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  • Sauce (Reviews Only) - Page 5 - Chillis Galore Forums
    1 2 by Darlochileman Sat Jul 05 2008 1 32 pm 25 Replies 2811 Views Last post by Darlochileman View the latest post Tue Apr 21 2009 7 30 pm The Hippyseedco reviews The Devils Tongue Jerk sauce Last post by Novacastrian Thu Apr 09 2009 12 45 am Replies 2 by stillmanz Sun Aug 31 2008 4 08 pm 2 Replies 786 Views Last post by Novacastrian View the latest post Thu Apr 09 2009 12 45 am Edible Ornamentals Pure Heat Chile sauce Last post by Wilf Sat Mar 14 2009 8 29 pm Replies 6 by Chilli Wed Mar 11 2009 9 49 pm 6 Replies 1156 Views Last post by Wilf View the latest post Sat Mar 14 2009 8 29 pm The Hippyseedco reviews The Naga and Fatalii Sambal Last post by stillmanz Fri Jan 09 2009 9 35 pm Replies 3 by stillmanz Sun Aug 31 2008 11 01 pm 3 Replies 851 Views Last post by stillmanz View the latest post Fri Jan 09 2009 9 35 pm Display topics from previous All Topics 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time

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  • Encona Hot Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    and ones that have no flavour balance is perfect here Top mattydeakin Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by mattydeakin Thu Feb 24 2011 9 50 am silvercue wrote this is my fav shop bought hot sauce It has great flavour and will spice up any sarny burger soup etc I hate the stupid mega heat sauces and ones that have no flavour balance is perfect here Try Marie Sharps sauces Top silvercue Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by silvercue Thu Feb 24 2011 5 50 pm mattydeakin wrote silvercue wrote this is my fav shop bought hot sauce It has great flavour and will spice up any sarny burger soup etc I hate the stupid mega heat sauces and ones that have no flavour balance is perfect here Try Marie Sharps sauces Will do Top Leif Chilli Head Posts 312 Joined Mon Jun 08 2009 1 14 pm Location UK Contact Contact Leif Website Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by Leif Thu Apr 14 2011 1 33 pm I think there are better West Indian sauces though this is the well known one Baron are good though it uses artificial colour and Busha Browne is nice slightly sweet due to the use of cane vinegar and all natural ingredients I ve seen it at Waitrose Top ickyan Chilli Head Posts 130 Joined Thu Nov 10 2011 6 59 pm Location Midlands UK Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by ickyan Thu Nov 17 2011 3 58 pm danmon 81 wrote 76p in Home Bargains Where I am that is the price for the 220ml 50 extra free Would have bought a load if it did not contain modified cornstarch Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by Slyboy Sun Jan 15 2012 6 34 pm First post so please be gentle with me I have been growing chillis the las few years and only just found this forum what have I been doing Anyway couldn t believe there is a thread to this sauce as it is by far my favourite shop bought chilli sauce I must get through 10 bottles of the stuff a year and that s on top of my own chilli sauce I have been making I would be interested if anyone has a recipe to make this type of sauce from scratch I am growing scotch bonnets fatalii and habeneros this year so should have the right chillis it s the rest of it I m struggling with Cheers David Top mattydeakin Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by mattydeakin Tue Jan 17 2012 11 23 am I still can t believe there is still a thread to Encona hot sauce There are 1000 s of hot sauces available and hundreds that are similar to Encona but a hell of a lot better You just have to do a bit of research Top silvercue Re Encona

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  • Encona Hot Sauce - Page 2 - Chillis Galore Forums
    Chilli Guru Posts 1489 Joined Tue Sep 17 2013 9 49 pm Location Bristol UK Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by JezzerBell Fri Nov 01 2013 8 41 am Whatever its cost this sauce is definitely not good value for you then Wurge Top wurge Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by wurge Fri Nov 01 2013 9 26 am JezzerBell wrote Whatever its cost this sauce is definitely not good value for you then Wurge Haha no I can see why people like it but just not for me Top Ben123 Moderator Posts 1439 Joined Thu Jun 02 2011 12 50 pm Location Southport UK Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by Ben123 Fri Nov 01 2013 10 20 am wurge wrote JezzerBell wrote Whatever its cost this sauce is definitely not good value for you then Wurge Haha no I can see why people like it but just not for me I love this stuff It s kind of what fueled my chilli lust I d always liked spicy food but I was brought back a bottle of hot sauce from mexico by my sister It tasted amazing nothing like the usual hot sauce or chillis I d bought from the supermarket So I finished it up mostly slathered on egg butties and was distraught I bought a load of hot sauces from the supermarket trying to find the flavour and finally found it with the West Indian sauces I think it was the Econa brand I didn t know about the different tastes different Capsicum species had till I joined this site and found out it s the chinense taste I love annums fructescens being my only previous experience Top Daytrader Hot Head Posts 735 Joined Fri Jul 23 2010 7 12 pm Location Trowbridge Wiltshire Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by Daytrader Fri Nov 01 2013 12 14 pm I like it i use on salads to heat up Top JezzerBell Chilli Guru Posts 1489 Joined Tue Sep 17 2013 9 49 pm Location Bristol UK Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by JezzerBell Wed Nov 06 2013 9 54 pm Used a spoonful of this in a spag bol that the wife I consumed this evening Gotta say I m pretty impressed with the rich spicy flavour this added to the meal Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by Slyboy Thu Nov 07 2013 5 29 pm I m glad I m not the only one who likes it I got shot down in flames when I said it was nice Now I make my own version of it Top wurge Re Encona Hot Sauce Quote Post by wurge Thu Nov 07 2013 7 11 pm Slyboy wrote I m glad I m not the only one who likes it I got shot down in flames when I said it was nice Now I make my

