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Homemade Vietnamese Hot Chili Sauce Recipe

We know about your love affair with chili peppers and how hot you love your food.  It is no secret to us.  With that said, we also know how much you love trying new spicy flavors on your food.  When it comes to Asian food, some of the spiciest peppers and sauces are the simplest ones.  Here is a recipe that you may want to try for some Homemade Vietnamese Hot Chili Sauce that may knock your socks off.

If you do make this, make sure to handle the chili peppers with gloves on so that you prevent skin irritation or … Continue Reading

Homemade Bacon Hot Sauce Recipe

As the weather heats up so do the kitchens which sends more and more people out to the backyard BBQ’s to cook.  The demand for unique and delicious ways and recipes to cook on grills is high.

This is a great recipe for all of your summer family cookouts and backyard barbecues when you want to grill up some burgers, but at the same time want something a little different with some spicy heat.  Burgers are a great choice for barbequing and this one is delicious!    If you are serving children, you may want to reserve the chili peppers inside the … Continue Reading

Habanero Hot Pepper Sauce Recipe

The Habanero pepper is favorite choice of many pepper lovers because of its delicate fruity and almost citrus flavor. It has a decent heat level that brings a lot of flavor but nothing that is going to scorch you. It normally registers between 200,000-300,000 on the SHU. Hot sauce made from the Habanero has good flavor and here is a recipe that really enhances the fruit flavor of the pepper along with orange.

This recipe will be great for dipping or making some awesome wings. Give it a try. This is a super easy recipe to make so you can be … Continue Reading

Cafe Louisiane Hotter ‘n Hell Hot Sauce

Hot Sauces have been flavoring American meats for hundreds of years.  Each area of the country has their favorite way of making their hot sauces and BBQ sauces and folks get very particular about the way a sauce is made and enjoyed. Cafe Louisiane Hotter ‘n Hell Hot Sauce has a lot of history surrounding their popular hot sauce.

This famous Hot Sauce was created by Arthur “Popie” Devillier over 100 years ago, around in 1893 to be exact, from a family recipe. Enjoyed for those 100 years by friends and family, the sauce was finally bottled for commercial use and sold to the public in 1992 and then resold to a company called Cafe Companies, Inc. in 1994. It is now packaged and sold under the brand name of Cafe Louisiane Hotter ‘N Hell Hot Sauce.

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Smoked Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

Hot Peppers and smoky flavors seem to go hand in hand and yet it is sometime difficult to find a good smoked pepper hot sauce.  The smoke pepper flavor is delicious in soups and stews and even in salsa too.  Here is an easy recipe that you can bring together quickly for your next Mexican or Tex Mex dish.

Smoked Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

Part 1
4 small Habanero peppers, finely chopped and seeds/membranes removed
1/2 cup onions, finely chopped
1 tablespoon olive or vegetable oil

Place the above 3 ingredients into a container and roast on your barbecue or indoor grill or place the above … Continue Reading

Pepper and Veggie Kabobs

When it comes to grilling some homemade kabobs, any type of pepper is a great choice for your kabobs. You will need to purchase either wooden skewers or metal skewers to thread your food one for cooking.  If you purchase wooden ones, make sure you soak them in water before using so that they don’t catch on fire during the grilling process.

The great thing about making Kabob’s is that you put anything type you like on the skewers.  Just make sure that they food is cut into like sizes so that grilling process is even and they all can cook … Continue Reading

Westlow’s Bonney Pepper Sauce

If you like trying different and interesting pepper sauce flavors, then I have one for you today.  Westlow’s Bonney Pepper Sauce is made in Barbados, West Indies by a blend of ripe Bonney peppers, onions, mustard flour, wheat flour, salt, sugar, tumeric & vinegar. The sauce is a mustard yellow color and not red like traditional hot sauces.

This Bonney hot pepper sauce has a very distinct aroma and a very distinct flavor and is unlike most other hot pepper sauces found in North America. This pepper sauce is fantastic with chicken, fish and egg dishes and makes a great condiment … Continue Reading

People Want to Know – What Do You Use Hot Pepper Sauce In?

Hot Pepper Sauce is very versatile and can be used in many dishes.  If you are stuck in a rut, we are going to give you a few ideas on how you can use your favorite hot sauce to kick up the heat in your favorite dishes. People want to know… what foods do you use hot pepper sauce in?  Check out these ideas.

  • Put a few teaspoons of hot sauce in your favorite stove-top or slow cooker chili recipe.
  • Try a few drops or teaspoonfuls in your favorite taco, enchilada or burrito recipe.
  • If you love a breakfast with a … Continue Reading

Winning Habanero Hot Sauce Recipe

While we all like and enjoy various brands of bottled hot sauce some of us are looking to make our own hot sauce at home. If you are a lover of Habanero peppers, then this pepper sauce recipe is one you are going to want to try.  We think is pretty easy to make and is sure to score some points with your family and friends for taste.

