Best hot sauce according to redditors

We found 1,468 Reddit comments discussing the best hot sauce. We ranked the 602 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Hot Sauce:

u/Hopalicious · 265 pointsr/funny

Some other very entertaining reviews[Davids Ghost pepper sauce] (

My personal favorite line:
That is it had a nice flavor for about 1500 milliseconds before Oppenheimer hit the red button and, "I am become heat, the destroyer of digestive tracts."

u/_PM_me_ur_resume_ · 72 pointsr/pics

Yes, but if it's good, people will buy it. I've recently put Sriracha Mayo on almost everything - in Sandwiches, on salads, use it as a dip, etc. It's so good. It cost more than regular salad dressing, but I think it's worth it :-) I'll have to give this Wuju sauce a try.

u/Corm · 53 pointsr/pebble

Definitely 100% is. Not only will you possibly get it back, but you're probably not the only person affected by that thief and this will help track the person down.

It's up to you if you want to spend the time since it's annoying to deal with filing, but it would help catch the person and help your community

Next time order nerve gas. Or plutonium:

u/D0esANyoneREadTHese · 50 pointsr/IllegalLifeProTips

27 dollars for never having anyone steal your food again. Worth.

u/krokodil2000 · 36 pointsr/funny

"For law-enforcement-grade pepper spray, values from 500 thousand up to 5 million SHU have been mentioned" - wiki

"The Source Hot Sauce, 7.1 Million Scoville Units" - amazon

u/cbarrett1989 · 28 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

My room mate used to eat my food. Well used to until I put this in some carne asada I made. I took him to the hospital where the conversation I overheard was hilarious.

"How did this happen?"

"I ate some food my room mate cooked."

"well is he ok?"


"well then stop stealing his food."

Apparently they deal with this type of thing a lot being in a college town.

u/kamai19 · 27 pointsr/dataisbeautiful

Pro-tip from someone who spent a few years living in Austin TX: soy-rizo + eggs + el yucateco. Maybe throw in a corn tortilla if you don't care so much about the x-axis.

Super easy. Super healthy. Super delicious. You're welcome.

u/chefmikeb · 17 pointsr/AskCulinary

There are tons of variables in the situation you describe that could account for your problem.

A few examples;

The commercial sauces and the takeaway restaurant using ingredients and quantities your body isn't accustomed too.

The sanitation conditions of the location they were prepared and the employees preparing them.

Was there time/temperature abuse involved in the production of these items.

Those are just a few that spring to mind.

Also, some facilities just use distilled (if you will forgive my use of the term) capsaicin to add heat to commercial sauces (like Dave's Insanity Sauce) since it is cheaper than buying actual peppers. Your digestive tract might have an issue with that. Your takeaway place might be using a sauce like that as a base for it's own.

Good luck!

Hope this helps.

u/lx370 · 15 pointsr/funny
u/ViolentEastCoastCity · 14 pointsr/hotsauce

Howler Monkey Original

Heartbeat Red Habanero

Pirates Lantern Pepper Sauce

Torch Bearer Son of Zombie

Los Calientes

Bravado Spice Co Black Garlic

Bunster's Black Label

Da Bomb Beyond Insanity

Hellfire Fiery Fool

Hot Ones Last Dab Redux

u/McLarenF1God · 12 pointsr/hotsauce

Secret Aardvark Habanero Hot Sauce. Arguably the most delicious tasting hot sauce, and served on the table at every restaurant in Portland. Perfect balance of heat and flavor. It's legit. I've had a bottle in my fridge since it hit the market. It's good on everything and quite infamous in the Northwest. It's a staple in many homes out here.

u/53V3N · 12 pointsr/spicy

HeatHotSauce has been a good company to deal with, I've bought from them a few times recently. Cheap and quick shipping, and they're active here on the subreddit.

If you insist on amazon, I just picked up some [YellowBird] ( there. Dave's Gourmet and Melinda's are easy to find for Prime.

u/nage82 · 11 pointsr/hotones

I'm going to talk a lot about Take Out Chinese Food.
FrostBite is a very high recommend from me. Adds great balanced heat but no flavor. (this is a feature not a bug) Specifically this is my Jamm on Chinese Food. I love the taste of Chinese Food but wish it was spicier but without changing the balance of flavors i love in said Chinese Food. A lot of pepper sauces I love on western styles of food i find throws my favorite
Take Out flavors off balance. My Number #1 favorite hot sauce of all time is Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce LOVE THIS PLEASE TRY IT. I can put that shit on anything and it's now a smokey hot delight but if i put it some on my favorite Beef Lo Mein to be honest it no longer tastes like Lo Mein to me. But not with FrostBite. You can have all the heat you want but still have the Lo Mein taste i crave. I have only found two so far I really like for this specific job FrostBite and SEED RANCH UMAMI RESERVE This is also a sauce worth trying PS. SEED RANCH UMAMI RESERVE has a lot of flavor Chocolate Habanero's provide the heat but all the flavors melds with the flavors in Chinese food I love so much. God i need some noodles now.

u/Cdresden · 10 pointsr/hotsauce

Get a bottle of a hot sauce that contains capsaicin extract, something like Dave's Insanity or Da Bomb. Uncap your bottle of Crystal, add 1/4 tsp of the super sauce, and shake like hell. There are also lots of capsaicin extracts that would do the same thing.

u/HossamAbubakr · 10 pointsr/buildapcsales
u/stevevecc · 9 pointsr/hotones
  1. Sriracha (2,200 scoville)
  2. Tabasco (4,000 scoville)
  3. El Yucateco (the red bottle) (5,790 scoville)
  4. Queen Majesty Coffee Habanero (14,000 scoville)
  5. Hot Ones (15,600 scoville)
  6. Bravado Spice Co. Ghost Pepper & Blueberry (28,000 scoville)
  7. Torchbearer's Zombie Apocalypse (100,000 scoville)
  8. Da Bomb Beyond Insanity (135,600 scoville)
  9. Mad Dog 357 (357,000 scoville)
  10. Blair's Mega Death Sauce with Liquid Rage (550,000 scoville)

    Have fun finding Blair's Mega Death with Liquid Rage, I found it, posted it here, it's been out of stock ever since.

    Past sauces that have been subbed out have been:

    -Texas Pete's (in place of Sriracha)

    -Tapatio (in place of Tabasco)

    -Rogue Moruga Blood Orange Scorpion Pepper (in place of Bravado)

    -High River Hellacious Hot Sauce (in place of Queen Majesty)

    -Pain is Good Louisiana Style (in place of Hot Ones)

    -Pain 100% (in place of Zombie Apocalypse)

    I know there's a few others, but this is just off the top of my head.
u/Dubosaurus · 9 pointsr/tifu

Tell him to check out a bottle of Da Bomb, Beyond insanity! stuff is no joke lol.

u/Typeaux · 9 pointsr/ketorecipes

These were solid and managed to stay intact and not crumble (like my initial attempt). They were very crispy and had the same texture as Japanese katsu. Serve with your favorite low carb dipping sauce. We did spicy mayo.


Ingredients - Roughly 8 Strips (Serving per 1 Strip ~1g Net Carbs | 16g Fat | 17g Protein)

  • 16 oz Chicken (I used breast and cut them into strip sizes)
  • 1 cup Blanched Almond Flour
  • 2 Eggs
  • Crushed Pork Rinds
  • Coconut Oil (Or your preferred frying oil)

    Optional Dipping Sauce - Spicy Mayo (Zero Carb)

  • 5 tbsp Mayo
  • 3 tbsp Huy Fong Chili Garlic Sauce (Sriracha Substitute)
  • 1 tsp Sesame Oil



  1. Cut chicken to desired strip sizes
  2. Put the almond flour on a flat plate or plastic container
  3. In a different plate/container, mix your eggs
  4. Put crushed pork rinds in a large bowl
  5. Put your frying oil on a pan at medium heat


  6. Dunk your chicken strip in almond flour
  7. Dunk your chicken strip in egg
  8. Place your chicken in bowl with the pork rinds and bury it, press down for a nice and even coat of "breading"
  9. Set aside and repeat until all strips are breaded
  10. Toss strips on pan and cook for 2-3 mins on each side until golden brown


    Big thank you to /u/1whisky1scotch1beer for the Chili Garlic Sauce as a Sriracha substitute tip!
u/russellvt · 9 pointsr/funny

Opened oddly on mobile, but many of those similar reviews are quite entertaining.

u/kmoz · 9 pointsr/spicy

Lao Gan Ma is awesome. Its pretty easy to find at the asian grocery stores, or on amazon, but its legit.

u/kil-art · 9 pointsr/hotsauce

Yellowbird Habanero Condiment or Aardvarks, personally. They're the right consistency for me.

u/pancakes4all · 8 pointsr/askTO

Da bomb hot sauce is what you're looking for

u/Nabosaurus · 8 pointsr/spicy

El Yucateco XXXtra Hot sauce

It has an amazing flavor with medium amount of heat but it just tastes so amazing and goes well with mexican food and meats. Really smokey tasting.

u/EntropyFighter · 8 pointsr/hotones

Sounds like you need to order it by the half-gallon.

u/smep · 7 pointsr/leagueoflegends

For reference, it looks like this is the sauce they used.

u/Locjeb · 7 pointsr/hotsauce

i think you would like secret aardvark habanero or the yellowbird habanero

i def love the hot ones sauce (and their youtube series), bit pricey but worth it

also check out adoboloco, you can get a pack of 3 with free shipping for $30 until november 4th.

u/gidet · 7 pointsr/Columbus

We have quite the collection of hot sauces in our household and Last Dab Reduxx has been my go to lately. Though it packs a punch it is delicious! Conversely, if you're looking for something with flavor and heat, I would recommend Secret Aardvark Habanero Sauce or Dirty Dicks. If you really want to go off the deep end Mad Dog 357 is also really tasty and definitely made me cry the first time I had it because the heat factor took me off guard.

u/shawarma_llama · 6 pointsr/AskCulinary

Pure capsaicin

Edit: OK, that stuff is probably bunk.

