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Old December 5, 2016   #41
Tracydr
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Originally Posted by Shrinkrap View Post
I've been working on a Trini and Bajan (Trinidad and Barbados) style sauce. I finally grew the pepper of my dreams for it. The MOA Scotch Bonnet. The aroma is the stuff of dreams. Unfortunately I added culantro (Chandon beni), to my last batch which overwhelmed the scotch bonnet aroma. Hot Lollie's is Bajan. I'm told Motouk's hot sauce is reccommended for Trinidad and Tobago style.


http://www.thehotsaucestop.com/matou...picante-26-oz/



And not really a HOT hot sauce, but I love Pickapeppa.

https://www.mohotta.com/product/661/Hot-Sauce
Matouk's is my very favorite,besides what we ferment at home.
And,sambal olek. And, a few other Asian style Chile paste in my spice rack.
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