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Is it hot in here or what?
Yes, it is. We thought about going hunting for hot pepper sauce in the grocery store. Who knew there were so many brands?
If you’re having difficulties locating hot pepper sauce, then take a scroll down with us to the following aisles.
Where would hot sauce be in grocery store?
To find hot pepper sauce, always check the Condiments aisle in any grocery store first.
It’s where they keep all the mustards and spices together, although some grocery stores have a separate Spice/Seasonings aisle.
Some stores have a Delicatessen within them, so you can ask for hot pepper sauce there.
To save time, you can ask the store’s employees to direct you.
Where to shop for hot pepper sauce
Judging by its name, you can tell this one sure place to find hot pepper sauce. Savory Spice houses is a purveyor of spices, herbs, and seasonings.
Presently, they have the expensive Aleppo pepper hot sauce in the Chiles and Paprikas section. It’s not the hottest sauce out there, as it’s got medium to low heat.
But it compensates with a fresh, earthy flavor you’re sure to love.
Amazon’s collection is steaming with some enticing hot pepper sauce brands. Currently, it has the likes of Elijah’s Xtreme Ghost pepper hot sauce and the Roland Foods Calabrian Chili peppers in vinegar. They’re both available for delivery, along with the other brands of hot pepper sauce.
- CALABRIAN CHILI PEPPERS: Add a rich and spicy accent to pizzas and sauces
- SPICY AND SMOKY: Spicy whole peppers with a vinegary kick
- READY TO EAT: Enjoy the marinated red peppers directly with no preparation needed
- RESTAURANT QUALITY: Ideal for use in food service or in the home
- IMPORTED FROM ITALY: A gourmet international specialty food product
Walmart has a Condiment aisle you can check for hot pepper sauce. If you’d rather order online, you can check out these hot pepper sauce brands.
Whole Foods Market
Whole Foods Market sells products like the Jamaican Curry hot pepper sauce. You can’t order them online, so prepare to take a drive to any of the store’s outlets.
Kroger is our go-to plug for cheap grocery items. There, you’ll find good brands like Frank’s RedHot Cayenne pepper sauce going for as low as $1.59, and Melinda’s hot pepper sauce at $3.99. Both are eligible for in-store pickup, pickup and delivery, but only Melinda’s hot sauce is available for shipping.
Meijer has varieties of hot pepper sauce brands to choose from. Some are currently on sale, so if you want to get the best price slash offers, now’s your chance.
Trader Joe’s has loads of sauces on its online platform, including recipes you might like to try. It has the Spicy Chunky tomato & pepper pasta sauce.
Just by looking at it, our mouths are watering already. Also, it has its own special brand, which is the Trader Joe’s Chili Pepper Sauce.
Sadly, you can’t order it from Trader Joe’s website, but you can order it from Amazon. Alternatively, you can check it out at any of the store’s outlets.
Presently, H.E.B’s online platform is stocked with multiple hot pepper sauce brands. They’re available for delivery and curbside pickup.
What is the hottest hot sauce you can buy at the grocery store?
It’s hard to pick just one, but here are some of the best hot sauces on Amazon that can set your tongue on fire.
Though rumor on the streets have it that the Valentina Salsa Picante Mexican Sauce is possibly the best and hottest hot sauce there is.
But it won’t put you in the ER section of the hospital, that’s for sure.
That aside, there are other great hot sauce brands like the Frank’s RedHot, which is perfect for wings, and the Louisiana Hot Sauce with medium heat.
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