But have you tried Dave's Scorpion Pepper or Naga Jolokia sauce? I once splashed some of his Naga Jolokia sauce on my arm, it made a raised, pink burn that lasted for 4 or 5 days.

u/deadkennedy · 6 pointsr/boston

If taste is optional and you're just seeking pain, DIY might be the best route.

Make your own wings, but use Pure Cap to make the sauce instead of like Frank's Red Hot or whatever.

Pain will be certain and your butthole will hate you.

u/thevoiceofzeke · 6 pointsr/fitmeals

Fun fact: The macros can be improved a bit by substituting a little bit of honey for the brown sugar, and Huy Fong chili garlic sauce for the Frank's stuff (which I think has added sugar, no?). That's how I usually make it, and I've never felt like it lacked sweetness.

I've also made basically this same recipe without coconut milk, slaw, or lentils, and it's still awesome. Try adding thinly sliced jalapeños and grated carrots sometime. It's excellent.

If I have room for carbs, my favorite way to eat it is over long grain white rice (skipping any non-vegetable carbs in the recipe, obviously). Without room for carbs, try serving it over cauliflower rice. Green Giant sells frozen riced cauliflower now to save you the trouble of ricing it yourself. It's pretty good.

u/hWatchMod · 6 pointsr/AMA

Here is a recipe to the best thing I've personally created.


  • Chili garlic sauce (careful, this is spicy. If you over do it, add more sugar/soy, can easily happen if you reduce too much)
  • Tamari (fancy soy sauce with less salt and more flavor)
  • rice wine vinger (couple splashes)
  • Seaseme seed soil, about 1tbsp, huge flavor
  • fresh minced up garlic and ginger.
  • 1-2 tbsp of brown sugar to taste, can get too sweet quickly so make sure to be tasting after adding.

    Mix that all up in a bowl with a whisk and simmer on low heat in a pan.


    I've done this with chicken and beef, but beef came out my favorite

  • 1 package of stir fry beef, or fajita beef. any small cut beef would work, and cheap beef would work well too from how its being prepared.

    To cook, refrigerate the meat so its cold, then take it out and put it in a gallon ziplock bag. In the bag with the meat add corn starch (enough so everything is throughly coated) and black pepper. Toss the beef up so its nice and coated.

    Then, pour the beef and powder into a spagetti strainer to knock off all the excess corn startch. You are not making a crush or batter, just coat it.

    Next, heat up a pan of vegetable oil. Once its hot where when you drip a drop of water and it starts bubbling, toss the meat in. Let it fry for about 2-3min, when you are stiring it around with your spoon or whatever, you will feel it start to harder. As soon as it "feels" crispy, take it out. (dont worry, it will soften)

    Let this dry on a cooling rack or paper towels.


    I love the Asian noodles, you can get them in a package. To cook, use a very large pan/wok or electric skillet thats going to be where you combine everything in. Heat up the pan, put some sesame seed oil in the pan, then the noodles. Toss them around until they heat up and remove. Set aside the noodles. (cook maybe 2-3min)

    Rice would also work here, although cooking instructions for rice should be followed.


    Easiest option is to buy a bag of stir fry mix. I usually combine some stir fry veggies with fresh garlic and a fresh quartered onion. (i like big chunks of onion for this, but cut to the size you prefer).

    The stir fry veggies are generally broccoli, carrots, water chestnuts, red bell peppers and peas.

    To cook: heat up a pan, use a big one. If you dont have a large pan an electric skillet WITH SIDES will work. This has to be big enough to fit all of the veggies and meat.

    After the pan is heated up, add a splash of vegetable oil and some sesame seed soil to the pan. Toss in all of the veggies and keep them moving while they heat up. After they look heated up, add some of the sauce you made earlier. Toss them around so they are coated but not dripping or soggy.

    The veggie part you dont want to take longer then 5-8min so you have crunchy veggies at the end.

    The Finish

    Finally, the fun part. First, add your noodles back to the pan, then add some of your sauce, and toss them around so they are coated. Then add your veggies and beef to the pan. Toss this around until everything looks distributed. Now, add more of your sauce to taste, toss and enjoy!

    IDK what you'd call it, but we call it spicy stir fry beef with noodles lol

    A few tips... dont add too many veggies where you "dilute" the amount of noodles you have. Dont over cook the veggies or they get too soft. Chili-garlic sauce is SPICY. Sesame seed oil is VERY STRONG. Use those two in moderation but for huge flavor!

    Also, please let me know if you try this i'd love to know what other people thought of it.
u/BeerSushiBikes · 6 pointsr/AskCulinary

You could try the chili garlic sauce that Huy Fong makes. It sort of looks like Sambal Oelek, but it isn't sour or bitter.

u/ViscountvonCount · 6 pointsr/hotsauce

Don't buy it from amazon though, any half-assed Mexican grocery should have it for half that price

u/caught-in-suspension · 6 pointsr/hotones

good to hear that Dirty Dick's is tasty! just purchased it from amazon today, alongside El Tucateco XXXtra Hot

if you had to plot the hot sauces on taste vs. heat axes, which sauces would be at the top right (best taste for high heat levels)?

u/ICantKnowThat · 6 pointsr/Fitness

Sriracha, Lao Gan Ma(老干妈), and Cholula. Been dabbling in Dave's Insanity Sauce but it has a really strong flavor on top of the flaming sensation.

u/beigemore · 6 pointsr/Cooking

Spicy chili crisp is amazing with white rice.

u/VanVeen · 6 pointsr/ramen

Was gonna say the same thing, I always have this one on hand I end up using a jar in a week cause I put it on every meal every day

u/HasFiveVowels · 6 pointsr/grilledcheese

here you go. Go for the 3-pack to get 25% off

u/prsplayer15 · 6 pointsr/ketorecipes

Pickled onion recipe:


3/4 cup soy sauce

3/4 cup water

3 tablespoons rice vinegar

1/4 cup sukrin gold

2 tablespoons swerve

1 tablespoon black pepper

2 tablespoons sesame oil

1/4 cup minced garlic

1/2 red onion

3lbs flank steak

Mix all of the marinade ingredients together and add the steak. Marinate for 8-12 hours.

Take the meat out of the bag and shake off excess marinade. Place onto a screaming hot charcoal grill and cook until desired doneness. I went for a nice medium rare. Tent in foil and let rest for at least 10-15 minutes, then slice thinly across the grain.

Grab a low carb tortilla and add as much steak as you want, then some shredded napa cabbage and some of the pickled red onion. I drizzled it with this sriracha mayo. Enjoy your moment of nirvana and spiritual bliss because these are THAT good.

For my ingredients and amounts (very large tortilla):

37g protein

30g fat

19g carb

12g fiber

7 net carb

u/MikeyMadness · 5 pointsr/food

Dave's Insanity Sauce. Incredibly hot - use your own sauce and add a small amount to test, say 1/8th tsp for starters (seriously!), and go from there. This stuff is extrememly hot. If memory serves it uses extract, making its Scoville count much higher than a regular hot sauce. I've seen it in grocery stores, so it shouldn't be too hard to find.

Good luck!

u/redditho24602 · 5 pointsr/Cooking

Maybe try El Yucateco? The Red version is a little milder than the green, though both are several notches up from tabasco/siracha. If you have any Mexican groceries/bodegas near you they'll probably have it, otherwise Amazon's got you covered.

u/pacificspecific · 5 pointsr/spicy
u/foggrat · 5 pointsr/keto

This garlic chili sauce is made by the same dudes who make Sriracha, and doesn't appear to have any carbs period. Maybe that's an alternative for you when you've spent your carbs elsewhere.

u/brendanec · 5 pointsr/hotones

Wanna puke and maybe go to the hospital? Get some of this:

u/maverickaod · 5 pointsr/Cooking

See, I actually like hot stuff and had eaten carolina reaper infused stuff before and have even conquered food infused with The Source.

I was wholly unprepared for this though.

u/Bozzz1 · 5 pointsr/AbruptChaos

I mean kind of. One of the chemistry teachers brought in this hot sauce and was giving it to any of his students who wanted to try it. Of cource he had a ton of ice cream and milk for those students for afterwards. I wasn't one of his students though so I just popped into his classroom during passing time and asked him for some. He gave me a generous serving and then I had to hurry on to math class. It was a pretty dumb thing to do but I'd probably do it again.

u/LordTwinkie · 5 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

i have first hand knowledge of what its going to feel for him, and its going to be fucking bad, real bad and there is nothing he can do about it. You can't drink milk to help cool it down, you can't piss the heat away, you'll try and sit in a cold bathtub and your weiner will be on fire.

i'm sorry this prick cheated on you but this is a good way to gain vengeance.


for reference this is what i was playing with before i touched my weiner and it made its way up into my dickhole

its rated at 7.1 Million Scoville Units

for reference
Tabasco sauce is just about 2,500 Scoville Units

Jalapeno's are 2,500 - 8,000

and depending on which kind of Habanero Op used that pepper can range from 100,000 to 577,000

edit 2

ha i forgot Standard pepper spray is rated at 2 - 5 million

u/Giraffe_Racer · 5 pointsr/spicy

/u/facepalm_guy is referring to the kutbil-ik. It's a little smoky but not as much as the black label one.

El Yuc's chipotle sauce is really good as well. It's milder than their habanero sauces, but the flavor is on point for anything you want a smoky chipotle flavor.

u/Jondayz · 5 pointsr/AskCulinary

I bought this, Dave's Ghost Pepper Jolokia Sauce
not too long ago for myself, but it would blend with ketchup very well. And an entire bottle would melt someone's face. I just add a drop to sauces, dressings, mac n cheese, etc.

u/Buckhum · 5 pointsr/rawdenim

Interesting post idea. I recently ate at Buffalo Wild Wings with an Indian guy from another department and he ordered the Blazin Wings for himself. While all of us went with parm garlic, salt & vinegar, medium and hot, or mango habanero, this Indian dude was just downing those wings as if they were mild or medium. That was such an insane demonstration of hot food tolerance that I could not comprehend.

