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Thread: Hot Delight Hot Sauces made in Aruba

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    Yea, indeed!
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    I believe the seeds are the hottest part of the pepper.


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    I agree !

    getting back on topic, is the papaya sauce hot too?

    Quote Originally Posted by robin View Post
    I believe the seeds are the hottest part of the pepper.
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    It would be great to have Madam Janette peppers at home. They are used in Siboyo Tempura (the picked red onions they have on tables in restaurants). I’ve made it at home, but only with Jalepenos. Scotch bonnet would be a good substitute.


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    Yes! And slightly sweet. The madam hot is HOT HOT HOT!
    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    I agree !

    getting back on topic, is the papaya sauce hot too?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    I agree !

    getting back on topic, is the papaya sauce hot too?

    I found the papaya hot sauce a little too hot and that’s coming from someone who indulges in hot sauce daily!

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    I have a recipe for the MJ onions and am very excited I can get the right hot sauce now! Woohoo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laura in NH View Post
    I have a recipe for the MJ onions and am very excited I can get the right hot sauce now! Woohoo
    Any chance you would like to share that recipe?

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    I am hopeful that the recipe is posted!
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    Any chance you would like to share that recipe?
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    I would love that recipe too. Does anybody know the shelf life of these hot sauces? I have one from last year that is still unopened. I'm guess it is probably fine. I like the papaya but only a small drop that is mixed with rice or quinoa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traceyd14 View Post
    I would love that recipe too. Does anybody know the shelf life of these hot sauces? I have one from last year that is still unopened. I'm guess it is probably fine. I like the papaya but only a small drop that is mixed with rice or quinoa.
    Hot sauces generally have a pretty decent shelf life. I have read that a bottle can last around 3 years, an unopened bottle even longer. That is because of the vinegar and chili peppers that they use. Right now I have 6 different brands of hot sauce in the fridge. Only one bottle has a use by date. The date is 2019 and I am still using it!

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