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NW Elixirs Hott Sauce

Confounded by the array of hot sauces in your refrigerator door? Chef Garrett set out to create a single sauce that would rule them all, developing his Hott Sauce #1 in 2011. With a chef's touch, he hand roasts fresh jalapeno and habanero peppers with tomatoes, then blends them with vinegar and sieves them until smooth. He then adds spices that lend depth of flavor but also have a cooling effect that tempers the peppers' heat. The resulting hot sauce is sharply piquant yet balanced and complex. Great for dipping, it's also a versatile player in marinades, sauces, braises and more. Following on the success of his Hott Sauce #1, Chef Garrett set out to create a milder green chile sauce that still had more depth than others on the market. With a chef's touch, he hand roasts poblano and serrano peppers with tomatillos, then blends them with vinegar and sieves them until smooth. He then adds fresh cilantro, complex spices and just enough agave nectar to temper the peppers' heat. The result is a milder hot sauce with fruity, vegetal flavors. It's excellent as a marinade for fish or chicken, or enjoy it as a dip or sauce for a range of Latin-inspired dishes. 9 oz. Made in USA.
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LacyL
St. Petersburg, FL
July 4, 2014
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Very versatile sauce
July 4, 2014
I have tried too many hot sauces in which the object appears to be how hot the maker can make it. But this is a refreshing change...you can TASTE the ingredients and it has some heat, but not a lot, so it isn't going to compromise the food you put it on, or scorch your mouth! I ate the whole bottle within a week...on eggs for breakfast, salmon for lunch, stirred into baked beans...AND it has a nice thickness to it, so it is not just runny fire...almost like a salsa. I loved it!