Like I know a good amount of people who could eat Blazin but they wouldn't enjoy doing so and might make a fuzz about the heat and stuff... but this Indian guy had no comments or complains. He just sat there and quietly eating his Blazin and casually partaking in the conversation.

Anyways I would love to hear about some bomb-ass hotsauces that you guys have encountered so that I could order them online as a gift for my newfound flame-retardant Indian friend.

Personally I'm thinking of starting with this:

u/rubxcubedude · 5 pointsr/spicy
u/cedarSeagull · 5 pointsr/foodhacks

Use this...

Take a picture of it and show someone at the store. They'll know what it is.

u/idrumgood · 5 pointsr/goodyearwelt

WSAYWT: Trickers. Top down. Little redboi popping out.

AOTD1: I love spring. Chicago can be shit for a few months of the year, but when it's above 50°F and sunny, this city is the best in the world (I'm biased).

AOTD2: I grew up in a very spice-averse home. My mother is a self-described "spice weeny" so I never really did hot foods. Then I met my wife and she put sriracha and other hot sauces on everything and I felt like I had to learn or she would never love me. And I did learn and now I love hot sauce. There are currently at least 4 different hot sauces in my house.

  • Cholula - classic vinegar red hot sauce (way better than tabasco if you ask me)
  • Sriracha - the Huy Fong kind, accept no immitations
  • Green Chilli Sauce - Some off brand from Marianos (midwest grocer chain)
  • Ardvark habenero - it's freaking great

    [Edit] I just remembered we did have one "spicy" thing in my house growing up. This local radio station put out a mustard (I have no idea why) and it was called "Bite Your Butt Mustard" and we bought a bunch. It was actually really good, like a slightly horseradishy honey mustard, but almost more honey than mustard.
u/UltimaTR · 5 pointsr/ketorecipes

Personally, I'd use Sriracha Mayo

u/KnowsTheLaw · 4 pointsr/spicy

Scotch bonnets are really hot. Just because something has scotch bonnets in it, doesn't mean you have to move up to a hotter pepper, just need more scotch.

I don't like the Matouk's, try putting Pure Cap into another tasty hot sauce you love. I sometimes buy cheap 2L bottles of louisiana style, presidents choice or whatever and spike it.

u/dbbo · 4 pointsr/AskReddit

Lace the shit with straight capsaicin

u/[deleted] · 4 pointsr/AskReddit

I know somebody who tried. He likes spicy food so he decided to try it. A very small amount rendered his food inedible. Apparently it doesn't have a good flavor and it's way hotter than any hot sauce you'd actually use. He texted me the next day to say that taking a shit that morning was one of the most painful experiences of his life. Maybe if you used just 1 drop of it in a large pot of food it wouldn't be too hot, but then again why wouldn't you just buy some hot sauce? it's cheaper and it tastes better. This stuff is plenty hot:

u/pikachen · 4 pointsr/BeautyGuruChatter

Idk how many of you all watch Hot Ones on YouTube, but I just ate some of Da Bomb Beyond Insanity, and holy shit that was rough. The taste is very bitter and goes away quickly, leaving nothing in your mouth but straight heat that gets worse and worse as time goes on. When I first ate it, it wasn't so bad but THAT SHIT'S DECEIVING. I cried for a full 10 minutes, and the pain didn't go away until 20 minutes. I was physically shaking all over (hands, arms, legs), I have the chills now, I hear a ringing in my ears, and some mild heart burn.

I understand why so many guests have a tough time with Da Bomb, and I have mad respect for Sean Evans being able to talk through that.

u/Alleji · 4 pointsr/homestead

I regularly blend chilies and garlic cloves (1 chili : 1 clove ratio) with a little bit of water for use in cooking pretty much anything.

I only use them fresh but if you can somehow preserve that, it would basically be a homemade version of this. Hot sauces don't have to be as complicated as Tabasco!

u/eyeforgot · 4 pointsr/AMA

He's currently on the toilet shitting his insides out and crying because he thinks he's gonna die.

Source: Drank 1 tbsp of this shit one tequila night.

u/Tokolam · 4 pointsr/spicy

I tried The Source there today. One drop of this sauce completely engulfed any other sauce I tried for the rest of the afternoon; 7.1 million scoville units is not something to scoff at.

u/unthused · 4 pointsr/hotsauce

Including the XXXtra hot Yucateco? If you've not had that one yet, it's a step up in heat from the others and definitely tasty.

Some comparably tasty and easily acquired habanero sauces: Yellowbird, Secret Aardvark, Queen Majesty.

Next beyond habs you're going to start looking for sauces with ghost pepper. Nothing specific comes to mind off the top of my head, I have a random assortment of a bunch at home, but Yellowbird makes one in a larger bottle.

u/1001bricks · 4 pointsr/BitcoinPrivate

This one?

PS: I love it, we've got one here :-)

u/dmd53 · 4 pointsr/spicy

Lao gan ma brand chili sauces are some of the most popular in China--all my Chinese friends swear by it, as do I. I personally favor the flavor of the black bean sauce.

u/blix797 · 4 pointsr/Cooking

I often just use a big spoonful of Lao Gan Ma Spicy Chili Crisp as a stir fry sauce. It doesn't have sugar in it. It's also way cheaper if you have access to an asian market.

u/Kibology · 4 pointsr/Cooking

Wikipedia suggests that Italians use an oil made from olive oil and Calabrian chilis:

...I don't know exactly what sort of hot oil's expected for the Roberta's "bee sting pizza" you showed, but if I had to hazard a guess it would be that.

Honestly, I suspect that any sort of chili oil made from any chilis in any oil will work, if the intent is just to add a little heat (in addition to the hot soppresata.)

You can make your own chili oil by heating up some vegetable oil and then pouring it over dried chili flakes. I've been known to heat up cheap olive oil (a highly-processed one is best for this, not extra-virgin) and pour it over "pizza pepper" flakes to make it. (You have to use a sufficient quantity of chili flakes to keep the oil from incinerating them. Note that it may come out shockingly spicy -- after it cools down you can mix a little of the chili oil with plain oil to dilute it.) It's a common homemade Chinese condiment, so a Google search on "chili oil" will turn up many recipes and tutorial videos, some plain, and some with extra ingredients.

Here's a (rather different) store-bought Chinese hot oil topping I like on my pizzas:

Stores that carry Chinese products should have it -- the brand name is "Lao Gan Ma" and the specific product is "Spicy Chili Crisp". It's relatively mild as chili oils go (I could eat it all by itself!) and it's loaded with crunchy things (such as black beans) and salt and MSG. It's a whole bunch of comfort-food flavors all at once. But it's probably not remotely like what Roberta's pizza uses.

u/grewestr · 4 pointsr/grilling

Not OP, but I make wings regularly on the kettle. For regular wings:
-Set up kettle like OP, coals on one side
-Set all wings skin side down on a sheet with paper towel under it to dry the skin
-Sear wings skin side down over coals for 1-3 minutes until slightly charred
-Flip and sear other side for 1 minute
-Transfer to other side of grill skin side up
-Place lid on with vent open and directly over the wings
-Wait 5-20 minutes depending on how you like the wings done then toss them in sauce.

This gives the best of both worlds. A nice charred sear that makes the skin super tender and a indirect cooking period to crisp everything up. I usually marinade half of them in a mixture of Sabauce and Aardvark for some extra flavor. I've seen people have really good results using the Vortex as well.

u/ichundes · 4 pointsr/spicy

> Pltuonium N9

This is the actual Plutonium N9, which is a pepper extract that probably actually has 9 million scoville units. The label on the bottle you linked just says that this is one of the ingredients of that sauce. It says it is over 1 million scoville units, so probably not much more than that. Personally I would avoid extract based sauces, the extract flavor is just really bad for me. Maybe there are good ones, but I haven't found any.

u/GitEmSteveDave · 3 pointsr/funny

For my cats, I put a drop of Pure Cap (We use it to stop our horses from chewing on wood) in some cold burger pan grease on the counter, and covered it with more grease so the smell was covered. It took a few times, but they learned a lesson.

u/AffinityForLepers · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

Just make regular chili and dump a bottle of this in. It will taste nasty, but be incredibly hot. Also, don't get it in your eyes, it will end badly.

u/Faptasmic · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

It's just a little bit sweet just the right amount of spice and a little tang to it sauce that's great on a lot of things. I especially like it on broccoli and cauliflower.

I used to be able to find it pretty readily in the states but have had to resort to ordering it online. I would check your local grocery chain if you're in the states.

u/coughcough · 3 pointsr/hotsaucerecipes

Yeah! IMHO a good hot sauce balances heat and flavor. From the look of the box, you are getting a good mix of hot, flavorful peppers. Here is a very simple hot sauce recipe. While it doesn't say it, I would recommend you run it through a fine mesh strainer and then mix in a pinch of Xanthan gum (you can find individual packets for like $0.99 in the baking isle of your grocery store). You only need a pinch - a little Xanthan gum goes a long way.

Personally, I would avoid the extracts. They add heat without bringing anything else to the party. Of course, if heat is your endgame it will definitely get you there.

Just in case you are looking for some additional sauces, Da Bomb is really, really spicy. My personal favorite (balancing flavor and heat really well, IMO) is Zombie Apocalypse.

