Uncle Brutha's Hot Sauces

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Uncle Brutha's Hot Sauces

Post by JohnDoe » Wed Sep 30, 2015 12:04 am

There are only two flavors- #9 and #10. #9 is Chile Verde Garlic & Ginger and is the best sauce I've ever had on eggs. #10 is Four Chiles & Garlic, a little hotter than the green, and is great on anything.

Best hot sauces I've ever had. A little expensive, but worth it for me.

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Re: Uncle Brutha's Hot Sauces

Post by Grandpa's Spells » Wed Sep 30, 2015 4:08 am

Marie Sharps's from Belize is terrific, but comes in different heat levels. It can get out of hand.

I haven't been much for hot sauces, but it's very legit on eggs, beans, rice, etc. habanero with carrot, garlic, vinegar.
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Re: Uncle Brutha's Hot Sauces

Post by johno » Fri Oct 02, 2015 10:31 pm

I take basic one-star hot Tapatio that has good flavor and ramp it up by adding Habanero.



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