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    Hot sauce

    Anyone know of a decent hot sauce that can be bought easily enough?

    My partner cannot handle her hot food at all, so I usually tend to resort to a sauce that can be put on the food afterwards. Have been using a tobasco brand habanero sauce, while the heat is alrite, the taste is pretty gross, which is probably mostly to do with not getting added during the cooking stage.

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    Culleys do a great range of sauces, they're available from Countdown.

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    GP user Swampy does some excellent sauce.

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    The user on tm saucenation has a few , ive got acouple of the Blairs range , Ultra death and 3am sauce , also the Golden death, not overly tasty but if youre simply looking to add some spice they do the Job , otherwise http://chilemojo.com.au/ have a good selection

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    Culleys.

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    Sweet, cheers for the options, I'll look into culleys when we do the weekly shop tomorrow.

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    If she likes the heat flavour but not the actual heat, look no further than sriracha

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    Husband isn't keen on chilli.
    What I do is cook the meal - say Chilli Con Carne as a for instance, without any chilli, then dish his serve up. Then I add in chilli to the rest cook a minute or so longer and there's mine.

    Alternatively, with adding sauce as you would tomato sauce, I highly recommend barkers - they do :

    Nine Spice Barbecue Jerk Sauce
    Not so Sweet Chilli Sauce
    Really Useful Chipotle Sauce

    Awesome stuff.

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    Kaitaia Fire for life

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    god damn its good shit


    not quite as hot as tabasco but its fully delish

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    the kiwifruit Kaitaia Fire is premium, if you can find some

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    Havent seen that in shops for many years. Thought it had been discontinued?

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    swazi wrote:
    Havent seen that in shops for many years. Thought it had been discontinued?
    Probably didn't sell that well in the supermarkets, but it's definitely still made.

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    What. wrote:
    Kaitaia Fire for life

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    god damn its good shit


    not quite as hot as tabasco but its fully delish
    i think its a little hotter than tabasco, yummier aswel

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    Culleys would be the go-to, they have a reasonable range.

    On that note, does anybody know where in Christchurch I could get the Melinda's hotsauce range? I used to get them from AFW but that's been gone four years and doesn't look to be coming back any time soon. I know I can get them online, I want to find a local supplier if possible.

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    Culleys Trinidad Scorpion is excellent. Nice and hot with a very good flavour. Superior to Kaitaia Fire.

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    Blue Vein CHEESE wrote:
    Culleys would be the go-to, they have a reasonable range.

    On that note, does anybody know where in Christchurch I could get the Melinda's hotsauce range? I used to get them from AFW but that's been gone four years and doesn't look to be coming back any time soon. I know I can get them online, I want to find a local supplier if possible.
    http://www.belizemagazine.com/editio...5questions.htm

    Ditch Melinda's, support the underdog.

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    I still have a few each of my sauce left if you are keen.Its extremely hot though.

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    How much are you selling reapers for?

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    Blue Vein CHEESE wrote:
    How much are you selling reapers for?
    $10 for 10 grams dried.

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    PM'd

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    Just found out Culleys make their own Buffalo sauce. Hnnnnng.

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    got the culleys no.1 with shopping today instead of kaitaia fire, tastes nice but i like the vinegary taste of kaitaia

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    Q_J wrote:
    got the culleys no.1 with shopping today instead of kaitaia fire, tastes nice but i like the vinegary taste of kaitaia
    I'm the opposite, I don't really like the vinegary taste. The Culleys no 1 is pretty good. Their range has expanded a bit more lately, I see they have a Sriracha and a reaper chipotle anyone tried those? They are next on my list.

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    heading out to the HQ in a couple of weeks to try some of the ones the supermarkets don't stock