Themogenesauce Review

  1. Themogenesauce Review


    DSade sent me a bottle of this stuff to try out. I enjoy cooking quite a bit, and I really like spicy food, so I was looking forward to giving this stuff a try. My girlfriend made some Indian coconut curried chicken last night, so I figured I'd try it with that. The dish is already fairly spicy, so I thought it might be a good way to gauge/compare how spicy the sauce is.

    So it is definitely spicy stuff. I put a few drops on a piece of chicken and felt the spice come on pretty quickly. I'm familiar with burn and flavor from habaneros, and this was pretty similar, but I feel like the burn kicked in a little faster. I noted a fruity/berry taste, and also a flavor that almost seemed like horse radish (but without the nose burn). After using some more of it the flavor really grew on me. It's quite tasty.

    I think I'm going to try frying up some chicken wings, and toss them in a combo of this stuff and pastured butter. I can handle pretty spicy stuff, but this will be pretty spicy. We'll see how it goes.


  2. If a mod could fix the typo in "Thermogenesauce" in the thread title I'd appreciate it.

  3. I love this stuff, I mix it in ketchup and it's my favorite condiment!
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Ev52 View Post
    I love this stuff, I mix it in ketchup and it's my favorite condiment!
    That's a really good idea. I'll try that with some fries. It might be good in mayo too. I think it would definitely work with BBQ sauce.

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  6. Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    BUMPIN for any more feedback.
    Ill have some on the way with my glycomyx soon.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by 3clipseGT View Post
    Ill have some on the way with my glycomyx soon.
    Premixed? Gross.
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  8. im definitely picking this up.

    I love my chili. So this would be good for it.

    I also love ciracha, can this be used as a replacement for it?

  9. Rocking some east Indian Scotch Bonnet based hot sauce right now once that is out i will def be ordering this

  10. Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post
    im definitely picking this up.

    I love my chili. So this would be good for it.

    I also love ciracha, can this be used as a replacement for it?
    Not sure what the exact flavor or srirachi is, so you would have to evaluate the taste.
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  11. its like a spicy Ketchup for lack of a better discriptor. sweeter and thicker than something vingar based like Franks or something similar

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Bolanrox View Post
    its like a spicy Ketchup for lack of a better discriptor. sweeter and thicker than something vingar based like Franks or something similar
    This would be pretty different then. Much more complex flavor and burn.
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  13. looking forward to it

  14. That moment when you get up to turn on the printer, look back and see the cat stalking your Thermogenesauce Chicken Burrito and consider letting her get it....MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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  15. thats just cruel man.. possibly dangerous too

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Bolanrox View Post
    thats just cruel man.. possibly dangerous too
    She started it!!

    As a side note, the dog LOVES it.
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  17. My dog used to chew on my furniture, so I tried putting Dave's Insanity Sauce on it to stop him. He licked it off

    I tried it on a few other things. It tastes really good with Asian foods. I had some left over dim sum and tried it on some dumplings, and it really went well with the flavor (wasabi + ginger).

    I'm going to try making those wings in the next day or two, but I'm going on vacation on Thursday, so if I can't get to it this week then I'll make them next week.

  18. I might hit you up to taste test the new Asian Nuclear Fusion sauce. We need to dial in some really unique flavors.
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  19. Temping flavor!


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  20. Looking at a heavier garlic and wasabi, with low sodium soy, tamarind, mandarin orange, and lime.
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  21. that would work. any Asian inspired stuff goes great with lime i find

  22. Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    I might hit you up to taste test the new Asian Nuclear Fusion sauce. We need to dial in some really unique flavors.
    Sounds good!

  23. maybe some ginger...

  24. Quote Originally Posted by Ev52 View Post
    maybe some ginger...
    We already have the Zingerone in it, which contributes a decent ginger flavor.
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  25. Thermogenewings!

    EDIT: I can't post pics since my post count is still too low... just cut and paste this and add an http to the front: i.imgur.com/CRG1bl.jpg (or if someone wants to post the pic in here that would be great).

    The right is a (more or less) standard buffalo wing concoction. It's about 3 parts coconut oil + butter to 1 part Thermogenesauce. Normally I'd go half-and-half with something like Red Hot, and then add a bit of cayenne to bump the heat up, but since Thermogenesauce is already pretty spicy I went 3:1 and added a tbsp of apple cider vinegar. I also added 2tsp of honey to help it emulsify - it adds a tiny bit of sweetness, but doesn't really make it taste sweet per se.

    The left is my standard Asian wing concoction. Normally I use 1 part soy sauce, 1 part sriracha, 1 part honey and 1 part toasted sesame oil, along with 2tbsp of toasted sesame seeds, diced green onion and diced Thai chile. Again, since it's pretty spicy already, I cut the hot sauce content in half and made up for it with rice wine vinegar.

    I fried these up in a cast iron pan in about 1/2 inch of safflower oil at around medium-high heat. Just cook them until they get crispy on all sides (turn them over every few minutes to check - they should be a nice golden brown). Then toss with your wing sauce while still hot.
  

  
 

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