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    I tried the Kikoman sriracha. I didn't care much for it.

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    https://ca.shine.yahoo.com/is-tabasc...200541296.html

    We snagged a bottle of the saucy new contender to see if Huy Fong has anything to be worried about.
    At first glance, Tabasco’s version is much smoother and more viscous than Huy Fong’s. Tiny flecks of pulverized chili peppers are visible in Huy Fong’s vibrantly red sauce, whereas Tabasco’s sriracha is a homogeneous, rust-colored red purée that could easily be confused for barbecue sauce.
    But taste is where it counts, and taste-wise, Huy Fong’s sriracha blows Tabasco’s out of the water. The Huy Fong sauce has a more balanced flavor—sweet with a slight acidic tang, with a spiciness that intensifies on the finish. Tabasco’s version is much heavier on the vinegar (not surprising for Tabasco), and its heat is all up front.
    The nail in the coffin: Tabasco’s stuff is twice as expensive as Huy Fong’s, at $4.99 for a 15-ounce bottle.
    That said, Tabasco’s sriracha would work in a pinch. Because any hot sauce is better than no hot sauce.


    Soon as I find some I'll let you guys know...but it sounds a lot more like Tabasco than it does sricha. Still, that might not be so bad.

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    Gochujang.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheezer517 View Post
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    The thing about Sriracha is that there are many different kinds. Some are terrible (like the kind Subway uses) and others are divine.

    One thing though- the first time you have Sriracha it's only okay. You need to do it over and over and get addicted and only then will you know what it's like to enjoy Sriracha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EichelTower View Post
    The thing about Sriracha is that there are many different kinds. Some are terrible (like the kind Subway uses) and others are divine.

    One thing though- the first time you have Sriracha it's only okay. You need to do it over and over and get addicted and only then will you know what it's like to enjoy Sriracha.
    OOOOOh gonna have to go ahead and disagree with you on the Subway Creamy Sricha...that stuff has a nice flavor and a helthy kick for what you might expect from a national sammy chain. Rest of your opinion I agree with 100%.

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    This is ESSENTIAL. Better than the original and even the TJ's brand. Cheaper too. This is the BEST example of balancing flavor and heat. In addition to the chili, which they turn up delicately, they pump it full of sharp tomato taste. Seriously...this is 4 star **** here.

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    HAve started to use this relish on dogs and burgers. Good Stuff Maynerd.

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    Default Hot Sauces

    Growing up in England, it became a right of passage on a Friday night to eat the hottest Indian curry we could find.

    I developed a taste for hot sauces during this time, right now for taste I love :

    http://www.amazon.com/Baron-West-Ind.../dp/B0002DD8S6

    For pure heat :

    http://www.maddoghotsauce.com/

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    Anyone tried some good sauces ?

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    I love good hot sauces....

    Some easy to find sauces I enjoy....

    Cajun Power Sauce-they serve at Kings Fish House....not hot at all but great flavor.

    Chipotle Tabasco....nice flavor with a little kick.
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