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General Chat Thread, Franks Hot Sauce in General; Encona's hottest sauce is a habanero/scotch bonnet blend, however I see it as somewhat weak....
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    Encona's hottest sauce is a habanero/scotch bonnet blend, however I see it as somewhat weak.

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    I used to be such a wuss with chilli but I've gotten better in the past few years.
    About the only chilli I get in my food, though, is when I make spag bol (because it's so much more awesome with a bit of a kick to it) or spicy fajitas

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    Agreed it's not massively hot, it is lovely stuff though. I purchased two big (1 litre?!) bottles of the regular Franks from Costco for about £5. Goes on literally everything!

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    Use the below Chilli's to make your own curry or sauce etc ??

    Chilli Norfolk Naga

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    Mine is probably on a par with that, I have naga chillis growing in my kitchen

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    Quote Originally Posted by nephilim View Post
    Mine is probably on a par with that, I have naga chillis growing in my kitchen
    Im a complete pansy with hot food as in chilli / spicey. I would probably try a little bit but no doubt I would be like Adam ( or whatever his name is in Man V Food ) where I would have to drink a load of milk etc

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    Sriracha isn't that great to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nephilim View Post
    Sriracha isn't that great to be honest.
    It was just the 'Hot Sauce Science' part of the content that I was indicating here. The brand Sriracha wasn't a factor.

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    ahhh ok. Was a good sciency video though!

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    mmm saucy science

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    I dare anyone of you to try the ribman sauces.

    Please be aware there is foul language.

    The Rib Man - Hot Sauce Shop

    All made by hand, even the Holy f@@k sauce is mind blowing!

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    Just ordered a holy trinity travel pack. will post reviews when I get them.

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