2 cloves fresh garlic, minced
1/2 cup onion, finely diced
1 1/2 cups tomatoes, finely chopped
1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
1 large chili pepper, finely chopped
2 large Habanero peppers, finely chopped
1/2 cup white vinegar (plain vinegar)
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Wicked Cactus Sauce Head Hunter’s Paradise Hot Sauce Review

Spot a bottle of this Wicked Cactus sauce up on the shelf, pull it down, and boom! You’re sucked in by the time you finish reading the first line on the label.  While the aesthetically pleasing label and bold, assertive typeface don’t hurt its cause, it’s the deep, pigmented color of the sauce on the other side of the glass that will initially catch your attention.

Once you find yourself cracking beyond the safety seal and pouring a generous helping of the sauce onto your eggs (mine were scrambled with mushrooms and onion), you’ll next notice its salsa-like consistency and appreciate the flecks of spices dotting the liquid.  And upon lifting a bit of smothered eggs to your mouth, you’ll discover that the sauce has an unusually wonderful, thick texture and a bold, smoky taste. Continue Reading

Spanish Red Pepper Sauce Recipe

Here is a great recipe for Spanish Red Pepper Sauce which makes a great sauce for just about any pasta dish you may be thinking about making. It is also a great sauce to pour over some cooked breaded veal cutlets too or try it in your favorite homemade meatloaf recipe to give your meatloaf a nice Spanish flavor.

Spanish Red Pepper Sauce Recipe

5 large red peppers
4 tablespoons olive oil
14 oz. can red tomato sauce
1/4 cup of finely diced onion
3 tablespoons heavy whipping cream
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with a … Continue Reading

Buddha Bill’s Peach Habanero Hot Sauce Review

Buddha Bill’s Tequila Lime Hot Sauce is a recent discovery and a favorite of mine. That’s why I was surprised and happy as hell to see Buddha Bill’s Peach Habanero Hot Sauce. I really love shaken’ those peaches, especially with my hot sauces, so I opened this one with a big grin on my face, ready to enjoy the fruit and heat combination. I didn’t expect the heat to be too intense, of course, since most of the peach and pepper combos I’ve had the pleasure of ingesting are usually quite mild. While Buddha Bill’s Peach Habanero Hot Sauce is by no means one of those sauces that will make you blow fire from the rear exit, it is quite a bit warmer than most other peach and pepper combinations I’ve had the pleasure of sampling. Peaches, orange habanero peppers, apple cider vinegar, orange juice, and brown sugar are the ingredients that come together in this beautifully crafted peach-colored sauce. Pour some on a spoon and take a taste to get the full effect before combining it with anything else. Continue Reading

Bee Sting Honey ‘n’ Habanero Pepper Sauce Review

Two of my favorite combinations are sweet and heat.Honey is one of the finest ingredients you can combine with peppers to give you this exquisite combination. Short of walking into a hive full of bees, Bee Sting Honey ‘n’ Habanero Hot Sauce is one of the best ways to get the taste of honey with the bite of a habanero pepper. My first impulse when I twist the cap off this stuff is to pour it on a spoon and take it straight. In fact, this sauce is excellent (not kidding here) for someone who has a cold. Forget the cough syrup. Bee Sting Honey ‘n’ Habanero soothes the throat and helps open the sinus cavities and it tastes a lot better than cough syrup. I wouldn’t lie to you. This isn’t something I could make up. There’s another way I use this sauce. I started by accident. It makes a great pancake syrup. The honey provides the sweetness you expect from a pancake syrup and the habaneros give your cakes a nice little kick. Continue Reading

Super Hot Wing Sauce Recipe

For all of you die hard chicken wings fans, we know you like your wings Hot!  Some of you like them super hot so we came up with a recipe that will satisfy the burning desire for some delicious chicken wings with an easy to create Super Hot Wing Sauce Recipe

This recipe is used strictly for making hot and spicy chicken wings and trust us…it is hot!


12 oz. bottle red hot sauce
1/2 cup to 3/4 cup butter (not margarine)
2 teaspoons fresh lime juice
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 medium onion, minced or finely chopped
1 tablespoon mustard powder
2 Jalapeno peppers (seeds … Continue Reading

Hot Sauce Dangers

Some people have questioned whether hot sauce or the hot peppers can be a danger to you. Peppers as a whole are not dangerous to you. They have plenty of vitamins and health benefits.  What can get to you is the Capsaicin. Capsaicin is potent oil, but there is no medical evidence that it is unhealthy for your body by consuming it in a sauce or in your food.

The effect you can get from this oil that is harmful to you is the burning from the oil found in very hot peppers like Habaneros, Ghost Peppers … Continue Reading

Habanero Pepper Salad Dressing Recipe

Salads and lettuce can be a bland, tasteless vegetable without the addition of some flavoring and spice to your dish.  Some lettuces do have a bit of a bite to them like Arugula, but for the most part, it is up to the creator of the salad to bring in the flavor.  For those that love some heat, here is a great recipe to kick up your next salad.

Habanero Pepper Salad Dressing Recipe

You do need gloves on when handling the habanero pepper and refrain from touching your eyes or face.

