Jamaican Curry Hot Pepper Sauce - No. 3

Corine's Cuisine

Scotch Bonnet Peppers, Onions, Olive Oil, Apple Cider Vinegar, Garlic, Salt, Jamaican Curry

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About Jamaican Curry Hot Pepper Sauce – No. 3

Here’s what Corine’s Cuisine has to say about their Jamaican Curry Hot Pepper Sauce – No. 3:

This Jamaican curry pepper sauce blends the heat of Scotch bonnets with the rich island flavors of coriander, cumin, and allspice. This sauce is great with chicken!

Corine’s Cuisine

Spicy Addict Review

We weren’t quite sure what to expect out of this sauce before trying it. It has an interesting consistency and greenish-yellow hue. Now that we’ve tried it we can tell you it has a very unique flavor. If you’ve ever had Indian Achar, also known as spicy pickles (typically made from unripened mango and spices) you will have an idea of what this sauce is like, though it’s flavors are not quite a robust.

You notice the intense spices of Onion, Garlic, and Jamaican Curry first immediately followed by the tanginess of the Apple Cider Vinegar which gives it a citrusy quality. Flavors of Salt and the heat of and flavor of Scotch Bonnet Peppers then follow.

This sauce is about bold tangy flavors and spice. It goes well on steak, chicken, fish and more. We used it in place of a chimichurri sauce on a flat iron steak for a robust and flavorful dish.

Here’s our Flavor Profile Breakdown in order of flavor occurrence.
(0-None, 1-Slight, 2-Moderate, 3-Intense)

Savory: 3
Tangy (Vinegar & Citrus): 3
Salty: 3
Peppery: 2
Sweet: 0
Smoky: 0
Other Highlights: Jamaican Curry


Review by Chris Adams

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