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Franks red hot original

A small Franks red hot original dip was included with my pizza and chicken pieces. I don’t know how it rates on the hotness scale, but it was more than I could cope with.

I know a lot of you are diehard hot sauce users, but has any such sauce had you waving the white flag?

I think I had Franks sauce once. I think whatever version it was, had alcohol in it. So I couldn’t have it. It tasted like chilli whiskey :smile:

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I use Franks frequently and it’s not so spicy compared to some other sauces.

I also use Tobasco, that’s a little more hotter.

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I can eat Thai food hot and Indian food hot. Frank’s is child’s play to me lol

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Frank’s isn’t very spicy but i like the flavor. I don’t like it so hot it overpowers the flavor, so it works for me.

Cholula is good, too.

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I’m well past this on the Scoville scale. I picked up $100 at our last staff party because nobody believed I could chug a bottle of it. No problem. Drunks are easy money.

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Frank’s is pretty mild. I like El yucateco habanero hot sauce. Its probably one of the hotter sauces u can get at a grocery store that isn’t labeled as being super hot. My limit is buffalo wild wings blazin sauce (their hottest sauce) it is really opens up my sinuses as after eating it my nose runs slot.

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Frank’s is mild yeah, when I use it I put a lot and its usually with beans. I use Sriracha more, its spicier but not as spicy as habanero.

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My mother makes chilli jam. That can be spicy. Depends on what Chillis they grow each year to taste!

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Talk about acid reflux damn…y’all can have the sauce :laughing:

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That thing is too hot! 8,910 scoville units.

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I just bough a small bottle.
Glad to know you like it.
I haven’t tried it yet.

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It’s really good on tacos. :wink:

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I’ve tended to plump for kormas . Sometimes I’ll have a balti ,or something like a jalfrezi. I stay clear of vindaloo and phaal curries.
Sadly, IMO,. the quality of current kormas, and other Indian restaurant/takeaway food in general, has deteriorated quite a lot compared to the quality in 1970’s to early 1980s

I like to cut up serrano’s and put them on food, I used to be a super hot sauce lover but I have to be careful of sodium intake, a lot of hot sauces have sodium added and if you use a lot it can creep up on you quickly.

I love hot sauce but my heat tolerance is super low. So enjoying food like that is a bit masochistic for me lol