Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Chef Cristiane's Brazilian "I'm Hot" Sauce Review

*I received this sauce in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.  This post contains affiliate links.*

I love cooking with a variety of flavors.  So when I was offered the chance to try out this I'm Hot hot sauce I was all on board.  This hot sauce is hand bottled from the restaurant kitchen of the Taste of Brazil Cafe in Chicago.  I like to try sauces that are not just heat but really add flavor and complexity to my food.

Well this Brazilian sauce definitely has the complexity of a multilevel sauce.  I found it to be best as a finishing and serving sauce.  There is a good amount of heat contained in this bottle.  It is not for the weak of heart(or tastebuds).  But it is not Only heat.  There is the taste of different vinegars at play along with tomatoes, onions, and the Malagueta pepper.  This to me tastes a lot like a steak sauce that has spent a lot of time in South America.  I tried this with chicken fajitas and was pretty happy with the result.  I also think this sauce would go well with a kickin Brazilian burger or Denver omelette.

I found that I like this the best with some large hand breaded onion rings.  Try for yourself Chef Cristiane's 'I'm Hot' hot sauce and discover your Brazilian sauciness.

From the Company
  • This is a unique homemade hot sauce made from an old family recipe. Each bottle is made from a small kitchen by Chef Cristiane Pereira of Taste of Brazil Cafe in Chicago.
  • Medium Hotness with a fresh tomato taste just like they serve in Brazil with a perfect balance of flavor and hotness. This is not extreme hotness, but rather a more mild or medium hotness that allows you to enjoy the delicious flavors of the peppers.
  • Made with Malagueta Peppers from Brazil. Tastes great on chips, Mexican Food, sandwiches, eggs, meat, potato, pasta, etc.
  • Made with all natural ingredients - no artificial colors, no artificial flavors, no artificial preservatives, and no artificial ingredients
  • Ingredients: Apple cider vinegar, tomato paste, onions, water, extra virgin olive oil, carrots, malagueta peppers, cane sugar, salt, garlic, and spices.

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