5 Local NH Hot Sauces

Some like it hot



 

 

Chileheads unite. If you are yearning for the burn, check out this list of hot condiments that are sure to spice up your life! Made in New Hampshire, find these in your local stores or on their websites. Did you know that hot peppers are rich in Vitamins A, C, B6, K, fiber and folate, and they boost your immune system?

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLACE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
IN A WORD

Sizzlin Sauces
36 Farrington Ave.
Conway
(603) 370-0585

Spittin Fire
 

  Medium hot. Fresh tasting. Hints of citrus and carrot. Sizzlin makes America’s #1 award-winning hot sauces from peppers grown in Conway.

Tip:  They have a very cool hot sauce of the month club and a pumpkin one to splash on your Thanksgiving turkey wings.

Fruity
Afterburn Hot
Sauce, Henniker
(603) 717-6154
XXXX Blow Your Ass Off Hot Sauce

 And you can see why it was so named. Lots of habanera peppers in this sauce, plus onions, garlic, tomatoes and carrots.

Tip: Go slow. Try a drop in a Bloody Mary. Just a drop.

Ouch!
Jehu Hot Sauce
Laconia
Smoked Apple Medium or Hot

 Sweet then hot. Really nice to cook with as well as use as a condiment.

Tip: Great recipe for Honey Apple Pork Loin on their website for using their Smoked Apple medium heat sauce.

Organic
Cheshire Garden
277 Burt Hill Rd.
Winchester
(603) 239-4173
 
The Mad
Hatter’s
Pepper
Preserve
Extra Hot

Softly set to easily spread on cheese and crackers, the extra hot is from being made with almost 3/4 red jalapenos.

Tip: Ingenious on a sandwich

Fiery
Swineheart’s Sauces
Meredith
(603) 856-4248
To The Moon BBQ Sauce

Sweet with heat. Habaneros and cayenne make it happen. Nice on ribs or stirred into pad Thai.

Tip: No high-fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors or coloring.

Natural

 

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