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Old 06-04-2020, 01:29 PM   #1
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What's Your Go-To Hot Sauce

For me it's more a flavor thing that a scorch your mouth endeavor. Mine for decades and up until recently was Tabasco I like the flavor. But in the last few months I've really enjoyed the flavor of Tapatio. I use Texas Pete exclusively in my Low Country Boils though.
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Old 06-04-2020, 01:35 PM   #2
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Rooster brand Sri Racha. A near perfect balance of heat and vinegar that compliments whatever you put it on. I like a variety of hot sauces, but sri racha (brand is important) is the most versatile hot sauce I've found in 30 years. Truthfully, I add it to probably half of the dishes that I prepare. Always at the table. Not everyone in the family shares my enthusiasm.
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I like the Rooster Brand as well. I should branch out and use it on more dishes.
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I’m with BigO, my go to sauce is Sriracha by Rooster. Nice balance hot sauce. I also have Tabasco, Red Hot, and El Yucateca XXX in the pantry. I like variety.


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It even wakes up frozen pizza.
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SU and I even have the t-shirts.

Although she likes Texas Pete on chicken.

Yeah, here comes the Rooster...


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I prefer a vinegary hot sauce in etouffee and gumbo. Rooster is da bomb otherwise. Funny you mention t shirts. Katie and I both have a couple of the shirts.
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Frank's and tapatio
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Valentina regular and extra hot. Authentic Mexican sauces made in Guadalajara.
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My everyday on just about everything is Texas Pete. I do use the rooster brand on just about all Chinese food oh, and I like it with shredded cabbage as well.
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