To make the Habanero Pepper Salad Dressing, you will need 2 … Continue Reading

Wing Time Hot Sauce

Wings and Hot Sauce go hand in hand and they both are an all time favorite at Insane Chicken and for most of our customers and readers too! Since we love sauces we make sure to carry a huge selection of ones we know you will love and come back for time and time again. Wing Time Hot Sauce is a specialty sauce we know you will love.

They make 5 different ones:

* Wing Time Mild Sauce ~ A Great Mellow Sauce with Parmesan Cheese- For those who want the full-bodied taste without the traditional heat. We added … Continue Reading

How to Make a Hot Sauce with Peaches

Making a hot sauce is a unique as the person creating it. There are so many different ingredients that you can use to mix your peppers with to get a tangy, sweet, spicy pepper hot sauce.  Using peaches has become a popular additive into many hot sauces and often people look for a way to blend in their peaches when making a recipe.

Here is an easy hot sauce recipe that you can use and tweak as you like.

Peach Hot Sauce Recipe

10 large orange Habanero Peppers (washed, cored and seeds removed)
5 large super ripe fresh Peaches (washed and pitted)
1/2 large white … Continue Reading

3 Pepper Sandwich Ideas

With fresh peppers abounding right now it’s a great time to look at a few ideas for enjoying peppers for a delicious lunch or light dinner.  Here are some great pepper sandwich ideas that you will enjoy over and over again!  They are great for a quick and easy preparation and the kids will enjoy them too!

Mozzarella Cheesy Pepper Sandwich

1 slice of Mozzarella cheese
1 roasted red or green bell pepper, chopped
1-2 slices of tomato
butter and bread

This is a twist on the classic grilled cheese sandwich! Butter one side of each slice of bread and place one slice in a preheated … Continue Reading

Homemade Hot Pepper Sauce

Hot pepper sauce is a basic cooking necessity that pepper lovers want to keep in their kitchen at all times.  Having a favorite homemade hot pepper sauce that you can call your own and be able to adjust the flavors is a great thing to have too.  Here is a very simple recipe that you can use to flavor your sauces, wings, or other delicious foods.

Homemade Hot Pepper Sauce
3 cups chopped Habanero Peppers
2 cups white vinegar
2 tablespoons pickling salt

You will need a large blender container with lid or a food processor to mix up this recipe. You will want to … Continue Reading

Hot Pepper Sauce Review

There are thousands and thousands of hot pepper sauce fans around the world and many of these hot pepper sauce fans will sample hundreds of sauces and then write reviews on what they thought about the sauce. You will find these hot sauce reviews published in newspapers, foodie and/or cooking magazines and on various web sites and right here on our blog.

It is important that when you are reading various hot pepper sauce reviews to remember that every taste tester has different taste buds and likes and dislikes. So just because one person likes such and such brand of … Continue Reading

Learn How to Make Hot Pepper Sauce

Hot pepper sauce is a staple item in many households and cultures.  There are literally thousands of different brands out there for you to try but it’s hard to find the perfect one for you and your family. We all want our own signature flavor.  Heck, you may be an aspiring Hot Sauce chef!

So, you can easily make your own homemade hot pepper sauce by following the below recipe. This is a great recipe for those of you with backyard gardens and who grow your own hot peppers.

6 Habanero peppers, chopped
1 tablespoon of olive oil
1 clove of garlic, minced
1 (6 … Continue Reading

It’s Easy to Make Homemade Hot Pepper Sauce

With the abundance from the gardens right now, many gardeners and folks stocking up at the farmers markets are making delicious salsas as well as canning and freezing their produce right now. But what about making homemade hot pepper sauce? Think it is too difficult? Is it all but forgotten in the world of salsas and BBQ sauces?

Well thankfully the answer to that is no. A simple hot pepper sauce is an easy recipe to follow and it will yield you quite a bit of sauce that you can use for dipping, fiery wings or whatever … Continue Reading

Red Savina Habanero Chili Pepper

Relatively new on the pepper trail, in the last 20 years or so,  is the Red Savina pepper.  It was cultivated off the habanero chili pepper and is known to be an extremely hot pepper registering up to approximately 570,000 on the Scoville scale in some tests although some tests have it coming in at the mid 200,000’s and up.  It was the reigning champ for many years as the hottest pepper, but has been knocked off the list in the past few years by other super-hot peppers like the Naga Jolokia.

The Red Savina pepper is the hottest of the … Continue Reading

Peppers Prep Your for Fresh Soup

Many cooks have a favorite fresh pepper soups that they enjoy when the harvest of peppers starts coming in.  There are abundant recipes for roasted or regular pepper soups.  Here are some prep tips for you to get your favorite peppers ready for soup creation.

Preparation for Roasted Pepper Soups:

Roasted Peppers are great to use in fall and early winter soups and stews and we recommend that you combine sweet peppers along with hot peppers to get the right pepper flavor. Typical ratio is approximately 3/4 sweet and 1/4 hot peppers.

You will want to use ripe peppers that have been picked … Continue Reading

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