MikePTY wrote: »
I put hot sauce on pretty much everything. Not Tabasco (so substandard when you've had a good hot sauce), but I put a good local hot sauce made from the aji chombo pepper (similar to habenero) that has more of a sweetness to the spice. No calories, and minimal sauce. It doesn't do anything for my metabolism, but it does help me with my weight loss because I can eat food that is bland and more calorie friendly, because the hot sauce makes it enjoyable.
I enjoy spicy foods when eating at restaurants but have limited myself preparing foods at home especially, as you said, with blander choices. Going to add the aji chombo pepper to my list. Thank you for sharing your advice.
lancejohnston523 wrote: »
Tabasco - Smoked Chipotle flavor is awesome. Great flavor
HereToLose50 wrote: »
Cayenne pepper for most things. I also like freshly chopped hot peppers mixed in things that normally ask for bell peppers and also some in chicken or tuna salad, etc. I even put them in salads sometimes depending on other ingredients I'm using at the time.
I eat a lot of spicy spices already mentioned by others also. Almost everything I eat is spicy.
I agree with whoever said not Tabasco sauce. The flavor is off to me. No other kinds of watery hot sauces either.
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