Hope this helps!

u/meatyscientist · 3 pointsr/Skookum
u/symptomatic_basic · 3 pointsr/VegRecipes

Holy crap. Ordering this bouillon now :)

I make a something kinda similar - sliced mushrooms, shredded carrots, sliced cabbage, bean sprouts, tofu, ramen noodles, Knorr chicken broth, chili garlic paste (cause spicy), a dash of fish sauce, cilantro, lemongrass paste, onions, lime, etc. You might like it if you liked the soup above! Secret is to press the tofu before you cube it, helps it absorb all that tangy salty soup flavor :P

u/hardstripe · 3 pointsr/dubai



Or the overpriced one

Or if you really dont want to wait, try Park and Shop in Dubai Investment Park. They have everything there.

u/_snacknuts · 3 pointsr/Cooking

This isn't the best curry I've ever eaten, but it is BY FAR the best one I've ever made:

Cauliflower, Cashew, Pea, and Coconut Curry


  • 1 (1-inch) piece fresh ginger, peeled and chopped

  • 4 garlic cloves, chopped

  • 1 green chile, roughly chopped (seeded if you prefer less heat) [NOTE: I often replace this with a tablespoon or so of Huy Fong's chile garlic sauce]

  • Kosher salt

  • 4 Tbsp canola oil

  • 2 large onions, finely chopped

  • 1 Tbsp tomato paste

  • 1 1/2 tsp ground coriander

  • 1 1/4 tsp ground cumin

  • 1/2 tsp chile powder

  • 1 large head cauliflower, broken into bite-size florets

  • 1 14 oz. can unsweetened coconut milk

  • 4 oz. unsalted cashews (about 3/4 C)

  • 1/2 C frozen peas

  • 1/2 tsp garam masala

  • 1 small bunch cilantro, leaves chopped, for serving

  • 1 lemon wedge, for serving

  • cooked basmati rice, for serving


  • Step 1 - Place the ginger, garlic and green chile in a mortar and pestle with a pinch of salt. Mash until a paste forms and set aside. Alternately, finely chop the ginger, garlic and green chile together, sprinkle with a pinch of salt, then mash into a coarse paste using the flat portion of your chef’s knife.

  • Step 2 - In a large skillet with a lid, heat 3 tablespoons oil over medium. Cook the onions until golden, about 10 minutes. Add the ginger paste and cook, stirring, until fragrant, 3 to 4 minutes.

  • Step 3 - Stir in the tomato paste, coriander, cumin, chile powder and 1 1/4 teaspoons salt. Stir in the cauliflower and coconut milk and bring to a simmer. Reduce the heat to low, cover and cook until the cauliflower is tender, 10 to 12 minutes.

  • Step 4 - Meanwhile, heat the remaining 1 tablespoon oil in a small skillet over medium. Fry the cashews, stirring occasionally, 2 minutes. Transfer to a plate to cool. [Note: Instead of frying the cashews, I always just roast them in the oven at 400º for ~10 minutes]

  • Step 5 - Add the peas and garam masala to the cauliflower mixture and cook, stirring, 5 minutes. Season to taste with salt.

  • Step 6 - Top the curry with the cashews, cilantro and a squeeze of lemon just before serving. Serve with a big steaming bowl of basmati rice.


  • I would strongly recommend doubling all the spices. I copied the amounts as written in the recipe, but I always double the spices when I make it.

  • Every time I make this, the first thing I do is cut up the cauliflower, toss it with some olive oil, salt, pepper, and curry powder and roast it in the oven at 400º while I prep the rest of the ingredients.
u/Deltr0nZer0 · 3 pointsr/tifu

Try a ghost pepper salsa before you get into the extracts Try Jardines, or Mrs. Renfro's ghost pepper salsa before you try something like [The Source] (

Only use 1-2 drops of the source per large amount of food (like a whole pot of chili / crock-pot / 4 lbs of hamburger meat.) Some places will let you try a drop on a burger or a wing if they have it, but they make you sign a health waiver.

u/someguy9 · 3 pointsr/GiftIdeas

A drone for $200 would probably suck (granted I don't know how technically he is, but for me I would be disappointed)

Da bomb hot sauce is a fun gag (I give a taste to my friends) also a tiny q-tip crossbow would be fun

Also maybe a security camera for the house? if you have pets the nest cam is a lot of fun.

u/mrplinko · 3 pointsr/hotsauce

Don't look for the sauce with the most heat. Find one with the flavor that you like the most, you can always add heat.

For my taste, this is the best out there for me -

u/Zombies_Are_Dead · 3 pointsr/NotMyJob

I'm on an El Yucateco kick right now. Their Mayan style habanero is straight forward and tasty stuff. However, the one I crave most often is the Tabasco Garlic sauce. I go through about 5 bottles of it a month just as a general food additive, lol. It's not all that hot, but I love the flavor of it. Fortunately I can get it for $0.99 a bottle right now at a local place. I have been making Valentina hot sauce gravy with sausage about once a month for biscuits and gravy. It's not healthy in any way, but it's a treat.

u/prettymuchhatereddit · 3 pointsr/baseball

That looks like the green El Yucateco which I've never tried, but the XXXtra Hot Habanero from El Yucateco is straight up amazing for the price (< $2 at any bodega around me.)

u/wasabibratwurst · 3 pointsr/hotsauce

El Yucateco XXXtra Hot Kutbil-ik Mayan Style Habanero Hot Sauce - 4 oz

u/DoubleBassPlease · 3 pointsr/pics

I bought this about 5 months ago. Needless to say, it's still pretty full.

u/lizard450 · 3 pointsr/spicy

Thanks :)

My stomach was acting up pretty bad about an hour ago. For a moment i thought I was going to vomit. Believe me ... vomiting is the absolute worst.

I'd highly recommend eating something like raisin bran to help push the capsaicin through your system faster.

If you're even a little bit constipated it will just sit in your stomach and intestines and it's no good. I don't know if it's the stomach acid going nuts or the capsaicin or both.

Basically I find that when I eat something beyond my tolerance level and I find it punishing like those youtube videos.. that a few days after I've recovered my tolerance is way higher.

I got this and it's pretty damn hot.

I poured a bunch of it on some of my food and it kicked my ass. I had my SO have a little bit on a toothpick and that was enough to get me in trouble. (and she has a higher tolerance than most people)

Now I can deal with that stuff really well. I can even handle a good amount of the Cajohn's nothing beyond which I also got off of amazon.

In order to get to my next level I'd like to get some sauce in the 4 million range. I'd really like to work up to something like the source, but it's really expensive and frankly it's a bit intimidating.

u/shadowdude777 · 3 pointsr/spicy

Middle one looks like this, and right one is this.

Not sure about the two left ones. Sorry.

u/stealingzen · 3 pointsr/pics

Next year, tell him you'll only have one if he has one as well. Then give the bartender this:

u/ramp_tram · 3 pointsr/DoesAnybodyElse

Tabasco is vinegar that wishes it was good enough to be in Frank's.

Not that Frank's is hot, but it's got a nice flavor to it.

If you want something spicy, here ya go:

u/LiquidDinosaurs69 · 3 pointsr/UIUC

I would recommend dave's gourmet. It is like a 9.5 out of 10. Eventually I was eating it with every meal. It tastes fucking great.

If you want hotter, than I would reccommend mad dog 357
or wicked tickle.

These are both like 9.8/10. Very painful. I never really got used to the wicked tickle sauce. It doesn't taste that great either but it will put you in a world of hurt.

u/UnicornBestFriend · 3 pointsr/happy


Fellow instant-noodle lover here. If you find your local Asian market - the legit one that Asian immigrants go to - you can find a ton of stuff to kick up your ramen. Cheap veg, we're talking 3 lb bags of baby bok choy for $2, fitty-cent green onion, and hella cheap ground pork, something like $2/lb. Also, delicious tinned fish (under $2).

But the best shit is the sauce aisle.

Good ramen comes with several packets: freeze dried veg, powder seasoning, and the grease packet. The ten cent stuff only comes with the powder. To make up for the grease packet, you can get either sesame oil or chili oil. You can get a tub of curry paste for under $3 and make curry noodles; one tub should yield 30-40 servings. Or Korean gojuchang.

This is my favorite and it's around $4 a jar in the market.

You can also save up any fat left from cooking, like bacon drippings or chicken fat, freeze it, and use it to silk up your ramen.

It makes a ten cent bag into at least a $2.50 bag.

u/chicagobears93 · 3 pointsr/steroids

The best thing to come from China since chinese pussy.

u/AzusaNakajou · 3 pointsr/ramen

This and lots of it. You should be able to get it at all asian supermarkets.

I like to use white pepper and occasionally some sesame oil for lighter pork/chicken flavored soups. If you can get Shichimi Togarashi, that's probably one of the best spices. It's more commonly sprinkled over udon but it'll work nicely with just about any soup.

u/CotyCorvette · 3 pointsr/hotsauce

I agree with this 99% of the time, but Aardvark goes great on both eggs and fish tacos. Out of the hundreds of hot sauces I've tried, aardvark is by far the most applicable to any situation.

u/mkwash02 · 3 pointsr/hotsauce

Dude where do you live? Order it on amazon??

u/tunersharkbitten · 3 pointsr/hotsauce

>it was uncomfortable, but it was also exhilarating. There was a little adrenaline boost. I felt high, and my consciousness was affected in a weird yet exciting way.

welcome to the club, friend.

a couple recommendations based on personal experience.

Ghost pepper: 1 of them INSTANTLY can be recommended. ADOBOLOCO HAMAJANG is INSANELY delicious. if there is a cost plus world market near you, they probably have it. if you are lucky, they are in the clearance section. manageable heat. EXCELLENT flavor. its more of a pepper water than your traditional hot sauce but w/e.

habanero: secret aardvark habanero hot sauce is by far my favorite habanero sauce. i would avoid "DA BOMB" like the plague. literally no flavor at all, and it just feels like you are stabbing your tongue with a hot knife.

Trinidad scorpion: personally, i cheated with this one. i am PROBABLY the only person out there with an actual BOTTLE of the Buffalo Wild Wings "Scorpion Rum" hot sauce. scorpion peppers mixed with meyers dark rum makes for a SERIOUSLY delicious sauce. shame it as a limited time only deal...

i actually havent had a sauce with carolina reapers in it, so i cant recommend anything. but if you stay here long enough, you wont just try one or 2 of them, you will probably find a GOOD one.

u/corey1031d · 3 pointsr/spicy

This is pretty much the best sauce ever made.

u/kalitarios · 3 pointsr/hotsauce

Incorrect. Blair's 16m reserve is capsaicin crystals, not a sauce.

