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Frank's RedHot Hot Sauce , 23 oz (680 ml)
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Aged Cayenne red peppers, vinegar, water, salt and galic powder
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Top Customer Reviews
Frank's Hot Sauce is outstanding. It's a Cheyenne Pepper based hot sauce that is not too hot, not too sweet, but has just a perfect blend of "flavor and heat." It's not like Tobasco sauce which is very hot and you sprinkle on items. It's a different kind of sauce (I love Tobasco). Frank's is a hot sauce you can use more liberally to your liking because, while it's hot, it's not so hot you can't really dig into it and enjoy the rich flavor and spices.
I like to use this sauce to dip chicken tenders in, but you can also use it too cook buffalo wings, put it on eggs, French fries, burgers, whatever you like.
I like this size because I use a lot of it and it goes fast at smaller sizes.
I highly recommend this hot sauce.
It has less of a vinegar flavor than tabasco and you can taste the flavor.
If you like any kind of sauce with "insanity" in the title, Franks is probably not for you. If on the other hand
you are making buffalo wings for the wife and kids, want to spice up pepperoni pizza, scrambled eggs, or a cheeseburger
then Frank's is right up your ally.
Ingredients (as copied from the label): Aged cayenne peppers, distilled vinegar, water, salt - etc
Why 2 stars? This sauce lacks any character beyond a heavy dose of vinegar. If you happen to like a lot of vinegar in your hot sauce - then you'll love this sauce and my 2 star rating is way off base. I don't like anywhere near this much vinegar. I've blind taste tested over 30 hot sauces and there are many better ones.
What is interesting is that the original Tabasco sauce has a near identical taste to Franks once it is diluted.
You will find mention that this sauce was top rated by Cooks Illustrated. That is absolutely true but what these pundits fail to mention is this was a casual test, done in 2005, comparing only three hot sauces!
Suggestion: Since tastes vary and if you happen to like this sauce - then buy it in one of its larger sizes - at least 23 oz and consider the gallon size. They cost little more than the smaller sizes.
I'd encourage others to experiment with a sauce that is not so heavily laden with vinegar - you just might prefer any of these:
a) Huy Fong Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce - This sauce has considerable heat but it is nicely balanced against a bit of sweetness combined with a hint of garlic. Virtually every supermarket carries it - look in the Asian section! No vinegar.
b) Cholula Original Hot Sauce - features a fine blend of peppers - medium hot and readily available - look in the Mexican section. It has a hint of vinegar.
c) Valentina Salsa Picante Mexican Extra Hot Sauce - a great blend with more vinegar than the above but not too much.Read more ›
Boobs (just checking if you are still paying attention)
Chicken products - not limited to the wings
Mexican food - especially Trader Joe's Tamales which are f'ing delicious. Don't hate the player.
For those of you in the recipe game. Here is the recipe for Buffalo Sauce for wings: 1 Bottle of Franks for 1 stick of Butter. Heat on low. Stir. Boom. Dunzo.
It doesn't have the most kick in the world, but I ain't hatin, it just tastes good.
In conclusion, thanks Frank, you did good.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my favorite hot sauce. It has a great flavor and I use it on just about everything, even soup!! It's not tongue numbing hot, but it does have a nice kick.Published 10 months ago by Madison T. Edwards
I'm obsessed with this, the doctor said I should lay off because I was going thru a 23 Oz bottle every week, breakfast lunch and dinner, I ignored him, I shouldn't have, lately... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Alex Colllier
This hot sauce is just ok. Theres nothing really special about it. Not too say that it is bad. Its has more of a vinegar presence. I also find it a bit on the liquidy side. Read morePublished 14 months ago by A to Z
Well, this is more for the delivery than the actual sauce, the sauce tastes great, but, sadly, I won't be able to use it.
I just received my bottle in the mail today. Read more
I called Frank's, told they I liked the taste but did they make a low salt version? They said they do make one but for commercial use only. Read morePublished 21 months ago by MarkScola
This was my go-to hot sauce back in my High School days. But after years of using it, I've come to realize that it's nothing too special in the grand scheme of hot-sauces. Read morePublished 23 months ago by TheoStix
Franks Red hot is spicy but not overly spicy. Has a great flavor and goes great with.... Chicken to make spicy chicken strips or buffalo wing chicken. Read morePublished 24 months ago by PMB
Tried this and found this lacking any character and quite bland . In addition, I found an odd aftertaste that reminded me of cough syrup. Read morePublished on August 11, 2013 by M
I hated this sauce. To vinegar and not much flavour. Not a hot sauce . Its bland and simple I prefer a habanero sauce for a full fruity complex flavour. Read morePublished on May 10, 2013 by Blacksynth