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  1. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Active Member

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    Favorite brands ?

    Homemade recipes?


    I like Hot Mama's brand HabaneroXXX, from Belize and contains only Red Habaneros, Carrots, Onions, Lime juice, Vinegar, Garlic and Salt. Fair amount of kick with Great flavor. I think this has a much better flavor than Dave's, Tabasco or some of the others I've tried.

    I also like El Tapatio for it's flavor, although a bit milder. Great on eggs.

    Never tried my own hot sauce; plenty of salsa and pico though.

    Also went ahead and ordered some of this today : "Melinda's All Natural Habanero Ketchup". I will post up on how it tastes when it gets here.
    Last edited: Nov 7, 2009
  2. Maximilian II

    Maximilian II New Member

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    Of the commonly available commercial brands I like Sriracha best. It's in the Asian section of the Super Wallyworlds around here.
    A friend gave me a bottle of homemade sauce just today, it's a lime pepper sauce. I haven't tasted it yet.
  3. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Active Member

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    I've had the Sriracha before, great on egg rolls and for dipping sauces. Great with Asian foods.
    Let us know how the lime/pepper sauce tastes, if it's good, post up a recipe. If it's bad, send it to BU's wife and let her get rid of it; I'm sure she'll come up with something creative! :D:D
  4. Maximilian II

    Maximilian II New Member

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    No recipe yet but the sauce is pretty good. Not very hot, strong lime flavor. Not overpowering, I'd call it refreshing.
  5. PharmrJohn

    PharmrJohn New Member

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    The hotter the better. The habanero sauce in the stores around here is pathetic. It might have a quarter of a pepper in the jar. Lame. My grandmother used to make this wicked green sauce when I was a kid. Back then it was too hot for me, but my Dad ate it up. There is a sauce I saw on the Internet made from Ghost peppers that looks good....I may try that. So far, I haven't found a production sauce that is hot enough for my tastes.
  6. Maximilian II

    Maximilian II New Member

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    There's the classic Dave's Insanity, it has capsicum concentrate added.
    A friend once gave me a vial of sauce that came in a miniature outhouse, called A** Blaster. Also contained capsicum concentrate, but tasty as well as hot.
  7. terryu1

    terryu1 Armed Infidel Supporting Member

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    All time favorite is A line of sauces called "Scorned Women" and they have a variety called "Sweet Magic" Not too hot and not too sweet. Great on Pizza and in chili etc. For a sweeter variety I like Georgia Peach and Vidallia Onion Hot Sauce. For a straight hot sauce I like Blair's "After Death" Won 1st place a few years ago in national competition for habanero based hot sauce. Very Hot!!
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    Artemus New Member

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    I love the flavor and sweetness of Tiger Sauce myself.It's great on meats,fish,and in soups.
  9. Crpdeth

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    Try this... I like it real well for homemade hot sauce.

    Crpdeth
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    artabr New Member

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    Tiger Sauce is good. Not hot but it has a good flavor.
    I'm surprised that you're finding it in Mass.


    Art
  11. jacksonco

    jacksonco New Member

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    I am pretty tame when it comes to hot sauce. For me Crystal Hot Suace is my favorite but I also like Tabasco Chipoltle Sauce.
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    Malinda's habanero sauce,
    and 'crying tongue' habanero sauce
  13. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Active Member

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    Sounds great, soon as I can get some fresh peppers I will be making some up. Let ya know how it turns out when I do. :cool:
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    I'm going to have to try that, just because of the name. :D

    Please do I really enjoy it.


    Crpdeth
  15. ampaterry

    ampaterry *TFF Admin Staff Chaplain* Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I, too, enjoy the Chipotle variety of Tabasco.

    A hoter version of Chipotle is El Yucateco brand Chipotle hot sauce. GREAT on Mexican food, and adds a Mexican flavor to whatever you put it on. I found this one at Wally World, really liked it, but then discovered that the WW around here were discontinuing their handling of it. I found one that still had some in stock, though, and had it discounted on close-out, so I bought all they had - twenty bottles or so, which I jealously guard on the back of the top shelf of an upper kitchen cabinet. It is a much thicker sauce, very concentrated.

    Marie Sharps "BEWARE comatose heat level" sauce is hotter yet. It is a nice sauce for dishes you want to warm up without changing the flavor of them. I have not seen this on the shelves anywhere around here, though. I got this bottle from my grandson, who bought it in Belize.

    For everyday use, company, etc., I get a gallon of Franks from Sam's Club.

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