16M SHU is pure capsaicin, (see Pure Evil). When you start blending stuff into the sauce it mathematically lowers the cap level as it becomes diluted.

The cost alone for that bottle, if you can find it would be treated more like a collectible and not eaten, as well as you would have about 15 minutes or more of straight vomiting and stomach cramps... and that's not even in your intestines yet.

Do tomatoes have capsaicin? No, so when you add tomatoes to pure cap, you lower the level.

Source: I have a hot sauce company and make hot sauces for a living.

Your body would also treat pure cap like any other foreign chemical being added directly to your stomach. You wouldn't eat it like you would normally use a hot sauce.

u/m0lokovellocet · 3 pointsr/ketorecipes

Have you tried this? It is SO good. It is also cheaper in stores.

It is 90 calories, 10g fat, and <1g of carbs per tablespoon.

u/Wixely · 3 pointsr/AmazonWTF

That page had a link to this. And then I googled this.

u/Cody5000 · 3 pointsr/spicy

Wow. Now I don't have to keep throwing out the ones that go bad!

You need some dirty dick's in there...

u/cittatva · 3 pointsr/Parenting

Have you tried yellow bird sauce? Yellowbird Habanero Hot Sauce 9.8 Oz (1 Bottle)

u/rollkuchen · 3 pointsr/hotsauce
u/i_forget_my_userids · 3 pointsr/spicy
u/Supra1989 · 3 pointsr/hotsauce
u/Ketrel · 2 pointsr/AskMen

Btw, the brand of capsaicin you're talking about is called Pure Cap.

I know this because of.... reasons.

u/TheDemonator · 2 pointsr/fargo

No joke if you like hot stuff go there soon. Like this product linked below is like $13 a bottle right now which is the lowest I have seen it.

Satans Blood like $8.50

u/fumanchu4u · 2 pointsr/funny

alright, so I'm a bit weird and actually have a variation of this sauce all the time on everything. I really like chilli, my brother grew naga jolokias and I kind of grew up being fed whatever was the newest hottest pepper in the world. So...this stuff is ok (but, importantly it tastes really really good). if you want hot. like excruciatingly ball shrivelingly, arse clenchingly, face meltingly hot. you need to try this:

it tastes like utter shite. but it will kill you, and then haunt your family after you are gone. it is fucking disturbing.

u/roo-ster · 2 pointsr/self

Get a bottle of Pure Cap and you'll finish a book in one sitting.

u/drakfyre · 2 pointsr/gaming

First off, I LOVE that you offered a local tradition that isn't common in my country, but yet is very available to me! Thank you.

Buttered popcorn and ice cream... actually sounds pretty awesome. I definitely had never considered combining the two but in my mental simulation it's working out pretty damn good.

I looked up choc-tops, we definitely have some similar things to those here too so I'll try a dip method too.

I still have YET to try vegemite! I haven't tried it yet and it's definitely on my list. I have to be honest though, quite unlike the popcorn and ice cream, my taste buds have no guesses on how it's going to taste. I will be going in blind.

As far as reciprocation... hmm... how do I determine something that's common here but would be uncommon elsewhere...

I found this page but it's old, is it still true that Reese's Pieces/Peanut Butter Cups aren't around there yet? How about Doritos?

I do have a hot sauce suggestion: Tiger Sauce. It's not HOT it's just right, and it has a lot of sweet/savory flavor as well. Works on just about anything, just try it on stuff.

u/cw236085 · 2 pointsr/Cooking

This stuff is amazing on all things included in an english breakfast. - HP Sauce

This stuff is a Sweet Heat sauce - Tiger Sauce

These are two that are always stocked in my fridge that you might not know.

Besides the regulars...homemade buttermilk range, franks, siracha, maple syrup, ketchup, assorted mustards

u/hypamike11 · 2 pointsr/PeoriaIL

Not strictly food, but if you've ever seen an episode of Hot Ones, da bomb is considered the hottest sauce in the show's history, despite its modest scoville rating. Bass Pro Shops sells this hot sauce for $12. Recently got a bottle myself, and one drop of it blows blazin wings from bdubs in the dust.

u/SlickStretch · 2 pointsr/hotsauce

Huy Fong Chili Garlic sauce is bomb AF and is prolly at your local grocery store.

u/keheytha · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

Keto approved "basically 0 carb" Sriracha replacement below.

Huy Fong Chili Garlic Sauce, 8 oz

u/nbaaftwden · 2 pointsr/vegetarian

Avocado toast with chili garlic sauce and a fried egg.

Stuffed avocados

I've always wanted to try avocado pasta but haven't.

u/toddthewraith · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

no, this stuff is evil.

u/biomathman · 2 pointsr/spicy

The Source Hot Sauce, 7.1 Million Scoville Units
Amazon Link

u/thesquarerootof1 · 2 pointsr/tifu

Ok, now I'm curious. You can buy this shit on Amazon by the way...

u/brainrad · 2 pointsr/tifu
u/sebbysir · 2 pointsr/interestingasfuck

Which makes me wonder...

How is THIS made?

u/RadiantSun · 2 pointsr/confession

My girlfriend does most of the cooking, so the chicken pot pie is here's, and it'snot any secret recipe. But I do out Da Bomb on my portions, and once you go spicy, you will never turn back.

u/GrumpyMcGrumperton · 2 pointsr/tonightsdinner

I completely agree. The best salsa I've ever had was made at a hole-in-the-wall bar in Cozumel, Mexico.

Back to "hot sauce" real quick:
I don't care where you're from. If you (not you personally) think you can handle serious hot sauce, try this.

u/AntAPD · 2 pointsr/Justrolledintotheshop

5-6 pieces and we're red faced and snotting and your tongues usually numb by that point. And we love hot food and can eat less than 10 pieces back to back before it's just too much

1.5 Tablespoons of this stuff in the marinade Nice and smokey and the heat comes on slowly. After piece 2 it's usually in full effect.

The funny part is the first piece isn't hot so non-hot-food people say "Oh man I love the flavor and it's a little hot but not too crazy" and a minute later "......" is all you get about midway through piece 2.

u/mechaforce · 2 pointsr/pics

If you wanna try it, this sauce comes highly recommended:

u/shannondoko · 2 pointsr/pics

I use daves ghost pepper sauce on a lot of things. I'm aware that the hot sauce is significantly less hot than the actual pepper.

It doesn't matter if you're immune to hot or can't handle hot. It's the same for everyone.

I can put it on my burritos now like most people put taco bell mild sauce on their burrito. I barely notice the hotness anymore. But for the longest time, it would melt my face. I mean it felt as if my face was melting off. It's the only hot sauce I've ever been able to feel through the ENTIRE digestive process. It took me forever to build up tolerance, but I forced myself to suffer and now it's nothing to me.

If you get some of that hot sauce and force yourself to suffer, there is next to nothing out there that will be spicy to you. Thai food used to make me sweat like crazy. Not I can walk in and ask them to make it as spicy as possible and I barely notice. My tastbuds still work fine. I remember exactly what food tasted like before, and it still tastes exactly the same. (I've had a lot of people say I was burning my tastebuds off).

tl;dr: Go buy some of that hot sauce and build up tolerance. (start with one drop in a bowl of ramen and work your way up from there.) Force yourself to suffer.

I'm on a mission to find something hotter.

u/basiden · 2 pointsr/spicy

How would you compare the heat to other ghost sauces like Dave's?

Seeing you casually eat a whole spoonful makes me assume it's just piss-weak sauce with some good flavors. Not dissing your ability to eat spicy food, but I'm genuinely curious as to how it matches up.

u/dghswill · 2 pointsr/spicy
u/Alfique · 2 pointsr/IllegalLifeProTips

Mad Dog 357

Holy shit this stuff hurts

No joke, 3 drops ruined an entire batch of taco meat

A quarter pound of pain

I may or may not have painted a thin layer across my former bosses keyboard and mouse. Wish I could have seen the moment that cock sucker rubbed his eyes.

u/GodOfAtheism · 2 pointsr/fatpeoplestories

>he won't be stealing from me again.

Plant some of this in some food and wait. It only takes one session of crying and the followup burning shit to ensure that your stuff stays yours in the future.

u/Bananacup · 2 pointsr/spicy

Oh man, just found this subreddit! There is really is a subreddit for everything.

Picked up a few sauces from Byron Bay Chilli Co, really loving the habanero and mango sauce but it's still a bit mild honestly, so I went ahead and ordered a bottle of Mad Dog 357, a Bhut Jolokia (ghost pepper) sauce.

Also picked up a bottle of Nando's Extra Hot Peri-Peri Sauce. It's really nice, but it really is very mild. Goes well with a hotter sauce or chilli powder.

u/Sterling_____Archer · 2 pointsr/EDC
u/Zip668 · 2 pointsr/coolguides

The Chipotle is my jam. I usually buy 6 at a time. I don't see 1/2 gallons of it :( I do have this my saved items tho.

u/asbrink · 2 pointsr/ramen

The OG Sichuan hot sauce:
It's life changing.

Also, try the Shin Ramen brothless--just mix in the spice packet after you drain the noodles. It's so much more intense.

u/junk_science · 2 pointsr/vegan


full of msg, and probably horrible other chemicals, but holy fuck it's good. super spicy, can be found in any asian grocery. it's like mouth heaven.

Soy Vay Very Very Teriyaki is good and nice to have on hand:

Oh and I love this one:

just use hoisin or vegan oyster sauce. sooo good on broccoli

u/vorpalpillow · 2 pointsr/spicy

it’s crispy chili flakes in oil

check the ingredients for potential allergy issues - it has MSG and peanuts I believe

Lao gan ma is the most popular brand, but other brands have been hitting the market, due to the massive success

u/LikaShambooty · 2 pointsr/FoodPorn

Light Soya, sesame oil and this chili sauce. Really delicious sauce imo.

u/glowdirt · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Chinese Chili Oil-Onion Crisp sauce is amaaazzzing

Try this brand.

u/TheOutlawJoseyWales · 2 pointsr/recipes

Have you had angry woman sauce before??? (you can find it cheap at the local asian market)

Here is a clone recipe

u/hmperlis · 2 pointsr/Cooking

This guy. Stir it into fried rice at the end of cooking, on top of pretty much all veggies, with fried eggs…chef kiss

u/berdhouse · 2 pointsr/mechmarket

I do not qualify, but I love hot sauce.

