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Really like Tabasco Smoked Chipotle..

post #1 of 17
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It has a real nice flavor and not too hot so you can apply a lot.

Tried some grilled chicken breasts smeared with this stuff (plus a little Mesquite smoke from grill), made for great Chicken Fajitas.
post #2 of 17
It is good stuff but then anything with chipotle in it is alright by me PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #3 of 17
I have chipotle in every cabinet, pantry, and shelf in our house. But there is no tabasco in any of them either. I cann't eat tabasco cause it makes me cough and the person sitting across from me really doesn't like getting the food I'm eating spat at them either.
post #4 of 17
LOL... tell them it was a pre-emptive strike, and they should have ducked!

And yes Chipotle are heavenly! Mmmmmm.
post #5 of 17
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But this is not like normal Tabasco. None of that Vinegar flavor.
It is almost a sweet smokey chilpotle flavor.
I agree, the other Tabasco sauces have a distinct flavor to them, this stuff is different IMHO.
post #6 of 17
I have recipe for honey chipolte baby back ribs that calls for the Tabasco chipolte it is some good stuff. I did a post about it awhile back where I included the recipe it should be in the pork forum if anyone cares to do a search. It is the favorite in our house that's for sure. I'd link it for u all but I'm on the I phone and have to get back to work tongue.gif
post #7 of 17
I am with Mballi...keep chipotle every where; dried whole, ground, in adobo... I like to use the adobo from a can of chipotles in place of hot sauce on tacos burritos etc.
post #8 of 17
I like to put some on pulled pork in lieu of a sauce.
post #9 of 17
I like it also and the green chili is good too.
post #10 of 17
I'm not a big fan of traditional Tabasco. It's what my Mom used when I swore when I was a kid. I don't eat much soap anymore either, but I still swear like a sailor (was one).

Green chili Tabasco is pretty good, but my favorite is Louisiana brand hot sauce. I recently bought a six pack of all of their different flavors and I've been enjoying them all. The original flavor mixed with butter makes a great hot wing sauce.
post #11 of 17
I love Chipotle big time. I have several different kinds and make a great mayo with it to use on sandwiches and the like. No Tabasco here - all my grandkids are hooked on Tapatio.
post #12 of 17
I, like many of you have outgrown the Tabasco products and found sauces I like better. The same goes for chipotle sauce. I have one that I encourage all to try: Bufalo Chipotle sauce. It runs about 90 cents a bottle in most of our grocery stores. Made in Mexico, Bufalo has been the best selling sauces there for years. It has a great chipotle taste, isn't super hot, but best of all it isn't water-thin like most sauces. It's more the consistency of Heinz 57 sauce and really stays with the food instead of running off. Do yourself a favor - try it and see if you don't agree.

Their Jalapeno sauce is by far my favorite - I go through a bottle a week by myself.

post #13 of 17
Thread Starter 
Have you tried the Tabasco Chipotle. It is also thick, not watery.
I have other hot sauces that I like, Including Dave's Insanity Sauce.
post #14 of 17

Great idea!

I too love the chipotle tabasco sauce! Hadn't crossed my mind to use it as a marinade, rub, baste, etc... Ribs sound like the perfect chipotle delivery system! PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #15 of 17
This weekend before the red wings game, I ate at a church that was converted into a restaurant. It is called the Clarkston Union in Clarkston, MI. They are famous for their Macaroni n' Cheese. I added the smoked chipotle tabasco sauce to the macaroni and it was awesome. I have since bought a bottle and rubbed it on some pastrami I made this weekend. Sorry no pictures so it didn't happen...but it was good!
post #16 of 17
Yes, I have and use it as well. The Bufalo is quite a bit thicker, and has more of the fruit flavor of the pepper as well as the chipotle taste.
post #17 of 17
I started buying the Chipotle Tobasco sauce when i first ate at a (surprise) Chiptole. I do love that sauce...smokey tangy goodness. I will try some of the others mentioned here too...i love chipotle sauces. We have a store in town called chile traders...and they have some hot stuff. They sell that "Da Bomb" hot sauce that a end of a toothpick dipped in the stuff will light your mouth up. Lots of good sauces and salsas tho. I also got a pack of 3 Budweiser sauces for Christmas and they are surprisingly good. I just tried a new sauce last week Big Rick's and its really good too.
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