Ring of Fire Habanero Hot Sauce Review
Ring of Fire Habanero Hot Sauce – This is a beautifully crafted sauce. Tomato, onions, habanero chiles, garlic, Serrano chiles, and an assortment of spices make up the ingredient base of Ring of Fire. While that isn’t a lot of ingredients to work with, it’s all we need to put this sauce on the map. The balance of flavors at work here are enough to bring a gourmet taste to anything you use the sauce with. The ingredients themselves, while limited, boast the two peppers that help give Ring of Fire Habanero Hot Sauce a punch pepper taste. All of the ingredients are distributed throughout a medium-pour sauce in big chunks that add the perfect texture.
This original version of Ring of Fire is hot. Not so hot that you’ll be in pain, but hot enough to please anyone who enjoys a kick with his cuisine. Ring of Fire doesn’t neglect taste for the fire, though. There’s a savory flavor at work here that makes this sauce one I wouldn’t mind eating straight from the bottle.
I started with a plate of spaghetti. Nothing like a good plate of spaghetti with a big salad and a couple of pieces of cheesy, buttery garlic bread. Unlike the traditional Italian way of serving this stuff, I like to give it a heat flare. I usually chop fresh habaneros in my sauce, or sometimes jalapenos. I found that by adding Ring of Fire Habanero Hot Sauce to my basic spaghetti sauce, though, I could skip the pepper-chopping altogether and still give my sauce a beautiful kick that gives spaghetti a whole different perspective. This is, in fact, now one of my favorite ways to add some character to my spaghetti meals.
Ring of Fire Habanero Hot Sauce also works as a steak sauce. It’s perfect for dipping medium rare pieces of T-bone or ribeye. The bits of ingredient in the sauce cling to the meat and add a nice textural touch to the extremely pleasing flavor.
If you want a hot sauce that performs well under a lot of conditions and delivers awesome flavor, Ring of Fire Habanero Hot Saucel is for you.
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