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Matouk’s West Indies Hot Sauce

Matouk's West Indies Hot Sauce
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13 review comments

  1. dbicip
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  2. dbicip
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  3. dbicip
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  4. Karl

    Matouk’s West Indies Hot Sauce: Two things you should note about this sauce:

    1) I think it’s hotter than its rating. For me, it’s bordering on a spice/ingredient rather than a condiment.

    2) The label has two descriptions on it. For Americans, it says “Hot Sauce.” For islanders, it says “Salsa Picante.” Ignore the “hot sauce” part. I think this product falls under the category of “pepper relish,” and, as such, would be good on hamburgers & hot dogs, and mixed in salsas or sloppy joes.

    Although this sauce is HOT, it’s made with scotch bonnet peppers, so it doesn’t give that warm, burning sensation that leaves your mouth numb. Instead, it has a very bright and lively taste to it.

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  5. Name not provided

    Matouk’s West Indies Hot Sauce: the ingredients

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  6. Name not provided

    Not hot enough for me. If you want hot, buy Matouk’s FLAMBEAU salsa. It is my favorite of all sauces

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  7. jerkypete

    HOT HOT HOT with a WONDERFUL flavor. Try it on grilled chicken(I LOVE it on Ranch1 sandwiches)

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  8. Garry

    Great stuff. I first tried this stuff in the Bahamas a couple of years ago and brought home a couple of bottles which were quickly devoured. Really glad to find this site and ordewr more.

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  9. Sheldon Douglass

    Too hot straight up but a great mix for stews and soups.
    Many of my ‘hot’ friends say it does the job for them as well.

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  10. Markus

    Try Matouk’s on pork chops and french fries. The papaya adds a great flavor to this suace.

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  11. Sammy

    I first tasted Matouk’s West Indian Flambeau in St Martin and fell in love with it. Twelve bottles accompanied me home to the USA. OOOhhh it’s soooo hot…but delicious!!!!

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  12. Tony Rogers

    A great sauce that combines hot and sweet. Great for putting on sandwiches.

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  13. Timothy Campbell

    This is my favourite hot sauce, bar none. Unlike so many others, this one isn’t swimming in vinegar, and it adds more than just heat; it contributes flavour.

    I personally find it too hot to put on something directly, but it’s great when mixed in with a stew.

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