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  • cee134cee134 Posts: 33,842Member Member Posts: 33,842Member Member
    There are some funny names for hot sauces out there:

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  • CanesGalacticaCanesGalactica Posts: 5,915Member Member Posts: 5,915Member Member
    Awesome little sauce the husband brought back from the kitschy paradise known as "South of the Border" nestled between North and South Carolina. A little heat, but mostly flavorful. :)

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  • CanesGalacticaCanesGalactica Posts: 5,915Member Member Posts: 5,915Member Member
    Pretty good, slightly naughty name, but a decent kick.

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  • TheRoadDogTheRoadDog Posts: 11,863Member Member Posts: 11,863Member Member
    My favorite Hot Sauce Recipe. Won two competitions with it.

    Raspberry Jalapeno Sauce
    • 1 Jar Raspberry Jam
    • 1 Bottle any brand BBQ Sauce
    • 1 Small Jar Beaver's Hot Jalapeno Mustard
    • 1 can Ortega Chopped Jalapenos (+ or - depending on your taste)
    • Fresh Chopped Jalapenos (You know your own Heat level)
    • 1/8 cup Teriyaki Sauce
    • Tablespoon Sesame Oil
    • Toasted Sesame seeds (a little goes a long way)
    I just mix, place in a pan and simmer together.
  • MotorsheenMotorsheen Posts: 15,216Member Member Posts: 15,216Member Member
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    i’m a traditionalist

    That is my go-to.

    I have it on most everything.
  • saragd012saragd012 Posts: 706Member Member Posts: 706Member Member
    This is my current favorite condiment, I am slightly obsessed with it right now and use it as a dip for most things (I recently go caught dipping my pizza in it). euhejjyi68m5.jpg

    Unless it's something sriracha would be better suited for, like various asian foods.
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 33,842Member Member Posts: 33,842Member Member
    Awesome little sauce the husband brought back from the kitschy paradise known as "South of the Border" nestled between North and South Carolina. A little heat, but mostly flavorful. :)

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    That's a weird place. I went there once.... once.
  • projectsixprojectsix Posts: 5,091Member Member Posts: 5,091Member Member
    Just this stuff right here. I'm not a huge fan of franks and all those "vinegar" based hot sauces, ewww!
    Sriracha for life.

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  • CanesGalacticaCanesGalactica Posts: 5,915Member Member Posts: 5,915Member Member
    cee134 wrote: »
    Awesome little sauce the husband brought back from the kitschy paradise known as "South of the Border" nestled between North and South Carolina. A little heat, but mostly flavorful. :)

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    That's a weird place. I went there once.... once.

    Lol, I've been there several times, buuuuuut... I used to live in Virginia and it wasn't a far drive.

    Agreement on it being a weird, slightly backward and probably very non-PC place, though.
  • CanesGalacticaCanesGalactica Posts: 5,915Member Member Posts: 5,915Member Member
  • korvakorva Posts: 22Member Member Posts: 22Member Member
    Chick-fil-A sauce is bomb
  • jaycanchujaycanchu Posts: 263Member Member Posts: 263Member Member
    I prefer Tabasco sauce if I want a little zing
  • beagladybeaglady Posts: 1,369Member Member Posts: 1,369Member Member
    I accidentally bought this instead of coriander chutney. jf9r4nmoh0ea.jpeg
    Mint is better with hot peppers than you would expect.
  • CanesGalacticaCanesGalactica Posts: 5,915Member Member Posts: 5,915Member Member
    beaglady wrote: »
    I accidentally bought this instead of coriander chutney. jf9r4nmoh0ea.jpeg
    Mint is better with hot peppers than you would expect.

    Heck yeah! Chutney is awesome. :)
  • JustSomeJDJustSomeJD Posts: 344Member Member Posts: 344Member Member
    Red pepper flakes, on anything. Sorry no pics, home grown and usually in a repurposed spice container.
  • CanesGalacticaCanesGalactica Posts: 5,915Member Member Posts: 5,915Member Member
    JustSomeJD wrote: »
    Red pepper flakes, on anything. Sorry no pics, home grown and usually in a repurposed spice container.

    Yes, another good choice! I put them in almost everything I eat (with more hot sauce, of course)! We have ours stored in the freezer (because we have so much from what we grew). :)
  • CanesGalacticaCanesGalactica Posts: 5,915Member Member Posts: 5,915Member Member
    This was delicious and I put it on everything until it was gone. :(

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  • CanesGalacticaCanesGalactica Posts: 5,915Member Member Posts: 5,915Member Member
    This was good if you like slightly sweeter hot sauces. Also, not hot at all. Just flavor.

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  • NessiechickieNessiechickie Posts: 1,397Member Member Posts: 1,397Member Member
    This was delicious and I put it on everything until it was gone. :(

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    "How to Train Your Dragon" in the back . ....xx

    Love hot sauce - I dont do the extreme stuff but I put Franks/ Louisiana / Sirachi on everything.
    My hot dog is usually swimming in dijon mustard
    And I love Horseradish
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