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Thread: what is your go-to hotsauce?

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    Isn't Sriracha Panich usually considered "closest to original"? Though I find it far more useful as a go-to "chili garlic sauce" for mixing stir fry sauces than as a condiment...


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    Chipolte Tobasco, I have considered buying the gallon jar on amazon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chinacats View Post
    El yucateco green by far...
    This for pure heat.

    Coworker gave me bottle of Secret Aardvark habanero hot sauce made in Portland, I think. And it's my current favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    Marie Sharp is my all time favorite sauce with no equal. Once you try it you never go back to anything else. The flavor is incredible, long medium burn with a fruity finish, nice viscosity. So addicting, they must put crack in it.


    https://www.amazon.com/Marie-Sharps-...ds=marie+sharp
    Second the Marie Sharps, it is awesome in all its heat levels and flavors.

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    I like Valentina for Mexican, doesn't hurt that it's like 2 bucks for seemingly a liter sized bottle. But crystal for everything else

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    Louisiana, when I'm out of home made.

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    Matouks or Yucateco Caribbean (I can walk to the Mexican market to buy this instead of having to drive to the Asian market of all places to buy matouks) and Louisiana. I like most hot sauces though. I like faraon's green habanero more than yucatecos. I like adding the yucateco black burnt chile one to sauces and such as sort of a cheater flavor ingredient.

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    Crystal or sriracha for eating, tobasco for cooking. Melindas's naga jolokia when I feel like over doing it hehe.

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    I like sambal olek over sriracha personally. I added a bunch of ghost chili powder to a sriracha bottle and its pretty damn hot and delicious.

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    sambal oelek has a certain clean and light non-ketchupitude to it


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