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  • Tropical Sun Scotch Bonnet Sauce: very tasty - Chillis Galore Forums
    08 2016 6 14 pm This is a traditional West Indian pepper sauce made with lots of pepper brewed vinegar a small amount of sugar and some maize starch as thickener Unfortunately there is some potassium sorbate as preservative but by all accounts it is harmless Put simply this stuff rocks It is hot by West Indian sauce standards but not mad hot and the flavour is absolutely gorgeous Here are details from the maker http www tropicalsunfoods com product sauce html And the good news is you can get it from supermarkets at a modest price about 1 50 and I think I bought mine from Waitrose Top Leif Chilli Head Posts 312 Joined Mon Jun 08 2009 1 14 pm Location UK Contact Contact Leif Website Re Tropical Sun Scotch Bonnet Sauce very tasty Quote Post by Leif Thu Mar 17 2016 6 33 pm After getting through a bottle a week for many weeks I ve realised that this sauce gives me chronic wind I wonder if it is the potassium sorbate Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post

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  • Mr Naga chilli pickle. - Chillis Galore Forums
    Jun 02 2009 2 31 pm Location Jersey Channel Islands Re Mr Naga chilli pickle Quote Post by chilli sam Thu Nov 01 2012 3 33 pm There are a few Indian restaurants near me who have Naga currys on their recipe The first time I tried it I was amazed that they could get the flavour of the naga come through without too much heat 2 of the restaurants then gave me vague descriptions of how they make the naga pickle then use it for the curry I asked to try some pickle and it was just Mr Naga The 3rd restaurant was honest and brought out the jar That s the one I go back to now Top Wilf Admin Posts 167 Joined Sun Mar 14 2004 3 22 pm Location Wettest Coldest Norfolk Re Mr Naga chilli pickle Quote Post by Wilf Sun Nov 04 2012 8 06 pm chilli sam wrote There are a few Indian restaurants near me who have Naga currys on their recipe I m sure the ones near us use this pickle a well a spoonful of this and they bump up the price as if its something special you can certainly pick up the smell of this pickle quite easily once its been used I asked in one of the restaurants if they used fresh pods and he suddenly didnt understand English very well Its still a good pickle very distinct flavour I like to add it to channa dahl dishes Top ronniedeb Chilli Guru Posts 3140 Joined Fri Sep 02 2011 10 31 am Location Galway Ireland Re Mr Naga chilli pickle Quote Post by ronniedeb Thu Dec 27 2012 9 00 pm Just tried this for the first time recently Good stuff but you re right Nagaz not too hot Expected it to be a lot hotter Top ChilliBadger Hot Head Posts 450 Joined Wed Mar 05 2014 1 52 pm Location Derbyshire UK Re Mr Naga chilli pickle Quote Post by ChilliBadger Wed Jun 04 2014 11 08 pm Just perusing through some old threads spotted this A year or so ago I took a sample of a few fresh chillis down to one of me locals the landlord popped upstairs then re appeared with handed me a jar of Mr Naga which seemed like a good trade I m sure he told me where he d got them from but alas several fine ales had been consumed I literally scoop out about a half a teaspoon max add to a curry along with a fresh Scotch Bonnet a few ground dried cayennes a few splashes from random hot sauce bottles lying around it s not the heat as such but the achrid pungent smell taste it gives the sauce a lovely oily texture I reckon i ve used about a third of that small jar Good stuff Looking forward to getting some fresh choc bhut jols whacked in there Top ChilliBadger Hot Head Posts 450 Joined Wed

