🔥🔥🔥This shows all the spicy food I’ve reviewed and rated with Pepper Pots and stars. Enjoy! 🔥🔥🔥
A couple weeks ago, my Uncle Roger gave me the spiciest noodles in South Korea. I put the noodles in a pot and filled it with water. Then, I boiled it on HIGH heat for 3-4 mins. After I drained the water out of the pot, I put the noodles into the bowl and poured the packaging into the noodles. As soon as I put the packaging on the noodles, they turned blood red. I took me an 2 hours and 4 ½ mugs of water to finish the noodles. I know water makes it spicier, but we had ran out of milk., so I had no choice. I loved the noodles, so I give it…
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+20 Pepper Pots
I know this is my second post today, but I’m just trying to make up for all the days I didn’t post. Plus, there are are a lot of things I want to share. Anyways, this review is different. I’m not reviewing a restaurant. I am reviewing a very spicy (and when I mean spicy, I mean burn your tongue of spicy.) hot sauce. It is made from habanero chiles grown in the Yucatan Peninsula. A habanero is one of the hottest chiles in the world. “This hot sauce is prepared with habanero peppers, onions, lime, spices and other ingredients, proudly represents the authentic Mexican Cuisine.” According to the bottle. You can put it on anything that you desire, soups, chicken, meat, fried eggs, rice, tacos, etc. We loved it so much, my family used over 3 quarters of the bottle in under 3 days. So today, we went back to the store and bought another 3 bottles of it. The place we bought it from was at Farm Gate on Mayne Island, BC. If you ever see it at a store, get it. It may not just be at Farm Gate, it could be at your local super market. So keep your eyes open.
I love this hot sauce so much, out of five stars, I give it a solid…
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+12 Pepper Pots