The name says it all. These sauces are hot and you can definitely feel it. The screaming faces on the bottles come to warn you about the heat that is contained in these sauces. The heat is not the only thing that pops out, the flavor is also worth it.
And who makes the fiery sauces?
The manufacturer founded his company in 1999 with the specialization on small batch sizes to develop the full flavors as gently as possible. He quickly developed a reputation for creating delicious and unique specialties. The brand Pain is Good stands for the very special hot sauce, which is really spicy and provided with the full force of chillies.
Meanwhile, the Kansas based company has received over 200 national and international awards and honors for its products. And the chilies? Only the very hard ones come out of the garden and into these sauces! Chili Hot Sauce extreme for those who love the line between pain and pleasure.
Pure or Dilute, the name is program and adds spicy fire to all dishes. Stop the kids stuff, start with thrifty drops and slowly approach the threshold of pain drop by drop. Because the Pain is Good Sauces from Original Juan Hot Sauce makes your taste buds shake and smoke your throat.
A real adrenaline kick in soups and sauces with a fine sour and animating aroma. The taste in the favorite dish Chili con Carne is particularly full-bodied. Just add a few drops and enjoy a really good chili!
Recipe: Classic chili with a fiery-spicy note
Chili con Carne with Pain is Good
For 5 Hungry Cowboys
Duration approx. 30min preparation and approx. 20min. for the preparation
- 1kg of lean minced meat
- 1 cup chopped onion
- 2 garlic cloves, chopped
- 1 tablespoon chili powder
- 1 ½ tablespoons of Pain is Good Hot Sauce (depending on tolerance)
- 1 tablespoon of ground cumin
- 1 ½ teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon of ground black pepper
- 2 cans of diced tomatoes
- 2 cans of beans - pinto or kidney beans, drained and rinsed
- Chilies for topping
- Cook the minced meat, onions and garlic over medium heat in a 5 liter saucepan. Cook for 8-10 minutes and stir occasionally.
- Add chilli powder, spicy sauce (Hehe .. ;-)), ground cumin, salt and pepper.
- Bring everything to a boil, then reduce the heat until it's simmering and add the beans.
- Stir occasionally and cook uncovered for 20-30 minutes until the desired thickness is achieved.