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Thread: what is your go-to hotsauce?

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    what is your go-to hotsauce?

    me, i have fist fulls of Tapatio single serve packets. i love the stuff.

    my other two players are Tabasco (for the vinegar) and Shark-brand sriracha. i was told it is the original or close to it. strangely enough, TraderJoe's version is very close as well.

    you.?


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    Cholula on everything. I also steal the roasted pepper taqueria sauce from El Pueblo in Cardiff, my go-to 24 hour taco shop.

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    I actually really like the taste of Frank's RedHot, but it's not spicy enough, so I blend it with hotter chili paste for an added kick.
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    Crystal is the default.
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    I like Crystal in place of Tabasco. I like being able to taste the peppers

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    Crystal is the default.
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    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.


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    Cholula

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    El yucateco green by far...but the red and brown both have their place.

    Srirachi and Tabasco will both do in a pinch.
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    Tabasco and tapatio

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    Ghost Scream. Hot enough with a nice long burn and smokey flavor and just a little acid. It's very nicely balanced.

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