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Favorite hot sauces?

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by DigiDuckie, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. DigiDuckie

    DigiDuckie Strapped Duck

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    I usually use Frank's RedHot, but when I'm wanting some heat I'll grab the Dave's Insanity. I also have a Jim Beam hot sauce that's good with wings.
     
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    SouthernGal What's Up Dox?

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    I really like Emeril's wing (hot) sauce.
     

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    Never tried it, but I am a fan of Emeril's spices.
     
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    Dave's Insanity is truly amazing in that a spoonful is incapacitating for about 30 minutes. I thought I could handle anything until I did that. Now I at least sniff and sample a drop of anything before taking a large (spoonful or more) amount straight. Sniffing Dave's now after that experience makes my stomach turn.
     
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    El Yucateco salsa popular de Chile Habanero (Mexico)

    Marie Sharp's (The REAL "Melinda's" sauce. Belize)

    MP West Indian Hot Flambeau (Trinidad)

    Any of the many Bajan Scotch bonnet/mustard bases sauces (Barbados)
     
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    That sounds just like me and tequila!!! ;z
     
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    Ditto on the Tabasco. I like their Habernero variety as well.

    Also, BuffaloWildWings restaurant Blazin' Sauce is a good one.
     
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    Tabasco's new Chipotle TV commercial...with the trailer rockin' back and forth...is hilarious. ;f
     
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    Funny that you mention this...

    I've just recently been trying to get into the "super hot" sauces. Dave's Insanity is pretty good as far as hotness and basic "chile" flavor. However, I think some of the comparable Blair's sauces are equally as hot and better tasting. Blair's Original Death Sauce is quite a bit tastier, for instance, though it's only 30,000 Scovilles compared to Dave's Insanity's 50,000. (as a reference point, Tobasco is 2,500 Scovilles)

    On the increased end of the scale, I've recently been enjoying "Da Bomb - Ground Zero", which claims to be about 119,000 Scovilles. This is some hot stuff, as far as I'm concerned. I've worked myself up to the point where I can take about 3 drops at a time... whew!!!

    Dave's Ultimate Insanity Sauce is a nice intermediate between Dave's Insanity and "Da Bomb". Similar taste to reglar Insanity, just intensified, but with a serious increase in heat: 90,000 Scovilles.

    Next up for me is Dave's Private Reserve (500,000 Scovilles), and MAYBE Blair's 2AM or 3AM (600,000 and 2,000,000, respectively). May take some time though.

    Good luck!
     
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    Blair's 6AM = 16,000,000 Scovilles.;P
     
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    Cayenne Peppers, Vinegar, Salt, Natural Butter Flavor, And Garlic.
     
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    I actually have a bottle of Blair's 6AM. It looks like a bottle of pure evil. There are CRYSTALS of capsaicin floating in it. ;P

    Needless to say, it's unopened, with all 3 layers of wax still intact, inside the plexiglass case it came in.
     
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    Chef Paul(K- Paul) Prudhommes Magic Pepper Sauce. Tried them all. This is the best. Can not find the small bottles locally. Sooo...I usually order it by the gallon, $19 per. Ordering the 3.25 ounce bottles are $1.25 each...no discount for volume. BUT IT'S SO DADBLAME GOOD.

    www.chefpaul.com
     
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    "Tapatio" is good for sprinklin', and for use in cooking or sprinklin' try "El Pato". Both are available here locally and in Phoenix.
    "Pico Pica" is here also, but I have seen it as far away as eastern europe.
    None of the above are scoville scorchers, but hot enough and they taste good too (which is the main thing I think)....
     
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    ;P ;P ;P


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    Ya, you got that right, bachchoy!

    Lately, I can't stand just getting Blazin' Wings and just settle for Spicey Garlic (my wife's favorite) and a side of Blazin' sauce for dipping. All Blazin' just keep getting hotter and hotter as you eat them. Must be getting older. I used to be able to eat a dozen of Blazin' without blinking an eye, now I get tears in them :) LOL
     
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    Frank's, El Yucateco, Melinda's XXXX, Dave's, Blair's: all are good! I draw the line at anything that contains "hot pepper extract" or "capsaicin extract". Why? They tend to be all heat and NO flavor! Something that is 1,000,000+ scoville units is not meant to be eaten on chips, wings, etc. I look for a balance of flavor AND heat!
     
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    For purchased hot sauce I like this, otherwise I make my own ;P
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    The photo of the Magic Pepper Sauce looks like cyanne(sp?) pepper sauce. Is it really noticably different from Franks or Louisiana Pepper Sauce?