The Basics: Hot Sauce

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Hot Sauce

There are hundreds of types of hot sauces available that add mild to high heat to foods. The most basic formulas consist of chili peppers, vinegar & salt but can range in flavor when additional seasonings are included. Tabasco is a brand that was founded in 1868 on Avery Island, Louisiana & their Original Red Sauce is considered a good bench mark with which to compare other styles. The peppers used to make the condiment were originally grown only on the island, however today, they are cultivated in Mexico & other locations to ensure year round production. Tabasco is aged in white oak barrels that have been previously used for whiskey production. A mash is made & then stored in them that stands for 3 years. The seeds & skins are then strained & combined with vinegar & salt. Tabasco Original Red Hot Sauce registers on the Scoville scale between 2,500 & 5,000. Learn how to store & use hot sauce with a variety of your favorite foods. 

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How To Store & Use Hot Sauce

Hot sauce can perk up many items including Bloody Mary’sgumbo, dips, appetizers & even a plate of BLT Deviled Eggs. It may be prepared with a variety of peppers ranging from habaneros & jalapeños to serranos. It may serve as an ingredient in recipes or be offered as a condiment just before serving.

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Hot sauce may be stored at room temperature for up to 6 months or two years in the refrigerator once opened. If additional ingredients are added to the baseline mixture, expect it to decrease the shelf life of the product. 

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