Wanza’s Wicked Temptation Hot Sauce Review
Wanza’s Wicked Temptation Hot Sauce – There is one purpose and one purpose only for this sauce – to burn the hell into your mouth. This is dangerously hot sauce with a surprisingly good flavor. The reason the flavor is surprising is that the heat level here is so intense that I couldn’t imagine I would taste any flavor. I almost didn’t, but the flavor is there, sort of rich and smoky, lying beneath a fiery attack that is hard to recover from.
Wanza’s Wicked Temptation isn’t a sauce for dipping chips in or eating straight from the bottle. I did both, and believe me when I say, I felt the agony. Oil of capsaicin is used freely in this sauce, along with Red Savina Habanero, which, for those who know their peppers, know to be one of the hottest peppers in the world, second probably only to the ghost pepper. The Red Savinas mixed with the chemical compound found in peppers is what gives this sauce an over-the-top aresenal of heat that will bring even the most hardened chili head to his knees. The other ingredients give it the underlying flavor. Those ingredients include papaya, guava, pineapple, and banana. There’s also mustard seed and passion fruit juice.
The only way to effectively use Wanza’s Wicked Temptation is to experiment with a few food combinations. Some sauces are only meant to be used sparignly and with heavy doses of other foods. This is one of them.
Beef stew is not one of my favorite dishes. My mother-in-law makes it, though, and sometimes she sends it over for me. She still hasn’t gotten the fact that it isn’t a favorite. I poured a couple (I mean two) drops of Wanza’s Wicked Temptation in a bowl and sat down to see if there was a possibility I could actually enjoy beef stew. To my surprise, the heat factor and the underlying flavors of this sauce made my bowl of beef stew good enough for seconds. Now I can actually tell my mother-in-law that I eat the beef stew she sends over.
Other uses for this sauce include as an additive to your chesse and salsa dips, as a chili ingredient, and in your ketchup or steak sauce for an added kick. A bottle of this Wanza’s Wicked Temptation will go a long, long way.
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