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  • Tabasco Mild Jalapeno - Chillis Galore Forums
    a relatively uncomplex flavour no onion or garlic not always keen on etc This in my opinion makes it good and adaptable in lots of settings adding a little sharpness and moderate heat good with falafels egg and cheese on toast houmous a host of normal things doesn t add too much distorting charcter Anyhow Lidl have the original and this in whilst stocks last for 1 19 I wonder if it s too mild for me but ok for a quid I will try The bottle is green the sauce as far as I can see is fairly palid Again very simple ingredients has a little maize startch and Xanthan gum over the original and is a little thicker Quite nice obviously not very hot at all probably my mum would find this perfect but the extra body is nice and I like the additional green chlorophyllic complexity of the Jalapenos I ll probably stick with original in most settings just for the extra kick but always nice to try something else Top Flamethrower Seedling Posts 41 Joined Mon Jul 20 2015 4 52 pm Re Tabasco Mild Jalapeno Quote Post by Flamethrower Thu Aug 06 2015 9 10 pm This is really good as a salad dressing getting through it very quick so quite expensive as a mild sauce with a subtle flavour but got a new sauce that might be just right for my needs so another reviewing coming Top Leif Chilli Head Posts 312 Joined Mon Jun 08 2009 1 14 pm Location UK Contact Contact Leif Website Re Tabasco Mild Jalapeno Quote Post by Leif Fri Jan 08 2016 6 21 pm This is nice but too mild so it works out rather expensive Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days

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  • Patak's Chilli pickle - Chillis Galore Forums
    not sure why but can only assume the next person along assumed there was one sick puppy about eitherway I have brand loyality to Pataks as far as pickles go lime and mango are others I buy on occassion I am very interested in authentic Indian cusine and this highlights a point I made in the Tabasco review I like this pickle but it wouldn t work in many contexts the place I have usually used it is with a home cooked Indian meal I have successfully mixed a small quanitity in on a unsalted unsweetened peanut butter sandwich but usually on the side of a Indian or a little to finish off the basmati rice Ingredients as follows Chilli pepper 49 vegetable oil salt ginger mustard fenugreek spices acetic acid citric acid The ginger isn t very obvious if you don t know it s there I am sure you would note it s absence of course the mustard and fenugreek are more prominent along with the sharp vinegary edge and the strong saltiness I think I might find it over salty with a shop bought curry at home it matches the wider and sometimes lighter palette of flavours I can explore in this cusine over anglicised more generic curry I do find this quite addictive though I often dip the point of a knife into the jar and pick out bits of green chilli and just nibble them just for that salty sour hot hit and chilli texture Top simon04 Chilli Head Posts 53 Joined Tue Mar 12 2013 10 41 pm Location Wiltshire Contact Contact simon04 Website Facebook Google Twitter YouTube Re Patak s Chilli pickle Quote Post by simon04 Sat Nov 21 2015 10 22 pm Funny how some pickles can be so disappointing Top Display

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  • ChilliWizards - Ghost Pepper Naga Jolokia Chilli Mash - Chillis Galore Forums
    as you d expect it tastes of Naga Jolokia chillis Slightly sweet and smoky with a deep thorough heat that you can enjoy for hours after you ve eaten It s strong enough that you re not going to be using enough of it for the salt and vinegar to be a problem unlike with other sauces Storage I ve had 2 orders from them by now The first batch I seperated into 3 jars and kept them in the fridge They each kept well for a good few I was concerned it might have lost heat over time but after getting through half of a fresh litre in a couple of weeks it looks like the apparent loss of heat was just due to increased tolerance For the second batch they ve moved to a narrower bottle and I m confident that it ll last at least a month in the fridge without any issues Value Excellent For a similar price to the hottest sauces available you get a whole litre instead of those little 100 ml bottles and with none of the additives or extracts As a word of caution if you re new to hot chillis don t be tempted to try a spoonful of this neat If you ignore this warning then don t do it on an empty stomach As with all chillis the heat in the mouth fades after 5 10 mins but there s not a whole lot you can do apart from wait as the heat passes through your digestive system I hope this helps someone who might have similar requirements If anyone knows of a more cost effective way to buy this sort of heat then I ll be interested in hearing from you Top simon04 Chilli Head Posts 53 Joined

