An iconic Louisiana-produced hot sauce aged in oak barrels once used for Jack Daniels whiskey.
2. Sambal Oelek
Raw chili paste popular in Southeast Asia.
Spicy blend of chilis, olive oil, garlic, and vinegar used in Levant cuisine.
4. Pickapeppa Sauce
A Jamaican condiment aged in oak and made from tomatoes, onions, cane vinegar, mangoes, raisins, peppers, and spices.
7. Piri Piri Sauce
Popular in Namibia and South Africa, Piri Piri is usually made from chilis, zest, onions, garlic, pepper, salt, lemon juice, bay leaves, paprika, basil, oregano, and tarragon.
8. Texas Pete
As Southern as grits and as hot as a Carolina girl.
10. Spicy Mayo
Unfortunately, most recipes call for Sriracha. Let the paradox continue.
A spicy-salty fermented bean paste used in Szechuan cuisine.
14. Chili Pepper Water
It’s used as a flavor kick and is very popular in Hawaii.
15. Jerk Sauce
A Jamaican hot sauce that’s made with jerk seasonings: allspice, Scotch bonnet peppers, salt, and lots of spices. Yes, please.
Known to sushi lovers everywhere, wasabi is usually grated into a paste.
18. Nectar of the Gods.
This is certainly a decent substitute, but I hear the supply chain is iffy.
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