Hot Sauce Discussion Thread

What are ya'll getting your kicks on nowadays? I'm pretty bored of Sriracha and my shelf is looking empty. Ready to try out some new stuff. Anything highly recommended or local favorites?Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/11/18 04:58PM by spudley.

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Sriracha by the cup full. Subway has the best version.

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Heard this was good but haven’t had it yet..

http://www.scottyohotty.com

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I had the habanero one. It wasn't bad. Kinda Pricey.

El Yucateco is awesome if you like Habanero, and it's dirt cheap.

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our local brand (tucson, AZ). the green is my favorite.

of note, the original building this was made in from the '30's to about the '90's was recently bought by a guy who plays in a couple local bands. they throw bomb-ass parties, and you can still see the poblano logo on the front of the building

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El Yucateco is awesome if you like Habanero, and it's dirt cheap.

I was going to recommend this! I get the red & green bottle. I find the green compliments chicken great.

I also like Franks Redhot & Chili-lime. Tacobells Hot & Fire is excellent as well.

Ive been burnt on Sriracha.

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I love sriracha because it actually has a Smokey sweet flavor and not just hot. Go to subway and get it on the side in cup and try it. Get two cups.

I enjoy it twice.... Going in and coming out.Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/12/18 08:33PM by themotorhead.

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Andrew Squiggman /

Never tried subways sriracha, but their sandwiches are pretty much bottom of the barrel nowadays.

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Tapatio mang, good on everything just like sriracha

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Tapatio is my usual go-to hot sauce, but lately I've been using Moore's Harissa hot sauce.

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Dafuq

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Mike Scouty McScoutington /

I met Scotty from Scotty O Hotty at Kroger like 2 years ago. Nice dude that makes a kick ass hot sauce.

Papa Turts is also good stuff, made in Michigan. Smoked pepper has good flavor, not a ton of heat. So Hot It Hurts is good, reasonable heat.

Lots of people in the Ypsi/Ann Arbor area have a huge boner for Clancy's Fancy but I don't really get it. It's not bad, but it's also not stellar.

I've got a guy at work who makes his own hot sauce that is unbelievable. I can talk to him and see when he is making another batch and see if I can snag you a bottle (since you are almost my neighbor now it would not be difficult to drop it to you). His last batch blew my face off but had amazing flavor...mango, pineapple, habanero, and Carolina reaper...

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YES sounds awesome.

I agree on the Clancy's Fancy. Never been a fan. Flavor always seems to...smokey? I usually like a bit more vinegar. Have you had any of the sauce The Brinery makes? Pretty good flavor, not too spicy though.

I just picked up some trinidad scorpion peppers at Eastern Market...not sure what I'll make with em yet...

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Subways siratcha is really just siratcha mayo....im not the biggest fan..Huy Fong is the only siratcha for me.

Tabasco family reserve is the best vinegar table sauce I have ever tried. this shit is awesome, the wine vinegar is so much better that what's in the regular Tabasco.

Tabasco scorpion! Soooo good. hated this stuff when I first tried it. Scorpion peppers have such a STRONG unique flavor that I wasn't expecting. I'm afraid it'll be discontinued so I bought six bottles.lol

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What ever you choose, if you really want flavor then look for the ones with the lowest sodium. They love to add shit tons of salt to most of it.

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So now you are anti ingredient after going blown crazy insulting people calling them R***** because you have no clue about mental health? You are Turning into the next (insert name here) ohioEdited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/14/18 12:40AM by silverside61.

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Y'all cowards ain't fuck with spicy gochujang and that's YOUR fault.

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Thank you to the mod that deleted yucka faces disrespectful post that had nothingto do with hot sauce.

Kyle I will look for the gochuchang sauce.

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Is that the base for the sauce that's on bimimbap? if so it's damn delicious

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I grew up on Sriracha(aong with thai chili peppers, various chili oils, etc). For me, it's too hot and on the salty/sweet side so I don't really prefer it except in soups and pancit(I'm more likely to use chili peppers/nuoc mam pha or chili oil). If you want to try new hot sauces, check out Firehouse Subs. They usually have a large selection you can sample, but one sauce that stands out is Dave's Insanity. It has good flavor and is spicy. Some of my African(Sudanese) coworkers and brother prefer Dave's Insanity over any other hot sauces and put it on just about everything. I put El Yucateco on mexican foods(if they don't have that peppery dry chili/habanero salsa) and Texas Pete Hotter(black label) on Tex-Mex.

John Cena was actually advertising a Chinese chili oil(Lao Gan Ma), but it's not really spicy and has soy beans in it; I prefer the Caravelle brand(ground chili and garlic).

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It's pretty hard to get good hot sauce here.

Sambal is the way to go here. Most people use sambal oelek, which in its Dutch variant is just salt and mildly hot chilli's. I like Surinam sambal with madame jaenette peppers which is pretty intense.

I have a co-worker who sometimes brings some really obscure hot sauces, they are always great.

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Satan's blood - chile extract, if you hate yourself. But if you like to enjoy your food I like Sriracha chili garlic sauce. Or regular

franks redhot with parmesan cheese, that's my roach coach special.

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I can actually get franks red hot original at my local supermarket, is that any good?

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It’s a base ingredient for some easy buffalo hot wings

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Are use garlic onion powder, garlic pepper blend, Asian garlic pepper blend, with avocado oil and it makes for a delicious wings but I use skinless wings or drummies lately for better health, but man it makes for very very tasty wings especially when I Only use drummies !

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Actually the original version of "Buffalo" sauce from Buffalo N.Y. is basically half Frank's and half butter mixed.

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I love this stuff

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Red hot is the go to for me when eating pasta or a breakfast sandwich. It's watery, vinegary. Decent flavor, comes in different flavors and heat ranges. I normally use the original, the buffalo is good but as stated above there isn't a buffalo like the buffalo that comes from Buffalo my buffalos

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