Valentina black label is my daily driver. I try to bring back sauce from each place my wife and I travel, and the last place we we're in was Portland. I brought back some Aardvark sauce and it was great!

u/youveruinedtheactgob · 2 pointsr/AskCulinary

I made a srirach-ish hot sauce last year with a 50/50 split of white and cider vinegar which turned out great. Secret Aardvark uses champagne vinegar and it's one of my favorites.

u/SergioSF · 2 pointsr/MealPlanYourMacros

Place 1-2lb of Ground chicken in a frying pan and stir the chicken on medium-high heat until barely pink. No added oils are needed to fry.

Drain access fat from pan. Since it's ground chicken, there will only be about 2-3 tablespoons.

Place frying pan back on stove.
Change heat to medium and move the meat over to one half side of the pan.

Crack in 3-4 eggs per 2lb of ground chicken on the other half of the pan and add salt and pepper and let sit for 2 minutes minutes. Then stir in all together. You should add in your precooked veggies at this point if you are using any.

Eat on or with slice of wheat toast. Dab on generous amount of Aardvark Secret Habanero Sauce. You can find this at supermarkets for $5-6, but paying $7.00 a bottle is a steal for how rare it can be depending on your location.

This is my lazy weekday morning way of doing it. My recipe is ripe for improvement.

u/Nail_Gun_Accident · 2 pointsr/HotPeppers

I don't think you have the capacity to extract pure capsaicin at the quality and potency you'd need. 99% (?) of the paper is going to be material other than capsaicin.

You'd need something like crystallized capsaicin dissolved in pure alcohol, like the product linked here: Link

But I doubt this is a good idea. People who aren't into heat, touching paper at the heat level you want and then touching their eyes/ass/genitals is going to open you up to legal problems.

u/Surtock · 2 pointsr/IndianFood

As in kashmiri pepper powder? I don't find those to be particularly spicy at all. I'm not a veteran of spice, but in no slouch either.
I'm thinking that a few, depending on the quantity being made, Thai bird chillis would take it to another level.
Those are where I draw the line. The flavor profile might not match though.
You could also look for something similar to this it's apparently odor and tasteless and should make any grown person cry.

u/77ticktock · 2 pointsr/TrigeminalNeuralgia

Tried this method some time around the end of 2016 and while I believe it had some positive effect for a few weeks I couldn't say with certainty. The pain level was absolutely excruciating from a paper towel soaked with this capsaicin. I really can't tolerate spice or heat and this set me over the top. Please be extremely cautious and have a loved one around if you're to try this alone. I've read of some individuals going to the ER as a result of similar attempts. Also note the potential risk for gastrointestinal issues. Milk was only able to help so much.

I look forward to hearing your results as we all vary in body composition. Wishing you well.

u/rapcat · 2 pointsr/sysadmin
u/TurnedOnByTheBroken · 2 pointsr/morbidquestions

Try putting some of this in a spray bottle.

Just say it's for your tacos.

u/Chrominumv2 · 2 pointsr/shittyfoodporn

[You can buy a bottle of it from amazon or your local Asian grocery store, or make it yourself ofc.] (

u/laststance · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

They don't, I believe you're referring to this product. Its made by Lee Kum Kee. Different company.

u/ignorado · 2 pointsr/food

That's the sriracha mayo! It's just this stuff

u/freeforsale · 2 pointsr/hotones
u/DogmaLovesKarma · 2 pointsr/hotsauce
u/i_love_lamp · 2 pointsr/spicy

Dirty Dicks is my current favorite. Good heat, amazing flavor.

u/Bobdole462 · 2 pointsr/hotsauce

Here is the non-referral link for the Dirty Dick’s Hot Sauce -

I cannot change the link in my title thread.

u/Blownbunny · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

I somehow forgot Angry Goat Pepper Co.

And my goto non-superhot sauce had been Yellowbird Habanero No refrigeration and a squeeze bottle. I go through the 9oz bottles in like 10 days.

u/alabamdiego · 1 pointr/spicy

I use pure capsicum for a lot of dishes including ramen, shabu shabu, pho, chilli, etc. etc. All heat, no flavor (not much anyway).

This is the one I have.

u/PenPenGuin · 1 pointr/Cooking

Sriracha of course, plain ol' Tobasco is in there as well as their Buffalo style (I actually like it better than Frank's). I also have a bottle of the Diablo sauce from Torchy's Tacos, and it's a pretty good topper. However there are quite a few times when I just want to add heat without changing the flavor - my go to for that is Pure Cap.

u/Sacamato · 1 pointr/funny

This product has been around for at least 20 years. I remember it from the old Peppers catalog I used to get in the mail.

u/nomodrank · 1 pointr/LosAngeles

If you're a real spicy fein then I'd commend Pure cap. Pure unadulterated capsaicin:

So Potent. You get the spice without messing with the flavors. Could just add a few drops to your favorite milder hot sauces.

u/sealclubber · 1 pointr/askscience

Suggestions for improving future studies:

Due to time and financial constraints, the original study was not able to explore the full potential of this discovery. Future studies might have better (and more controlled) results by using Menthol Crystals and a purer source of Capsaicin.

(Fair warning: Pure Cap is hotter than some pepper sprays, and is not intended to be ingested directly. Failure to use common sense can result in bodily harm and a trip to the hospital.)

u/wookiesandwich · 1 pointr/funny

Yeah I've tried this stuff, it's crazy fucking hot.

The Amazon Reviews are hilarious too, enjoy

u/artgo · 1 pointr/TrueDetective

> The line 'don't do anything out of hunger, not even eating' really irks me.

It's very very intentional. It's intended to piss off the audience, "get you out of your comfort zone".

> But returning to that, it just strikes me as pseudo-intellectual bullshit

That's what it is going for. Frank is not a nice person. And it even makes you question the very meaning of "pseudo-intellectual". At what age do people stop learning? Frank is stuck in his basement, never learning Love - from his great teacher (his wife). This goes beyond Intellectualism.

This line got a lot of discussion - and I really don't see it as an error on the writer's part. It isn't some bad dialog. It's specifically intended to punch you in a specific spot of the brain ;)

Now, would people pay good money to be punched in that spot of the brain. That's the issue with Season 2 - it isn't made for entertainment. Season 2 is very much a serving of Dave's Insanity Sauce. It's bitter, terrible, insulting and hurts going into your mouth -and the next day on the toilet. Much like Dante's Infero story.

u/Beznet · 1 pointr/AskReddit

get a bottle of some really good hot sauce and wait for the roommate/whomever to cook a spicy dish.

When they're gone, dump some of the sauce in it.

"holy shit man, I added wayyyy to many spices". Then they usually proceed to hover over the sink salivate like mad.

u/2close2see · 1 pointr/interestingasfuck

>I have never experienced the problem of spicy food exit revenge.

If you'd like to, here's a 100% guarantee:

Buy this.

Put a generous amount on your food.

Enjoy your bowel movement the next day.

u/k9d · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

This is the hot sauce I bought. I found it at Target, but I've seen it at a Kroger as well.

u/GTA_Stuff · 1 pointr/hotones

I dunno. Not much to say. In the early 2000s Dave’s Insanity Sauce was de facto hottest hot sauce out there. Apparently it put someone in the hospital when it was used in a chili competition (chili like with beans, not ‘hot chili’s’)

I’ve had it before and just a couple drops is enough to spice up a pot of spaghetti sauce. “Spice up” or “ruin,” depending on your taste/tolerance.

Amazon has it: Dave's Original Insanity Hot Sauce - 5oz

I don’t know how these others compare. I’ve been out of the scene for years. Good luck!

u/A_huge_waffle · 1 pointr/casualiama

Turkey Bacon Ranch, Insanity, Koenigsegg One1. For every Kilogram it weighs, it has 1 horse power making the KG/HP ratio 1/1. Also, on the dyno it is faster than the Hennessy Venom GT

u/brad1775 · 1 pointr/trees
u/Rhesonance · 1 pointr/keto


Good thing I made my own mayonnaise with a few drops of this stuff. :)

u/jakeisalwaysright · 1 pointr/bodybuilding

El Yucateco habanero. Top notch stuff.

u/real-dreamer · 1 pointr/spicy

Tapatio is what I put on anything that most "normal" people eat. Gotta love it. I also have learned to love El Yucateco recently too hot for most of my friends but the flavor is so perfect.

u/vadersdemise · 1 pointr/hotsauce

I tried the original Chile Habanero flavor. I feel like I may have also tried the green one and didn't like the taste of that either.

u/gator426428 · 1 pointr/guns

El Yucateco Chile Habanero Hot Sauce Bottle, Red, 8 Ounce

It's like 3 bucks in the store

u/itsthevoiceman · 1 pointr/AskMen

Tapatio, baby!

Also, looking into getting this jazz or maybe this good stuff.

u/Wooster001 · 1 pointr/hotsauce

If you like a hot sauce with a little sweetness to it, this one is pretty good.

u/insidethebox · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Tiger Sauce It's amazing on meatloaf.

u/laddy_McTaegue · 1 pointr/AskReddit

It's tangy and zesty.

u/MassiveConflict · 1 pointr/lifehacks
u/skycake23 · 1 pointr/spicy

I have a very high tolerance to spicy food. The bottle says 137,000 scoville but that has to be a mistake cause this sauce had me writhing in pain. It was so hot I felt like I was gonna throw up a few times and it will melt your insides as it makes its way through your body. It comes in waves so you think it has passed and then you get hit with another wave of pain and misery. So in other words this hot sauce is really good and I would highly recommend it. (might be tolerable at lower amounts but when I add hot sauce I just dump a bunch)

u/AwwwSheetMulch · 1 pointr/spicy

It's not crazy garlic-y, but there's some in there. For full-on garlic try Huy Fong Chili Garlic Sauce if you haven't already. It's in a lot of grocery stores in the Asian foods secction.

u/starchmuncher · 1 pointr/PlantBasedDiet

I'd simply avoid all processed junk whenever possible while staying away from restaurant foods except for those special occasions. Most likely that should get about three-quarters of the game covered according to this chart below:

For the meals that were prepared on my own, no added salt whatsoever since the flavor would come from salt-free canned tomatoes and powdered white onion. Maybe I would sprinkle just a little bit of kelp granules on top whenever I felt like adding a little bit of taste.