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  • Mahi Bhut Jolokia sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    mixed spices contains mustard I ve stated elsewhere I like a fairly simple sauce for adaptability and this looked good and reasonably priced Review So what from a sauce made with the worlds hottest peppars and with a sign with 5 chillies and x HOT well in truth I don t think it s that hot and of course the BJ is only 5 the rest some unspecified peppars it adds some pep but nothing challenging for a chilli nut job Apart from that I really like this and have already bought another it is working very well in every context whilst having some flavour and thickness over the tabasco I have in I did get bought a very hot specialist chilli sauce that was a bit too onion for me hense my want for simplicity I can t guess at what all the spices may be but it does seem to me and my GF that spices include a little onion but it is subtle enough and balanced certainly in context so alls well I might have the sauce bug now so may well be trying others Top Flamethrower Seedling Posts 41 Joined Mon Jul 20 2015 4 52 pm Re Mahi Bhut Jolokia sauce Quote Post by Flamethrower Sat Sep 05 2015 8 40 pm Forgot to add in this review there is slight sweetness to this but no sugar etc so all from the chillies ripeness I guessThis is certainly my go to sauce now I know why some don t like tabasco although it still serves in many places but this is much better probably won t buy any more tabasco too wet vinegary this is much richer and fuller without all the other possible flavours many sauces add Top Display posts from previous All posts

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  • Heinz Habanero Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    Encona not hot horribly sweet most of them or vinegary and salty Go to a West Indian shop and the place will have loads of excellent sauces I am sick of these pretentious sauces in the shops which claim to be hot with fancy labels but they have 5 chilli huge amounts of sugar thickener and so on Most of the makers do not know what they are doing And I have also tried many of the very hot sauces such as Da Bomb and most are vile with bad flavour and they make me physically sick The Heinz sauce is actually not so bad compared to the competition in Sainsburys as it has some heat and I don t find the spirit vinegar intrusive It can be used to add heat to a home made salsa I suspect there is some snobbery at work here But any decent West Indian sauce knocks it for six such as Baron or Busha Browne And if you live in a big city or somewhere like Luton you should be able to get some Top phillyb86 Hot Head Posts 903 Joined Tue Dec 01 2009 2 21 pm Location Durham Re Heinz Habanero Sauce Quote Post by phillyb86 Thu May 23 2013 10 07 pm I haven t tried it yet I m a fan of the trees can t dance flamin lips sauce which is 13 habanero They are grown on a farm in haltwhistle Northumberland Can be bought in tesco Top TJWest Re Heinz Habanero Sauce Quote Post by TJWest Wed Feb 12 2014 1 37 pm I like the sauce and keep it in my fridge though it is not very hot I would say 3 10 A bit vinegary but not nearly as much as tabasco and tastes great on grilled sausage I mix it with Dijon Mustard Top Leif Chilli Head Posts 312 Joined Mon Jun 08 2009 1 14 pm Location UK Contact Contact Leif Website Re Heinz Habanero Sauce Quote Post by Leif Sun Apr 20 2014 10 53 pm phillyb86 wrote I haven t tried it yet I m a fan of the trees can t dance flamin lips sauce which is 13 habanero They are grown on a farm in haltwhistle Northumberland Can be bought in tesco I think they went bust Nice flavour much better than Heinz but expensive Top Miko Seedling Posts 9 Joined Mon Mar 30 2009 1 58 pm Location Yorkshire Coast U K Re Heinz Habanero Sauce Quote Post by Miko Thu Jul 17 2014 12 10 pm Leif wrote phillyb86 wrote I haven t tried it yet I m a fan of the trees can t dance flamin lips sauce which is 13 habanero They are grown on a farm in haltwhistle Northumberland Can be bought in tesco I think they went bust Apparently they are back link bought up by the people who make Phileas Fogg Crisps Top ChilliBadger Hot Head Posts 450 Joined Wed Mar 05

