Hot peppers and hot sauce

Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: Coalfire On: Mon Aug 15, 2011 7:07 pm

Who likes them, what do you like, and any recipies. Found jalapeno peppers in a jar after a while I could eat them like candy, so now I've moved to habanero peppers a big jump in heat. There is a resturant that uses the ghost chili to make a hot sauce for its wings, gotta sign a waiver and everything. I ate two of them last year and couldn't take anymore. Would like to try again and see if I can eat all ten. A buddy downed 6 of them to show off, let just say he felt it. Around 2 that morning I guess it burned on the way out :lol: .

So if anyone has a good recipe for a hot sauce or a good place to get pickled peppers let me know.




Eric
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: AA130FIREMAN On: Mon Aug 15, 2011 7:54 pm

I had some hot wings years ago (I do like them) in allentown at a sports bar called rookies. I could not believe how hot they where (not fit for human consumption), my eyes watered for hours, they had mild ,wild ,hot, attempted suacide, and suacide. OF coarse, I had to do the suacide :cry2: :drool: :mad3: :jawdrop:
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: Wood'nCoal On: Mon Aug 15, 2011 9:18 pm

I crave cayenne pepper sauce, I buy Frank's Red Hot in the large bottle, 2 at a time. I grind black pepper on everything. I love Buffalo Wings, I make my own (the right way).
BUT:
I can not tolerate jalapeno peppers or anything made with them, sets my mouth on fire.
Figure that out :!: :!:
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: Richard S. On: Tue Aug 16, 2011 7:37 am

Basic but great tasting hot wing sauce is Franks Red Hot, Ketchup and some butter. I make a 50/50 mixture of the hot sauce and ketchup and add about a tablespoon of butter for every cup of sauce. Adjust the amount hot sauce to your tastes. You could substitute other hot sauces but I like Franks because it has more taste than most.
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: Wood'nCoal On: Tue Aug 16, 2011 10:02 pm

Ketchup??? You're kidding! :shock:
I make the sauce for wings out of 1/2 Red Hot and 1/2 unsalted butter, nothing else. The wings have to be deep-fried.
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: Rob R. On: Tue Aug 16, 2011 10:06 pm

Some lemon juice adds a nice twist to the Frank's & Butter.
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: Wood'nCoal On: Tue Aug 16, 2011 10:11 pm

Good idea.
I don't make it that often, all that butter and chicken skin....I always end up eating at least a dozen wings or so. I have the same problem with steamers. I should weigh 300 pounds. :D
A saturated fat delight!!!
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: SMITTY On: Tue Aug 16, 2011 11:48 pm

Here's my wife's favorite hot sauce ....

http://www.foxlabs.com/pepperspray.shtml
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: gaw On: Sun Aug 21, 2011 11:02 am

I like most of the mild to medium hot peppers when canned. I prefer a sweet juice over the more common salt and vinegar. All the fermented hot sauces like Tabasco are good and I’m going to try and make my own “one of these days”

Several years ago a cousin gave me some habanero peppers. I never heard of them but he said they were very hot. I gave them to mom and she jarred them for me and after sitting a few weeks I decided to try them. The habanero was pure HOT and after I swallowed it even made my esophagus burn, then it simmered in my gut for another 30 minutes but the final judgment came the next day when I evacuated what was left of it after digestion. My ass was on fire and that’s when I decided that habanero chilies are the devils food. I prefer a nice balance between hot and flavor and that is where the jalapeno shines and when cayenne and tabascos are fermented you also get a nice flavor along with heat.

This is my opinion and not necessarily the views of this website, its owner, my computer, its manufacturer, my wife, or my wife’s husband or boyfriend.
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: ceccil On: Sun Aug 28, 2011 4:50 pm

Richard S. wrote:Basic but great tasting hot wing sauce is Franks Red Hot, Ketchup and some butter


Never thought of Ketchup. We make our own wing sauce also.

2 cups Franks Red Hot

1 cup Cattlman's BBQ Sauce

1/2 stick of butter

brown suger to taste

A few shakes of Italian Seasoning
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: SteveZee On: Thu Sep 29, 2011 4:03 pm

Habenero's are pretty brutal. I grew some scotch bonnets in the greenhouse last year and still have some in the freezer. Just a 1/2 of one or a whole depending on how many people makes great stir fry. I also grew some of little Thai peppers, the thin ones. Great looking plant. They looked like a little christmas tree with the bright red pepers hanging off the plant. I dried those and still have a big jar. I've learned to use latex gloves when handling and chopping them though. One time I minced up a scotch bonnet and then rubbed my eye. :oops2: Thought I was blinded!
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: cabinover On: Fri Sep 30, 2011 5:43 am

I don't know what's worse, rubbing your eye or grabbing hold of yer Johnson. Both get your attention in a large way. :oops:

Personally I don't care for Tabasco style pepper sauces. I'll take Frank's Red Hot for sauce and usually sprinkle a little cayenne on about anything that needs help.
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: SMITTY On: Fri Sep 30, 2011 9:05 am

Worse than both of those?

Errr ..... uhhh ..... "playing" with the wifey after chopping them up .... and forgetting to wash your hands. GUILTY! :oops: :shock: :lol:

She wasn't too pleased with me that day! :lol:
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Re: Hot peppers and hot sauce

PostBy: ceccil On: Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:41 am

cabinover wrote:I don't know what's worse, rubbing your eye or grabbing hold of yer Johnson


I did the eye thing one time. Just finished up a dozen hot wings. Started to get ready for work and went to the bathroom to put my contacts in. Even after washing my hands, it felt like someone had put acid in my eyes.
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