Hot Sauce



Bajan Pepper Sauce

Bajan Pepper Sauce is a Barbadian style hot sauce condiment made from hot peppers. It is similar to Cajan-style hot sauce and is traditionally applied in local Barbadian cuisine including: meat, poultry, or fish.

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Barberton Hot Sauce

Barberton is known for it’s fried chicken dinner which includes this tomato-rice dish called “hot sauce”. This “hot sauce” can be eaten as a dipping sauce or a side dish.

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Bumbu Pecel – Balinese Peanut Sauce

A Balinese sauce based on chillies, peanuts, tamarind and coconut sugar. Liquid is added to the paste to make a sauce consistency when ready to use. It is commonly served over boiled vegetables, similar to the sauce used in Gado-gado.

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Chile con queso – Chilli and Cheese Dip

Chile con queso can be eaten with tortillas, tortilla chips, or special queso chips which are thicker than regular tortilla chips. It can also be used as a condiment on fajitas, tacos, enchiladas, migas, quesadillas or any other Tex-Mex dish.

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Filfel Chuma – Libyan Hot Pepper Sauce

Filfel Chuma, (Hebrew: פלפלצ’ומה), also spelled pilpelshuma (lit: “pepper garlic”) is the typical hot sauce of Libyan Jewish cuisine. It is made from powdered sweet and hot peppers and crushed garlic. Other ingredients, such as ground caraway seeds, cumin, lemon juice and salt are sometimes added.

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Harissa – Hot Chilli Sauce

Harissa (Arabic: هريسة‎) is a North African hot chilli sauce whose main ingredients are piri piri, serrano peppers and other hot chilli peppers and spices and herbs as well as some vegetable or olive oil.

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Hot & Spicy Mango Sauce

Diced mango is combined with spicy habañero peppers and ginger for a perky sauce. It’s fantastic with chips, but don’t be afraid to serve it on freshly grilled fish or chicken. Perfect on tacos, homemade enchiladas, and nachos and if you want it extra spicy leave the seeds and ribs in the pepper or even use more than one

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Jalapeño & Cranberry Sauce

Try this spicy version of cranberry sauce on top of your barbecued chicken.

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Mustard Sauce

This hot mustard sauce is a fantastic accompaniment to ham, corned beef, grilled chicken, and a juicy steak — use it in place of your favourite table mustard. The feisty, hot kick of the mustard is tempered by the acidity – for a less tangy mustard sauce you can substitute the white wine vinegar for an equal portion of the corned beef cooking water

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Nam Prik Kapi – Spicy Dried Shrimp Sauce

An old-fashion style of spicy sauce to accompany deep-fried fish, omelettes, soups, vegetables or plain rice.

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Peri Peri Sauce

This is a sauce with some history: Its primary ingredient, a hot chilli, comes from the New World via the Portuguese, who brought it to their colonies of Mozambique and Angola. This fiery, fragrant sauce is equally common in Portugal and Africa these days, and goes wonderfully with grilled fish or shrimp. Try piri piri with fried foods, too.

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Phrik Nam Pla – Thai Hot Sauce

Nam pla prik is no secret to Thai dining; Thais use it the way Australians use salt and pepper. This liquid of chilli and garlic-infused fish sauce is delicious over warm steamed jasmine rice or just about any Thai food you are about to savour.

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Salsa Ajili Mojili – Hot Pepper and Garlic Sauce

Ajilimójili is a hot sauce or hot and sweet sauce from Puerto Rico, traditionally served over grilled seafood, vegetables, boiled tuber vegetables and especially grilled meats. The sauce is a combination of olive oil, garlic, coriander or culantro, hot peppers, pepper, vinegar or citrus juice, all finely chopped or blended, simmered and cooled to serve.

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Salsa Picante

Homemade salsa picante can be used to spice up tacos or to serve as a table sauce for fries and so much more.

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Salsa Roja Picante – Mexican Spicy Red Sauce

This is an easy salsa that you will make again and again. Follow the simple steps to get a great salsa.

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