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Deadly Sushi
01-05-2008, 07:17 PM
Im a BIG fan of heat! I use different ingredients to kick things up a notch.

The bottled hot sauce; dry spices; fresh peppers and horseradish.

Is there a particular dish you perfer spicy hot? What do you use most to get food hot enough for your taste? :drink:

thcri
01-05-2008, 07:20 PM
At my age the spicy stuff has to stay out.

Ross 650
01-05-2008, 08:46 PM
Howdy,
down here in Texas if you dont sweat while you are eating that means that you didnt enjoy the meal!! I made a pot of chili today and added 3 large sliced jalapenos plus about 1/2 of a large bottle of chili powder. I also added a large can of RoTel tomatoes with the diced peppers. I was making it for our deer hunters so I didnt add the habaneros. Have you ever tried a bottled sauce called Insanity, After Death, or Endorphen Rush?? One drop on a tooth pick will really light your fire. Have a goodun!!!!

Spiffy1
01-05-2008, 11:05 PM
Have you ever tried a bottled sauce called Insanity, After Death, or Endorphen Rush?? One drop on a tooth pick will really light your fire. Have a goodun!!!!

Not sure about the Endorphen Rush, but I've tried Ultimate Insanity Sauce, Da Bomb Ground Zero (almost bought the Final Answer, but Ground Zero's lack of flavor didn't impress me even though the heat was there) and several others each slathered over crackers. Disclaimer: just because I'm dumb enough to do it, I won't recommend eating any of the extracts straight.

Interestly [perhaps logical] though, that same spoonful of sauce does seem to spice up a bowl of chili as much as a single cracker.

In general, I prefer ground cayenne for every day use, but occasionally sample various sauces which I always seem to get as Christmas presents [a four pack this year].

pirate_girl
01-06-2008, 02:27 AM
I love horseradish on marble rye with swiss and russian dressing (veggie Reuben ya know).
I add Tony Chachere's to a lot of the dishes I prepare.
Oh and Louisiana hot sauce..
Love it on a breakfast burrito (scrambled egg, cheese, mushrooms and zinggggg) lol

Spiffy1
01-06-2008, 03:02 AM
Now we know you're spicy! :yum:

RNE228
01-06-2008, 01:43 PM
We like spiced up dishes. Thai hot is about right. Also like sauces that are not necessarily hot, but flavorful. Cholula is good...

You would like Mo Hotta Mo Betta http://www.mohotta.com/ Any kind of sauce you could imagine, and many you can't, from bland to cleaning you out

rico304
01-21-2008, 04:14 PM
I add hot red pepper to just about anything. Salad, eggs, pizza etc.