Hot Sauce

Popular in Mexican, Central and South Louisiana and Caribbean cuisine, there are many different types of hot sauce, such as Jethro's Mongrel Hot Sauce and The Devils Tears Red Savina Hot Sauce. The variety of pepper used influences the spice level of the sauce, with ghost pepper and habanero on the hotter side. The list of ways to use hot sauce is seemingly endless: Put it on everything from eggs to tacos, or add it to soups, marinades, stir-fry dishes, and sauces (including the popular Buffalo wing sauce). Whether you want to buy bottles in bulk or try your hand at making your own with the help of a handy kit, here are the best hot sauces on the market.

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