Stuff like chili garlic sauce and canned soups do contain some salt, I would add water to dilute them as my condiments while mixing everything beans and rice:

Well below my 1,500mg/day target and I don't really think much about my sodium intake as long as I'm cooking everything myself.

BTW, there are quite a few substitutes out there and three of them could be found online.

Kirkland Signature Organic No-Salt Seasoning:

Mrs Dash Salt Free Seasoning Blend:

Benson's Table Tasty:

Jeff Novick made this chart a few years ago, that should tell us where do we stand:

Is Your SOS Free Diet Really SOS Free? Identifying Hidden Sources of Salt/Sodium, Oil/Fat & Sugars/Sweeteners

Higher sodium, lower blood pressure. You read that right.

Yet another salt and blood pressure study

UPDATED!! Time to end the war on Salt?

Jeff Novick also explained the science as linked above and it's great to get a much better understanding.

u/CravingCheeseburgers · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

Tried to mix it up this week so lunch isn't so bland.

Nutrition Info

Chili Garlic Chicken and Veggies


u/thepoochman · 1 pointr/instantpot


My supermarket has a ethnic food aisle and it’s right with the soy and hoisin sauces. You can also get the oyster sauce right there too. And as far as the sherry I’m not sure. I’ve read it’s fairly essential for that flavor

u/necktweakers · 1 pointr/keto

I like to use a chili garlic sauce as my stir fry sauce. <1 carb per serving! Not the same as a stir fry sauce, but the stuff is like crack to me. I can eat it by the spoonful.

u/fresh_meatfree · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy
u/volcano_cough · 1 pointr/todayilearned
u/Visvalor · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Sorry born and raised in Louisiana, not really exotic. Why not try The Source.

u/NITROX4all · 1 pointr/pics

Next time try the source! Worst idea I had in a long time.

u/Bigsaggynigganips · 1 pointr/funny

We had this stuff at a sports bar I used to work at that was called "the source" which came in a little tiny glass vial. I don't remember the exact rating but it was definitely over 6 million scovilles. It was so thick and concentrated it was a thick black paste. I'm not entirely sure it wasn't in fact the blood of Satan himself. There was six or seven different levels of heat you could order on the menu - some of them we just added more powdered cayenne or used a different base. We would dip a tooth pick in the source and swirl it into the hot sauce for the "legendary wings" and fuck, that shit was insane.

Edit: found it, 7.1 million scovilles

u/CalibanRamsay · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Get "the source"^ If that doesn't get you to your limit, nothing will.

u/ZeSanctaphrax · 1 pointr/leagueoflegends
u/I_Burned_The_Lasagna · 1 pointr/food

Order online. If you don't die report back.

u/Lavotite · 1 pointr/nfl

if you ever get the chance this is the one i had

its great if you dilute 1 drop into 5 gallons

u/bethevoid · 1 pointr/videos

What's insane is that this is only rated at 350 Scovilles of heat. There's a hot sauce called The Source that is 7.1 million Scovilles.

You can buy it on Amazon here.

EDIT: You can also buy pure capsaicin crystal and dilute it into a tincture of 16 million Scoville units.

u/optical · 1 pointr/self

Read the top review on this hot sauce.

u/trebory6 · 1 pointr/Denton

haha It's called Da Bomb - The Final Answer, and it's around 1,500,000 Scoville units. I got it at Hot Licks in LA and had to sign a waiver. Usually I mix only about a drop or two into whatever sauce I'm feeling for my wings/whatever and it kicks things up to 10. One 2oz bottle costing $25 sounds like a lot, but it lasts a while because I only use a drop or two each time I'm in the mood for an ass kicking. lol Man, one drop in a batch of mac and cheese is heaven.

Anyways, I actually misrepresented myself earlier, I'm currently still in LA until sometime in May in which I'm moving back to Denton, but I'll probably be bringing my bottle with me haha

u/sasscrotch · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Once, my brother's friend lost a bet and had to eat a tablespoon of some ridiculous hot sauce. He ended up chugging a gallon of milk, proceeded vomiting a gallon of milk, pissing himself and passing out. I hope your butthole doesn't follow suit!

u/finalremix · 1 pointr/Frugal

Why not start that hot and get straight to business?

u/phlogistic · 1 pointr/MLPLounge

Depending on where you live, there may be a place or two around which will serve you sufficiently spicy food. You could also go online and buy a bottle of ultra hot sauce -- even bring it with you to kick up your food at restaurants a bit. I've personally enjoyed Wanza's Wicked Temptation since it has a pretty nice flavor for something as hot as it is.

EDIT: Last time I checked, if you wanted something a bit hotter than Wanza's, then the best you could buy for a semi-reasonable prive was Da'Bomb: The Final Answer . Flavor isn't as good as Wanza's, but I'd put it at 3-4 times spicier. You can go hotter is you have money to burn, but really at that point it'd be more for bragging rights than for actual heat anyway since you could just use a larger portion of Da'Bomb for the same effect.

u/therealcersei · 1 pointr/Cooking

My secret ingredient for the best guacamole ever is: Add a shot of good tequila. You shouldn't taste it exactly but it will give the whole thing a bit of "oomph" that you can't put your finger on...but will be awesome.

Otherwise, the recipe I always do is:

3 ripe avocados. Put flesh in bowl and mash but leave a bit chunky. Be sure to scrape the skins well, the green stuff closest to the skin has the most nutrients

About 1-2 tbs olive oil, depending on how big your avocados are

Juice of 1/2 lime

Big pinch salt, ground pepper. I like to add a big pinch of chili powder - I like Tradewinds as it has a lot of flavor but no heat; I can add heat through fresh chilies or powdered cayenne or Da Bomb hot sauce

1-2 tsp of minced garlic, depending on your taste

Mix these above ingredients until incorporated. Then add:

Diced tomatoes and white or yellow onions, about a cup of the two combined

Fresh cilantro minced to taste

It's better if you let it sit for an hour before serving, but no more or it will turn brown (because of the avocados - it's fine to eat, but it won't look pretty).

u/GornoP · 1 pointr/AskMen

> the hotter the better


Da Bomb. Seriously though -- more than like 2 drops in a big pot of chili (or whatever) is too damn much.

u/AlphaMoose67 · 1 pointr/AskMen

The greenish/yellow is fucking delicious, I’m not a fan of the red one though

E: I guess it’s kinda more of a brown.

u/kaplanfx · 1 pointr/todayilearned

This one is my favorite: It's got heat AND great flavor.

u/PanConPiiiiinga · 1 pointr/hotsauce

I think he means this one.

u/bufalla · 1 pointr/hotsauce

El Yucateco XXXtra Hot Kutbil-ik Mayan Style Habanero Hot Sauce - 4 oz

There you go brother. It is good.

u/tinytexas · 1 pointr/hotsauce
u/genius_waitress · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

The ghost pepper, or bhut jolokia, is the hottest pepper in the world. You could get him a kit to grow his own, and some of the sauce and/or powder to enjoy while he waits for them to grow.

u/bangsecks · 1 pointr/food
u/PunchSmackCow · 1 pointr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

No one truly knows spicy until they've tried this

u/iAmJoined · 1 pointr/italy

Consiglio anche queste recensioni di una salsa piccante per chi volesse farsi quattro risate.

u/Pattycaaakes · 1 pointr/pics

You gotta try Dave's Insanity Sauce if you like heat.

I like mixing this

And this

The combination is the best combination of heat and flavor. A few drops of each into a soup or onto some chicken and you will be sweating, crying, runny nose, all the good reasons people like spicy food. (Other people like those feelings too, right?)

u/Foraid91 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

You pick up a bottle of this.

Then you coat the sandwich in this. Not enough that it is noticeable while holding the sandwich, but more than a few drops.

The Naga Jolokia pepper rates at a 1,000,000 on the Skoville Scale. For reference that pepper is roughly 333 times as hot as an average Jalapeno pepper.

You taste a small amount of that sauce with expecting it, you'll think twice about anything you eat again. Plus, the sauce is quite tasty.

u/PLD_Xavier · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Watch out, this sauce has got a bit of a kick. Don't know how often you die in melee, or your hot sauce tolerance, so be careful!

u/-eDgAR- · 1 pointr/funny

You can get it on Amazon.


Got that hot sauce for you. I had to taste this stuff before; it will keep you up for a long time(in agony)

u/delanger · 1 pointr/nanowrimo

Nope. This is the one I have. (Got it on a snack exchange here on Reddit)

u/aves2k · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Dave's Ghost Pepper Sauce actually isn't too bad as far as taste goes. Not quite as hot as eating the pepper directly but is still enough to put a hurt on most people.

u/AlbinoHessian · 1 pointr/CasualConversation

I'm making tacos tonight.

I ordered a bottle of Mad Dog 357 on amazon a week ago and it finally arrived today. It might be weird, but trying a 'super hot' hot sauce is something that I wanted to try for a long time and I'm finally going to do it tonight.

u/Zioropa · 1 pointr/italy

Su Amazon qualcosa la trovi.

Io ho preso questa qualche tempo fa ed è tremendamente piccante (l'avevo pagata meno però...), era quasi inutilizzabile: la cosa migliore era usarla per le sfide con gli amici. Se guardi i suggerimenti in fondo alla pagina ne trovi parecchie altre.

