10 Red Hot Chilli Sauces That Will Turn Up The Heat In Your Kitchen

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 Most of us in India like our food to be robust, packed with flavours that is spicy hot. Be it our own Indian cuisine or any other cuisine that needs to be made palatable for us. We like it to be masaledar and chatpata. In this article you will find some of the best chilli sauces that will add flavor your food and make you look like a master chef.

1. Harissa Sauce

2. Chilli Garlic Sauce

3. Tabasco Sauce

  • Buy The Tabasco Sauce Now!

    This specific chilli sauce uses tabasco peppers. they are made with three simple ingredients - peppers, salt and vinegar.  It has a thin watery like consistency, but hot as ever.  Tabasco sauce is a brand by itself that is produced by Mcilhenny Company of Avery Island, Louisiana.  

    This brand of tabasco sauce has different variants like 

    • Green pepper sauce 
    • Chipotle pepper sauce 
    • Garlic pepper sauce 
    • Habanero sauce 
    • Red pepper Sauce 

    These sauces have added flavours and peppers to the original tabasco sauce.  They are said to have a shelf life of 5 years. They can be used to flavour meats and vegetables, dips, as part of marinades or just as a condiment for those who love their food to be hot and spicy. 

    Serve it along with or use in recipes like

    1. Mexican Vegetarian Fajitas 
    2. Spicy Mexican Salsa Recipe
    3. Homemade Refried Beans Recipe

4. Hot & Sweet Chilli Sauce

5. Peri Peri Sauce

6. Green Chilli Sauce

7. Bhut Jolokia Sauce

  • Buy The Bhut Jolokia Sauce Now !

     Also known as Ghost pepper is said to be the spiciest chilies on the planet. It is cultivated in the Northeast Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.

    It is used both while its fresh and dried. It is popularly used in combination with pork or dried or fermented fish in North Eastern states. 

    Brands like Pico and Sprig sell this Bhut Jolokia sauce, by adding ingredients that bring down its heat. 

    So do try these in your kitchen and tell us how you used these sauces

8. Sriracha Sauce

9. Thai Sweet Chili Sauce

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