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  • Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    green one s disgusting it s like the gunk you see on kids TV shows Top mattydeakin Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by mattydeakin Fri Apr 23 2010 10 42 am Looks like the incredible hulks spunk donation Top Badger Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by Badger Fri Apr 23 2010 12 08 pm cherrybomb wrote is that the dilita sauce worst ever total sh t That s the one Couldn t remember the name maybe my brain just wanted to block out the horror I can t even walk past them now without shuddering An invention of Satan if ever there was one Dave s right don t waste your money If you get desperate just whap a load of chilli powder in a bottle of ketchup At least it will be edible Top Badger Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by Badger Fri Apr 23 2010 12 10 pm mattydeakin wrote Looks like the incredible hulks spunk donation Nice one Matty now I ll laugh every time I see it instead of wanting to chunder Top Godfarter Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by Godfarter Fri Apr 30 2010 10 26 am The real value of nandos is that it gets people interested in and talking about chillis Top chilliman64 Moderator Posts 1424 Joined Sat Feb 24 2007 6 31 am Location Habanero City baby Sydney Australia Contact Contact chilliman64 Website Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by chilliman64 Fri Jun 11 2010 10 33 am a good sauce for those that get hot flushes from jalapenos or get a sweat from sweet chilli sauce too much vinegar too runny not extra extra hot either 3 10 Top chilliman64 Moderator Posts 1424 Joined Sat Feb 24 2007 6 31 am Location Habanero City baby Sydney Australia Contact Contact chilliman64 Website Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by chilliman64 Fri Jun 11 2010 10 35 am Godfarter wrote The real value of nandos is that it gets people interested in and talking about chillis forgot to mention I agree with you GF anything that creates chilli newbies is definitely a good thing it s so much fun watching them eat habs hehehe Top Bradley1984 Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by Bradley1984 Fri Jun 11 2010 10 38 am chilliman64 wrote a good sauce for those that get hot flushes from jalapenos or get a sweat from sweet chilli sauce too much vinegar too runny not extra extra hot either 3 10 Me then Top chilliman64 Moderator Posts 1424 Joined Sat Feb 24 2007 6 31 am Location Habanero City baby Sydney Australia Contact Contact chilliman64 Website Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by chilliman64 Fri Jun 11 2010 10 57 am Bradley1984 wrote chilliman64 wrote a good sauce for those that get hot flushes

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  • Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce - Page 3 - Chillis Galore Forums
    supermarket brand labelled as hot to actually be hot Seems that the supermarkets think that all their customers are wusses or at least the majority are wusses and they don t want to burn them So to get your brand in the supermarket you have to label it according to the wussy supermarket definition of hot which makes it remarkable that Tesco s are stocking Dave s insanity ghost pepper ranges maybe some supermarkets are starting to get it the hottest supermarket sauce I ve had is the Tabasco Habanero Sauce Top Rosh Chilli Head Posts 80 Joined Mon Jun 22 2015 11 18 pm Location Surrey Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by Rosh Mon Aug 17 2015 12 34 pm The nandos extra extra hot is one of the most disappointing sauces I ve tasted The flavour itself isn t too bad but it really doesn t pack much heat Any time I m at nandos I start off with the XXH but after a few minutes I m always reaching for the Garlic and Herb because flavour wise it is just much nicer 3 10 Top Garranath Seedling Posts 16 Joined Sun Jan 10 2016 11 54 am Location Hampshire Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by Garranath Fri Jan 15 2016 11 15 pm I tried that sauce both in Nandos and at home I thought the taste was okay didnt make me want it with any and all food More for foods that need that little extra kick As for the Heat it was like eating a 150 000 SHU chilli about I did use a lot of the sauce when i used it didnt last me very long Top Display posts from previous All posts 1

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  • Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce - Page 2 - Chillis Galore Forums
    version from Sainsbury s and really like it It ain t that hot but tastes great I find that when I eat at Nando s their hottest sauce is actually the garlic piri one I make my own using scotch bonnets You can imagine the kick that gives Top Maniac Chilli Head Posts 59 Joined Mon Nov 17 2008 5 10 pm Location Dublin Republic of Ireland Contact Contact Maniac WLM Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by Maniac Tue Nov 16 2010 12 39 pm I just had lunch at work we decided to judge the two Nando s sauces with my work colleague Nando s Extra Hot Peri Peri Sauce X Nando s Extra Extra Hot Peri Peri Sauce XX Taste wise they are almost the same the XX has a bit more cayenne taste to it while the X seems to be more citrusy Heat wise the X seems hotter the burn is not too strong but quite nice and heats the whole mouth while the XX gives a more burning sensation on your tounge and throat If you expect Extra Hotness you will be disappointed Taste wise they are both nice with grilled chicken or fish and might work well as a marinade Very citrusy and quite sharp but no overpowering vinegar like in some caribbean sauces Don t think those two would be a nice goes with everything sauce Worth a try if you don t have to pay for the whole bottle Not really to my pallate Overall rating for both sauces 6 10 Top maddogchilli Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by maddogchilli Sat Dec 18 2010 6 43 pm I eat nando sauce with mostly everything Top cherrybomb Hot Head Posts 443 Joined Fri Jul 31 2009 11 41 pm Location kilmarnock scotland Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by cherrybomb Sun Dec 19 2010 12 11 am i went into a Nando s the other day Glasgow walked out it was full probably of folk thinking they were gonna taste the hottest food they d ever eaten prob ever will so went to the German Christmas market instead fried potatoes with ham onions sauerkraut spit roasted pork must admit it s the first time i ve missed a chilli based meal absolutely wonderful or should that be wunderbar there was loadsa food all for 6 50 Top xtine Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by xtine Sat Mar 05 2011 8 42 pm i like the flaver of the nandos sauces an have been given them all but yeah extra extra hot is mild in my book Top MightyGusset Re Nandos extra extra hot Peri Peri Sauce Quote Post by MightyGusset Sat Mar 05 2011 9 58 pm Miko wrote Have you ever known a supermarket brand labelled as hot to actually be hot Seems that the supermarkets think that all their customers are wusses

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