the El Yucateco sauces if I'm after something with real heat. The green one they do is pretty darn hot, had a bottle that lasted me over a decade. It was used sparingly.

There's an Aussie brand Byron Bay Chilli company, which does a nice hot sauce with mango. In fact all their hot sauces I've tried have been good and hot and flavoursome.
 
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