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    Hot Sauce List

    I really love the site Serious Eats! They just put up an article about Kenji’s favorite hot sauces. My friend’s sauce is on the list! When I was running a shared kitchen space for food makers, Infinity Sauces was one of my first adopters. So proud of him!

    https://www.seriouseats.com/roundups...infinity-sauce

    #2
    A little goes a long way, but the list goes on.

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    • SheilaAnn
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      The list is endless for sure....

    #3
    I love that site as well. I have The Food Lab open right now. Thank you for the share.

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      This one puts the discussion to bed....

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      • MTurney
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        SheilaAnn “Ghost F Yourself” is the winner on name alone 😂

      • Troutman
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        Steve B Da Bomb is the hottest fricken sauce I've ever put in my mouth. Have half a gallon of milk and a fire extinguisher for this one.

      • Steve B
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        Cool. Or not 😁.
        I’ll have try this one.

      #5
      Serious Eats is one of my most frequented cooking websites. Bon Appetit is up there too.

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      • jumbo7676
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        Agreed. Serious Eats is always my first stop when searching for non-BBQ recipes or equipment recommendations.

      #6
      Very neat list, I've calmed down on the hot sauce.
      From your list Franks is always in our house plus two others.
      Nando's Peri Peri Sauce and Pickapeppa Sauce
      Not on the list, Cholula has become a go to hot sauce.

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      • holehogg
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        Nando's

      #7
      Regular rotation here is crystal or Louisiana hot sauce, infinity chipotle, pick-a-pepper. We are not big hot sauce people. Oh, and Texas Pete’s vinegar peppers for collard greens. For a while, I could not get enough of el Yucatán anything.

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        #8
        Valentina is served at little sandwich shop here in town. The original owner was the nicest man, came to America from Fidel’s Cuba. He was always smiling as he sliced the pork for their famous Cuban sandwiches. So, so good. I love a bit of Valentina’s on my Cuban. Enough of the trip down memory lane....

        Our favorites at home are Crystal and Cholula sauces. Our neighbor brings us pepper sauce every summer, I just keep it refreshed with rice wine vinegar until he brings a new batch.

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          #9
          Me and my friends have done the Hot Ones Hot Wing Challenge for the past three years. We have sampled some great hot sauces and some terrible hot sauces. I have some suggestions for hot sauces that were great.

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            #10
            Secret Aardvark is a great sauce. A bit thick and full of flavor. Not to hot but enough kick to make you feel something.

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            • Polarbear777
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              Definitely my favorite at the moment.

            • shify
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              A great hot sauce that goes well with bbq due to the dried spices added

            • Attjack
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              I love this stuff.

            #11
            I love horseradish so this was one of my favorite sauces from the past 3 years. Great flavor and a very strong kick. Not gonna make you cry but will probably make you grab for a beverage.

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              After the wing challenge I used this sauce on a breakfast burrito one morning and then on a cheeseburger later that week. So good for something with so few ingredients.

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                #13
                SheilaAnn. Thanks for posting this thread and thanks to all responders. I am pretty much all in concerning hot sauces. Only have ever put the brakes on with 2 hot sauces one in Grenada back in 1988 and another in Thailand which was absolutely brutal.
                Been on the internet this morning making some sauce purchases.
                I have become a fan of the sauces offered by Hoboken Eddie. Have not tried any of his hot offerings not stocked locally. However most of his other sauces are. Have not had a bad one yet.
                https://www.hobokeneddies.com/products

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                  #14
                  I really enjoy Heartbreaking Dawn’s Cauterizer.

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                    #15
                    This (plus a big bottle of Frank’s not pictured) is my current set (sriracha, Valentina and a few others are hidden in the back row). The El Yucateco and the Melindas are my two workhorses. The Yellowbird is my most recent addition and is very good.
                    Trying my best to finish a few more bottles before resupplying.

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                    • jumbo7676
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                      I also recently got/tried Yellowbird Habanero. I also got their Serrano. I really like both of them. The Habanero definitely brings more heat.

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