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Discussion in 'The BOC Diner' started by Quint, Mar 13, 2008.
I would have to say Dave's Insanity! Any other opinions?
Dave's is the hottest I've ever tried and is way to hot for me to eat again. There are a bunch out there that are much much hotter though, I don't dare ever try them, can't imagine.
Hottest sauce is misleading, could be a high % of Cap. Whats the hottest pepper? Personally I like a bit hotter than a jalapeno, hotter than that just aint got taste.
well as for sauce with extracts daves is hot. but pure sauce. i got some red savina and garlic from texas select seasonings. its good flavored and 2 drops on eggs will eat ya up. i like hot but not from extracts.
and ozzy. im growing the b-hut jolokia now. got seads started a while back. 5,000 times hotter than jalepenos. doulbe the heat of red savina. its 1,000,000+ scovilles and currently the worlds hottest pepper acording to guiness.
If your growing those you may want to consider a cast iron commode while doing your bathroom renovation....oooh:
got one with a refriderated tank.:smile2:
I have tried Daves ,I thought it was real good ,My brother in law works as a tool pusher for Nabors drilling and he gave me a bottle,I checked thier website an NOW I know why thats the only place you ever see it .That stuff is outta site pricewise.
or stainless steel :big_smile: :cool2:
I don't know which is considered the hottest, but "Dave's Insanity" is plenty hot enough for me!
Have you ever shined an old penny with it? Works great!:smile2:
I've tried lots of different hot sauces and I have to say Daves is pretty hot. I have some of the( Daves insanity) and( Daves temporary insanity) . I really like the taste of some of the green sauces on the market now. Good heat and real good flavor.:smile2:
Don't remember the name, but I remember seeing one advertised that wasn't actually a sauce, but granules, about like salt. You used tweezers to put ONE granule into a POT of food.
Take a look at chilepepper.com . Its the web site for the best pepper magazine I have found yet.. The March issue is centered around HOT SAUCES..
Jerry, that just sounds to hot to handle! loloooh::crazy:
Just acouple of sauces in my collection, I enjoy spicy foods just can't stomach them like I did back in the younger years day in day out.
Aint got to worrie about bugs in that garden. Man thats hot. Im a wimp nowadays. I got a bunch of peppers started, Ill see if I have a green thumb or not. I gotta grow them in pots on my balcony cause I live in an apartment. A week old from seed but looking good so far.
Those last two look pretty wicked! lol.:crazy:
I'm not in to killer hot any more although I will try your hottest for fun. I make my own now from red jalapeños, salt, garlic and vinegar. Beats the heck out of all those store bought pretty label things.
Hey Netman. Any particular way you put your recipe for home made sauce together. I am growing some peppers this year and would like to make some suace out of them. Just wondering?
Ive never made sauce but for salsa heres my recipe. hot peppers, onions, cilantro, garlic and salt. No more no less.
Glad to tell ya. Let the peppers get red. The longer they are red on the plant the sweeter they get, for a hot pepper that is. The flavor is much better than the green. I wash them then cut in one or two pieces. leave the seeds, but remove the stems. Put them in a pot with just enough water to start the juices flowing. I cook them until soft. Put them through some type of food mill to remove seeds and skin. Put the pulp in a blender and add a few cloves of garlic, salt to taste, vinegar and water according to the amount you have. The water thins it. I like mine on the heaver side. I can tell the amount of vinegar by smelling and tasting. It may be strong at the beginning but will cook out. Check out some catchup recipes for a comparison. I put mine up in antique medicine bottles and seal with a cork and wax. Poor into sterile bottles while still hot. It will keep for a year or more. Once opened if you don't use it up fast like I do refrigerate it. Sometimes I throw in some red salsa peppers to heat it up alittle. I'm sure you will have fun and it dosen't take long.
There is a couple of chain discount department stores, Marshalls and Ross that carry Dave's quite often at a cheep price.