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  • Iguana En Fuego - Costa Rican Habanero Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    Post by chilliman64 Mon Jul 13 2015 9 44 pm nice post and pics what a great looking label one of the ingredients is pepper oleoresin that is extract so that is where your extra heat is coming from it looks nice I don t mind a sauce with a bit of pineapple etc in it might try to get some thanks Top scotchnaga85 Hot Head Posts 559 Joined Sat Apr 30 2011 8 51 pm Location Solent region England Re Iguana En Fuego Costa Rican Habanero Sauce Quote Post by scotchnaga85 Mon Jul 13 2015 10 41 pm chilliman64 wrote nice post and pics what a great looking label one of the ingredients is pepper oleoresin that is extract so that is where your extra heat is coming from it looks nice I don t mind a sauce with a bit of pineapple etc in it might try to get some thanks I did notice that when I first purchased the bottle but when I googled it I got something about black pepper so I naturally assumed it had black pepper extract I just re googled after reading your post and looked into it a little further lol I see it s the stuff used in pepper spray Yes the labels are pretty cool looking I think I bought 2 more today The jalapeño has very little heat the other is a creeper but not as hot as the first There is one other but I ve not purchased it and that s just a regular Habanero Top chilliman64 Moderator Posts 1424 Joined Sat Feb 24 2007 6 31 am Location Habanero City baby Sydney Australia Contact Contact chilliman64 Website Re Iguana En Fuego Costa Rican Habanero Sauce Quote Post by chilliman64 Tue Jul 14 2015 6 42 am

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  • Blair's Ultra Death Sauce, Dave's Insanity "Ghost Pepper" Sauce, Mad Dog 357 "Ghost Pepper" Hot Sauce - Chillis Galore Forums
    for the offer but I m looking to maximise Heat per Pound not minimise it Top craig Seedling Posts 16 Joined Mon Feb 16 2015 3 09 pm Re Blair s Ultra Death Sauce Dave s Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Quote Post by craig Tue Feb 17 2015 4 42 pm Leif wrote Encona uses acetic acid which gives an unpleasant taste many most other West Indian sauces are much nicer But I can t argue with your max Scovilles point I guess I am lucky I am happy with modest heat I recall trying a UK sauce might have been UK Chilli Farm Habanero sauce it was much hotter than most not cheap though and a small jar so maybe not up to your requirements Ever thought about rehab I m not sure I need rehab yet It s a complex subject but as far as I can tell lots of chilli in your diet has a positive health effect particularly because it reduces the need for salt fat and sugar to make food taste good Let me set a challenge I can buy net 1 05 kg of 1 1 Million SHU sauce for 56 47 so that s 48 9 MillionSHU KG Can anyone do better than that in terms of sauce pods flakes or powder I can find good deals on naga jolokia sauces by the gallon but I d rather not buy more than a kilo at once Last edited by craig on Tue Feb 17 2015 5 42 pm edited 2 times in total Top Ben123 Moderator Posts 1439 Joined Thu Jun 02 2011 12 50 pm Location Southport UK Re Blair s Ultra Death Sauce Dave s Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Quote Post by Ben123 Tue Feb 17 2015 5 42 pm You could maybe mix this stuff in with cheaper chilli sauce http www ebay co uk itm Best quality 259ff52499 1kg Oven Dried Naga Jolokia chilli Ghost Pepper Bhut Jolokia Powder for 50 gotta be a fair few million scovilles in that Never bought from them though so can vouch for their product Top craig Seedling Posts 16 Joined Mon Feb 16 2015 3 09 pm Re Blair s Ultra Death Sauce Dave s Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Quote Post by craig Tue Feb 17 2015 5 54 pm Ben123 wrote You could maybe mix this stuff in with cheaper chilli sauce http www ebay co uk itm Best quality 259ff52499 1kg Oven Dried Naga Jolokia chilli Ghost Pepper Bhut Jolokia Powder for 50 gotta be a fair few million scovilles in that Never bought from them though so can vouch for their product I don t know much about how the drying and powdering process concentrates capsaicin but it looks like an option It sounds a bit crazy but I m actually leaning towards the gallon of sauce idea after all http store davesgourmet com ProductDe Code DAGGP At 81 import costs for 4 5 kg it doesn t really matter if I don t get through it all It ll probably take about 6 months to eat it all how long should I expect it to last after it s opened Likewise does anyone have any experience of the shelf life of powder or flakes and how they lose heat over time Top Shep Chilli Head Posts 268 Joined Fri May 28 2010 5 17 pm Location West Midlands England Re Blair s Ultra Death Sauce Dave s Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Quote Post by Shep Tue Feb 17 2015 6 22 pm That s the going rate for those sauces unfortunately Bear in mind they re imported so that sometimes adds a bit and hotter sauces tend to cost more anyway Postage always bumps the price up on mail order If you put in and order over 100 with Hot Headz you can get free postage Otherwise find them at a festival Not exactly sure what you re after here though Is it just heat or heat with flavour Not a huge fan of Dave s stuff Some of the milder ones are ok but the extract kills the hotter ones for me Top Mustafa Chilli Chilli Head Posts 341 Joined Thu Aug 07 2014 12 17 pm Re Blair s Ultra Death Sauce Dave s Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Quote Post by Mustafa Chilli Tue Feb 17 2015 6 26 pm It ll probably take about 6 months to eat it all how long should I expect it to last after it s opened Shouldn t that be How long should YOU expect to last after it s opened Top craig Seedling Posts 16 Joined Mon Feb 16 2015 3 09 pm Re Blair s Ultra Death Sauce Dave s Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Quote Post by craig Tue Feb 17 2015 6 53 pm Shep wrote That s the going rate for those sauces unfortunately Bear in mind they re imported so that sometimes adds a bit and hotter sauces tend to cost more anyway Postage always bumps the price up on mail order If you put in and order over 100 with Hot Headz you can get free postage Otherwise find them at a festival Not exactly sure what you re after here though Is it just heat or heat with flavour Not a huge fan of Dave s stuff Some of the milder ones are ok but the extract kills the hotter ones for me I hear what you re saying regarding flavour Of the three I d prefer Blair s Typically I m mixing this in with Madras spices too so there s a lot of flavour there already A sauce that carries a lot of it s own flavour is

