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hot sauce

noun
1.
any of several highly spiced, pungent condiments, especially one containing some type of pepper or chili.
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  • It also explains why the cafeteria manager kept yelling at me to stop eating from the communal hot sauce bowl.
  • Next, subjects added as much hot sauce as they wanted to a cup of water they believed another subject would have to drink.
  • Hot-wing aficionados will flip for these grilled shrimp, seasoned with bottled hot sauce and melted butter.
  • Stir in the remaining tablespoon of toasted sesame oil and the hot sauce.
  • Add a dash of hot sauce and top with sliced jalapeños, if using.
  • Spice up leftover gravy with a little hot sauce or chili paste.
  • Similar to this mixture, you can soak a cotton ball in hot sauce and place it in pot of a houseplant to repel insects.
  • Too much vinegar or hot sauce in a marinade can have the opposite effect, causing the meat to be stringy and tough.

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