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Old 02-20-2006, 08:53 PM   #21
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Hot sauce.

Like there is just one. My goodness, I have about six on hand at all times. Salsa is another subject. I keep the Tabasco from New Iberia. I like the Jalapeno Tabasco for guacamole sauce. Do you have a Schlotzskys' sandwich shop in your area? Their sauce is fantastic in stew. There are so many that work so well with different foods. Like wine, you can't just have one.
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Old 02-21-2006, 02:22 PM   #22
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Like there is just one. My goodness, I have about six on hand at all times. Salsa is another subject. I keep the Tabasco from New Iberia. I like the Jalapeno Tabasco for guacamole sauce. Do you have a Schlotzskys' sandwich shop in your area? Their sauce is fantastic in stew. There are so many that work so well with different foods. Like wine, you can't just have one.
Absolutely!!!! Love Schlotzskys.... but have never tried the sauce... did not know they had one... will have to check that out next time I am there. I usually get the kind folks behind the counter to hook me up with a handful of jalapenos! Yum!
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Old 02-21-2006, 02:51 PM   #23
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Here's the recipe I use. It can be easily modified to suit your tastes. I have changed the heat level of the chili powder, replaced the jalapenos with other types of peppers, etc.

Hot Sauce




1 (6.00 ounces) can tomato paste



3 cups water



3 tablespoons vinegar



3 tablespoons finely minced canned jalapeno slices



1 tablespoon chili powder (Mexican, if you have it)



1 tablespoon dried onion flakes



2 teaspoons salt



2 teaspoons cornstarch



1 teaspoon cayenne pepper



1 teaspoon sugar

1/4 teaspoon onion powder

1/4 teaspoon garlic powder




1. COMBINE the tomato paste and water in a saucepan.


2. Whisk until smooth.


3. ADD the remaining ingreadients to the tomato mixture.


4. Heat over medium/high heat until it begins to boil.


5. Continue to cook, stirring often, for 4 to 5 minutes.


6. Remove from heat.


7. When sauce has cooled, pour into a glass airtight container and refrigerate.


Stores well in the refrigerator.
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Old 02-21-2006, 03:22 PM   #24
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Young lady....

Absolutely!!!! Love Schlotzskys.... but have never tried the sauce... did not know they had one... will have to check that out next time I am there. I usually get the kind folks behind the counter to hook me up with a handful of jalapenos! Yum!__________________
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stand in the corner! They sell the hot sauce, among other things. And, it really spices up their sandwich, too. You'll love the stuff, I garrontee.
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Old 02-22-2006, 01:55 PM   #25
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Old 02-22-2006, 03:06 PM   #26
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I love hot sauce, but I'm a bigger fan of other types than the traditional... what should we call them... Louisana hot sauces? If I'm taking that route... Frank's for me. I hate Tobasco, a lot. Their jalapeno and chipotle sauces are great though. Cholula is awesome, and goes well with anything mexican or anything for that matter. Sriracha chile sauce is grand... I've only known about it for a month and I can't get enough of it (pretty warm though).
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Old 03-02-2006, 09:56 AM   #27
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I love hot sauce, but I'm a bigger fan of other types than the traditional... what should we call them... Louisana hot sauces? If I'm taking that route... Frank's for me. I hate Tobasco, a lot. Their jalapeno and chipotle sauces are great though. Cholula is awesome, and goes well with anything mexican or anything for that matter. Sriracha chile sauce is grand... I've only known about it for a month and I can't get enough of it (pretty warm though).
Got another fire mouth????
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Old 03-02-2006, 10:30 AM   #28
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Cholula has a cloudy taste to me -- almost like they added cornstarch to it. I really don't like it. I looked on the label and it has "edible food stabilizer" added. Not sure if that's what i don't care for...

I prefer Crystal brand for a Lousinana-style sauce. We buy it in quart bottles. Iguana, Jump Up and Kiss Me and Hot Babe/Buns are good, too. So is Melinda's. I must have 25 different bottles of hot sauce in the fridge. ANd go through Sriracha like water.

My real favorite is my own homemade habarnero sauce.

Recently have become addicted to Manis Pedas, a sort of combo of ketchup and Sriracha -- yummy!
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Old 03-02-2006, 10:35 AM   #29
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Looks like stuff to check out.
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Here is a pic of a bottle of Manis Pedas. I have seen it in most large asian markets. Look for it near sambals and Malaysian products.
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