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  • Blair's Ultra Death Sauce, Dave's Insanity "Ghost Pepper" Sauce, Mad Dog 357 "Ghost Pepper" Hot Sauce - Page 2 - Chillis Galore Forums
    get no where near the schovilles they re quoting Maybe give them a ring to clarify but it seems a bit cheap to be true Also says in the description they re blended with natural citric acid but the ingredients list acetic acid Maybe it s a copy paste error but worth clarifying Top craig Seedling Posts 16 Joined Mon Feb 16 2015 3 09 pm Re Blair s Ultra Death Sauce Dave s Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Quote Post by craig Wed Feb 18 2015 7 25 pm Ben123 wrote They list this as ghost peppers but then say they re capsicum annuum which ghost peppers are not Annuums typically get no where near the schovilles they re quoting Maybe give them a ring to clarify but it seems a bit cheap to be true Also says in the description they re blended with natural citric acid but the ingredients list acetic acid Maybe it s a copy paste error but worth clarifying Well spotted Each of their mashes has the same errors I think it s probably safe to say that there s no citric acid involved and that Capsicum Annnum was pasted in error from their Cayenne pepper mash to the other descriptions Top Ben123 Moderator Posts 1439 Joined Thu Jun 02 2011 12 50 pm Location Southport UK Re Blair s Ultra Death Sauce Dave s Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Quote Post by Ben123 Wed Feb 18 2015 9 03 pm If it s legit that s a lot of heat for the price Top craig Seedling Posts 16 Joined Mon Feb 16 2015 3 09 pm Re Blair s Ultra Death Sauce Dave s Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Quote Post by craig Wed Feb 18 2015 10 09 pm Ben123 wrote If it s legit that s a lot of heat for the price Yeah looks exactly like what I m looking for No extracts or unecessary additives involved either Aside from growing my own I m not going to do any better They deliver free via their ebay store front too so I ll just try out a litre for starters It should last me over a month and gets my chilli budget under 50p per day I ll try to remember to post up a review after I ve given it a run out Thanks to everyone who posted up ideas Top TheLargeOne Chilli Head Posts 264 Joined Sat Sep 03 2011 10 33 pm Location Taunton Somerset Contact Contact TheLargeOne Website Twitter Re Blair s Ultra Death Sauce Dave s Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Quote Post by TheLargeOne Sun Feb 22 2015 9 33 pm Mash is vile stuff The Americans use it a lot in their sauces and is way too salty Top ronniedeb Chilli Guru Posts 3140 Joined Fri Sep 02 2011

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