Ti segnalo che la Tabasco ha iniziato a mettere in commercio anche in Italia le versioni Chipotle (affumicato, molto particolare) e verde (più leggera, non l'ho provata). Io le ho trovate al supermercato.

u/pooperdooper · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

well, there's hot sauce and there's hot sauce like this

u/CadaverAbuse · 1 pointr/hotsauce

Most stores like Walmart/target, have normal sized Tabasco bottles. You should be able to find on amazon full size bottles of Tabasco that are giant here same day delivery lol. , interestingly enough, the tiny bottles of Tabasco are part of the Tabasco culture. Just recently read about this.

u/SilasX · 1 pointr/todayilearned

Again, even taking it at face value, the source only supports the claim of up to three years.

And, again, basic economics. They sell this stuff for pennies an ounce. Not economical to age for three years.

u/AWildNome · 1 pointr/food

Buy the beef flavor.

Put in a small spoonful of this stuff (also available at most Asian groceries):

Add minced cilantro.

u/suddenlyreddit · 1 pointr/spicy

Mentioned elsewhere but it is Lao Gan Ma. Lee Kum Kee is best for just about all the rest of the stuff I get like that though (hoisin, oyster, dark soy, etc), they may have an equivalent sauce. I know they have a chili garlic sauce, chili bean sauce and chili oil, but I don't know what the OP's sauces taste like for comparison.

I looooove Lee Kum Kee brand.

u/faerielfire · 1 pointr/Cooking
u/OsterizerGalaxieTen · 1 pointr/Chaffles

AGREED! This stuff is addicting and heavenly. Here is the original

I am thankful I can buy it locally for cheap, (forget if it's $1.79 or $2.79), and happen to be picking up 3 more jars today. It is seriously great on everything - today I'm adding it to cauliflower rice along with some chopped green onion. I've put it on chicken, pork, beef....freaking awesome. It's got a nice kick, but not super spicy so I tend to use a lot on whatever I'm making.

edit: There were only 4 left, so I got them all. They were $2.49 each :)

u/Wixden · 1 pointr/asianeats

Definitely Lao Gan Ma chili oil. Fun fact: also endorsed by John Cena

u/roho1 · 1 pointr/foodhacks


this shit is great, I love the peanuts in it. But it still doesn't taste the same as the chili sauce I get from my local chinese greasebucket

u/nexuschild · 1 pointr/hotsauce

I always have Lao Gan Ma in my cupboard. Not hugely hot but essential to add heat to stir fries or dipping sauces.

Also like the Koon Yick Wah Kee brand for a bit more heat.

u/capsid · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

my fried rice sauce is equal parts soy sauce and mirin plus a tablespoon or two of my new obsession chili crisp

u/extisp3x · 1 pointr/nfl

baby bok choy, a dash of chili oil (or even better, this shit right hyeah), egg

u/robbiedo · 1 pointr/Portland

I make great nachos



Sliced olives

Shredded sharp cheddar

Dash of cayenne...Bam!

Spicy Chili Crisp

Blue corn chips

u/simtel20 · 1 pointr/Cooking

Learn how to make aoli. There's the "mayo with other stuff mixed in" aoli, and there's "made from scratch with garlic salt acid and oil" which is a whole other beast. They're both great ways of saucing up bland foods, but they won't drip off.

Herbed butter.

If your dad likes chinese food, experiment with silken tofu (or boiled soft tofu, which gets it to almost the same consistency) with chili oils (e.g. the disappointed grandma oil, but of course possibly without the crunchy bits. That stuff goes on oatmeal etc. for people who like it, too.

Chinese cuisine also has conjee, which is a rice gruel (look it up for variations, you make it with a 1:6 ratio of water to rice, and simmer until all the rice blooms and is very diffuse), but made with again perhaps small broken up bits of tofu, ginger and garlic (which you would probably need to mash before cooking to make it swallowable) and again with the spicy sauce.

Probably key to any endeavor is to find ways to make individual flavors hit at different times. So instead of blending masses of things together, try to make it so you have a bit of an herb like finely chopped green onion on something, or finely chopped cilantro. These garnishes will go a long way to making the food enjoyable.

Oh, and thin creamy curry sauces, maybe a paneer tiki masala, but with the paneer broken up into very fine pieces. Just make sure to reduce the salt in the sauce from any recipe you find since a recipe will be seasoned to be served with rice or bread.

u/tylerrox13 · 1 pointr/fermentation

Well I really enjoy Secret Aardvark but i really want to use the brine instead of vinegar. If you’re familiar with it and know the consistency, that’s what I’m shooting for.

u/lightninhopkins · 1 pointr/IAmA

After tasting the sauce you recommended I think you would like aardvark habenero sauce as well as the cheech gnarly garlic I mentioned before

u/MactionG · 1 pointr/cocktails

Do you mean Secret Aardvark habanero sauce?

u/me_llamo_greg · 1 pointr/hockey

I might have to hook that up. I'm all about some good hotsauce. My personal favorite right now is Secred Aardvark. It's the spiciest, most versatile sauce I have found in a while. I'm all about trying new stuff though

u/magneticbetty · 1 pointr/CasualConversation

Secret Aardvark! I just had some this weekend on a camping trip for the first time and it was so good, I bought myself a bottle as soon as I got back and put it all over my dinner tonight. My mouth is on fire but I'm in heaven.

u/JadiaTheBeast · 1 pointr/Cooking

Ghost Pepper - Habanero - Jalapeno Flakes 3 Pack

Ghost Chili Pepper Sea Salt - All-Natural Unrefined Sea Salt Infused With Extra Hot Ghost Pepper - No Gluten, No-MSG - One of the World's Hottest - Cooking or Finishing Salt - 4 oz. Stackable Jar

USDA Organic Garlic Gold Nuggets, Roasted Organic Garlic Seasoning Granules, Sodium Free & MSG Free, Vegan 2.1-Ounce Shaker Jar

Secret Aardvark Habanero Sauce, Net 8 fl oz.

u/codekaizen · 1 pointr/HotPeppers

Secret Aardvark Habanero and Floyd and Fred's HotLime Extra Hot. They both have a kick, but aren't mouth-on-fire hot.

u/assoteric · 1 pointr/hotsauce

there was a time when secret aardvark wasn't that easy to get. of course you can order it on amazon now.

u/freshcelery · 1 pointr/VictoriaBC

nah, I think the free prime shipping is only for things shipped by amazon. Since the guys selling Aardvark are some random reseller it is still expensive to ship (and shipping time is usually forever for resellers in my experience).

The link if you are interested:

u/rabidpirate · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Depends on what you consider spicy tbqh. There are many delicious sauces that are just way too hot for most people.

If you want to stick with the same general heat level as tobasco, Tapatio and Cholula are super mainstream and available everywhere.

If you want a bump up from that (a few times hotter), I can't recommend Secret Aardvark enough

My personal favorite all around sauce (Jolokia 10) is also what I consider a fairly mild sauce (about twice as hot as Aardvark), [is also my favorite sauce] (

It's a puree style sauces instead of a vinegar/liquid sauce, so you get some chunk, some bite..but it's not an extract sauce like you get with some of the sauces starting at this level. Extract is a cheap way of giving more heat at the expense of taste (you get a metallic, carbon taste from the stuff)

u/MrPoopyFrijoles · 1 pointr/hotsauce

secret aardvark is so good, hands down my all time favorite hot sauce. If youre looking for someting really burns try Trader Joe's habenro hot sauce, personally it's too spicy for me.

Another favorite is Yuctan habenro pepper sauce. Is phenomenal on tacos.

lastly salse picante de chile habenro is good but it always makes me have weird poops so i stay away

u/cubicleninja · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

>Five calories won't kill you

And if you're scared it will, try this.

u/Nanya_business · 1 pointr/AskWomen

Hands down, Aardvark sauce

It's habanero sauce. Deliciously hot with a unique amazing flavor that goes great on everything. Plus it reminds me of home.

u/drinkthebooze · 1 pointr/Blackfellas

Well you could always go the war crimes route and throw some of this into something they're eating or drinking. I'm sure you could set up some recording device to get their reaction.

u/muhaski · 1 pointr/hotsauce

How about these non-extract capsaicin drops. It's not extract, and advertises "Add to any food that needs heat without changing the flavor."

u/UncreativeTeam · 1 pointr/todayilearned

Sriracha Mayonnaise, however, is delicious.

u/RedSquirrelFtw · 1 pointr/funny

You know instead of spitting, what would be really fun is to get some ridiculous hot sauce, like this, and just mix it in with the food. Great for a chili or other tempting to steal meal.

Oh and add laxative to it too!

u/Milamber310 · 1 pointr/hotsauce

Secret Aardvark you can buy in jugs from Amazon.
Secret Aardvark Habanero Hot Sauce (Half Gallon)

u/3kindsofsalt · 1 pointr/hotsauce

Oh I meant in restaurants.

For home solutions, this is the way to go

u/geep4sale · 0 pointsr/hotsauce

This is what I believe to be the hottest product that refers to itself as an actual sauce rather than an extract or ect. The Source Hot Sauce, 7.1 Million Scoville Units

u/GI_X_JACK · 0 pointsr/newjersey

you can make your own.

Just get some weapons grade hot sauce(anything over 3 million scolville units is basically mace), and put it in a squirt bottle.

>7 million SVU

>5 million SVU

fuck dude.

u/My_Ex_Got_Fat · 0 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Definitely did, felt really bad :( if I really wanted to be a dick I'd of used this stuff! But I only use that for myself and a few friends and always with fair warning!

u/whitedsepdivine · 0 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

Totally wrong. Eat an apple, almost instant relief from the pain.

At 2 million+ milk only helps 5-10% of the heat.

Source: I own a bottle of of 9 million scoville unit extract and it is almost half empty.

u/Zombie_Lover · -2 pointsr/hotsauce

Tabasco is hotter. And it's available by the gallon for $40.95gal. They also have Tabasco Habanero in gallon jugs for $46.75gal. Tapatio has a good flavor, but as far as heat goes, it isn't very hot at all.