A few of my favorites for the heat lovers out there. Please add suggestions of sauces you love!
  1. Valentina Salsa Picante
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    Slightly sweet, heavy pepper flavor. Great on nachos. Mild enough for the heat-timid.
  2. The Pepper Plant Original California Style
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    Not too hot. A bit earthy. Not specifically Asian or Latin. Good on fries and eggs, or do as I do and slather it over chicken before roasting or grilling.
  3. Huy Fong Foods Chili-Garlic Sauce
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    Think of this as chunky, much more flavorful sriracha. Though it's Vietnamese in origin, I use it in almost every Asian dish I cook, along with many other foods. It's outrageous spooned over a casserole dish of mac and cheese and popped under the broiler to get brown and crisp.
  4. Sabra Red Schug
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    Pronounced "skoog." If you've ever been to a proper falafel shop, they most likely make their own schug. Sabra make a spicy, slightly sweet prepared version that is delicious with pita, grilled meats, or stirred into yogurt as a spicy vegetable dip.
  5. Tennessee Red Lightnin' Hot Sauce
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    Habanero-based, with just enough sweetness to balance it out. Still, not for tender tongues.
  6. Marie Sharp's Habanero Pepper Sauce
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    Another habanero-based sauce that packs a spicy punch, but its carrot, garlic, and citrus flavors are also present, making it a bit more complex. I like to swirl it into softened butter and glaze grilled steak with it.
  7. CaJohn's El Chupacabra
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    This one is not for the faint of heart. It's got a sneaky burn that starts out slow and easy and eventually leaves you on the floor. But like, in a good way...if you're into that kind of thing.
  8. Sambal Oelek
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    Perfect when you want to add heat without impacting the flavor of the dish. It’s not really used so much as a condiment as it is used for cooking.
    Suggested by @aminatou
  9. Harissa
    I like the version at Cafe Mogador which they also sell in jars to take home.
    Suggested by @aminatou
  10. Chalula!
    Goes well with "Mexican" food
    Suggested by @gaseous_clay
  11. Secret aardvark
    Suggested by @Jesse
  12. Chili Crunch
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    crack
    Suggested by @Lilysaltz
  13. Tapatio
    Suggested by @Lilysaltz
  14. Dark Heart Praline Picante Chili Sauce per @molliekatzen
  15. Matouk's West Indian Salsa Picante Hot Sauce
    Wildly flavorful spicy/fruity situation. Hot but not too hot. A little goes a long way. Papaya, pickled habanero, garlic, and mustard are the culprits. A real treat.
    Suggested by @tothemaxxx