A well deserved award wining sauce, this chilli tomato sauce has won a number of awards including prizes at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show and the Australian Fiery Food Awards. Not much to say about it other than -- it’s amazing. Full of chunky, smokey goodness; this sauce pours really thick and packs a tasty punch. The initial smokey taste gives way to the tomato, herbs and spices. Then the chilli hits you... It will have your nose running after a while but you will keep going back for more. It has a Chilli Factory heat rating of 9/10 but is mild enough to lather on meats and still enjoy your meal. Watch out Heinz, this sauce is a replacement. Use Fiery Frillneck on anything you would use tomato sauce on; it will transform any BBQ feast.
About the company: The Chilli Factory is a 100% family run Australian business located in Morisett, NSW. All chillies are grown in Australia (Northern Queensland) and the Chilli Factory do not use any dried, powdered or imported chillies. Their policy -- if they can't make it fresh then they prefer to not make it at all. The Fiery Frillneck Hiss is a hot smokey chilli tomato sauce used for nachos, BBQ meats, Mexican or Italian foods, accompanying baked potatoes, wedges or fries. QUICK TIP: Grab some sour cream or fresh natural yoghurt - mix together with the sauce for a quick and easy dip.
4. Red Devil Cayenne Pepper Sauce – Trappey’s From: New Jersey – USA
This Cayenne sauce has a thin consistency and relatively mild in the heat department. Has a very vinegary taste followed by a hit of salinity before you get the short mild punch of cayenne. I use this a wacky flavourful replacement to balsamic for certain dishes such as baked kale.
About the company: With over 100 years of experience, Trappey's Fine Foods is based in New Jersey, USA and their unique cold-packed process ensures the freshness of peppers plus the color-coded lids and labels make it easy for you to choose your favorite hot or mild pepper.