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Widow Maker Habanero Pepper Sauce

 
Dan's Prime Widow Maker Hot Sauce
Dan's Prime Widow Maker Hot Sauce
Dan's Prime Widow Maker Hot Sauce

 
Overview
 

Maker: Dan's Prime Ranch Cookin'
Box 508
Kyle, TX 78640
 
Cost: $3.29 at Central Market (cannot find online seller in the US)
 
Ingredients: Select Red Habanero Peppers, Fresh Carrots, Key Lime Juice, Vinegar, Garlic and Salt
 
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Total Score
 
 
 
 
 
3.5/ 5


User Rating
7 total ratings

 

Positives


Great Marie Sharps Style Habanero Sauce

Negatives


Not a "Widow Maker"


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Posted July 26, 2012 by

If you take a look at the ingredients, it’s not surprise that I like this sauce. It’s almost identical to my lady Marie Sharp’s. In fact, because this sauce is available in my local Kroger, I re-stock this sauce more then any other. It’s a good basic habanero sauce – bottom line.

Forgive the food photos – this was one of those days where I ate breakfast, lunch and dinner at the office – so you’ll see my keyboard in the background and the stylish paper plates we sport in the office. The office is Forthea Interactive, where I’m the head janitor. Kidding. Actually, I lead all of the teams that run all aspects of our clients online marketing programs. So I know a little bit about the web. And I’m usually there from 7am to 7pm.

For this review, I took some of the leftover smoked pork butt (yes, again – it was a big butt) and stole some tortillas that were in the fridge (sorry) and poured on some Widow Maker. Not a gourmet meal – but it was enough to get me through the rest of the media plan I was working on.

Now on to the sauce. Widow Maker it’s not. It’s a fantastic sauce – but it’s not going to hurt anyone. It’s closer to Marie Sharp’s Mild then anything else – it’s just a great basic Habanero sauce that will give you the Habanero flavor without the heat. This sauce is like the Tabasco of seasoned chileheads – you could slather it on everything and not notice the heat, just enjoy the flavor.

If you have access to this sauce in your local market, pick this up – pick up 2-3 bottles if you can. You’ll go through it in no time and it’s always great to have on hand.


Nick Lindauer

 
The Original Hot Sauce Blog


One Comment


  1.  
    Ringside

    Yea I love this one. A bit more heat wouldn’t hurt but that taste!





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