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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


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
Heat Level:





Total Score
3.5/ 5

User Rating
7 total ratings



Great Marie Sharps Style Habanero Sauce


Not a "Widow Maker"

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


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

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