Marinades & Hot Sauce
Red Devil Hot Sauce is a classic hot sauce from Trappey's, the famous Louisiana hot sauce makers. Make exclusively from Cayenne Peppers, this is the mildest of the sauces from Trappey's. Use it to kick up sauces, soups, burgers, eggs... Scoville Units: 800-1200Reduced price!1,79 € 2,99 €Add to cartBBD = Best Before date BBD 15/09/2021
Cholula Original Hot Sauce is delicious blend of piquin peppers and arbol chiles with an original blend of spices. Known as the Flavorful Fire, Cholula is a Mexican classic that has become loved by many Americans. This beautiful little bottle with its wooden cap packs a delicious and flavorful heat. Scoville Units: 450 Made in Mexico.
Hope you have 911 on speed dial. El Yucateco Extra Hot Chili Habanero is a Mayan recipe that will set your mouth on fire! Seriously! This is a really really hot hot sauce. It is not for the faint at heart. If you are looking for heat and tears, this is the hot sauce for you. Scoville Units: 11,600Reduced price!2,99 € 4,99 €Sold Out
Cholula Chipotle Hot Sauce is delicious blend of Chipotle and other peppers with an original blend of spices. This Mexican classic that has become loved by many Americans, thanks to the smokey sweet flavor of Chipotle peppers. This beautiful little bottle with its wooden cap packs a delicious, smokey, and flavorful heat. Scoville Units: 450 Made in Mexico.
Tex Mex food, El Yucateco El Yucateco Green Chile Habanero Hot Sauce brings a unique flavor to the world of typically red hot sauces. Made with green habanero peppers, garlic, and spices, it is a sure-fire way to add some peps to you favorite dishes. Try it in homemade salsa or guacamole! Scoville Units: 9000Reduced price!2,39 € 3,99 €Sold Out
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Tex Mex food El Yucateco Caribbean Habanero sauce is a delicious, mildly sweet sauce made with yellow habanero peppers and carrots. It packs a little less heat than the green sauce, so don't be shy. Scoville Units : 5400Reduced price!2,99 € 4,99 €Sold Out
Frank's Red Hot Sauce is delicious blend of spices, vinegar, garlic and aged cayenne peppers. It is a key ingredient to making homemade buffalo wings, but you can put it on just about anything to add a little kick. As their spokeswoman says, "I put that sh*t on everything!" You will too! Scoville Units: 450
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Cholula Lime-Chili Hot Sauce is delicious blend of peppers, an original blend of spices and the added zest and zip of lime juice. Known as the Flavorful Fire, Cholula is a Mexican classic that has become loved by many Americans. This beautiful little bottle with its wooden cap packs a delicious and flavorful heat. Scoville Units: 450 Made in Mexico.
Jack Daniel's Honey Teryaki Marinade is a simple, quick way to a delicious meal. Just add meat to the bag, close it, pop it in the fridge, and after at least 30 minutes, the meat is ready to be grilled. You're gonna love it!Reduced price!3,23 € 5,39 €Sold Out
This is McCormick's version of a Memphis-style dry rub for slow-cooking ribs. Of course there are many versions of this spice mixture, which is rubbed onto meat before slow cooking it. And you don't have to limit yourself to ribs! You can also use it for burgers, pork roasts, chicken, or even fish.
Tabasco Chipotle Pepper Hot Sauce from McIlhenny brings you the punch of their regular hot sauce with the rich smokiness of roasted chipotle peppers. An instant classic, you will love this sauce for marinades, barbecue sauces, or drizzled directly on grilled meats. Scoville Units: 1500-2500Reduced price!3,89 € 6,49 €Sold Out
Inspired by that most American of restaurants, the "steak house." This flavorful blend of tomato, pepper corn, and onion will bring more life to your meat, be it chicken, pork, or beef. Just pour on the marinade, let it soak in the refrigerator, grill, and enjoy!Reduced price!2,75 € 4,59 €Sold Out
Tex Mex food Texas Pete is actually a North Carolinian! Who knew!? Their famous hot sauce is great for kicking up any recipe. Made with 3 different types of peppers and famous since the 1930s, you can use it to spice up burgers, give wraps a little kick, or turn a plain omelet into something special. Scoville Units: 747