Frank's RedHot® Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce
4.75 / 5 based on 4,083 Reviews
THE PERFECT BLEND OF FLAVOR AND HEAT
Frank's RedHot® Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce is made with a premium blend of aged cayenne peppers that add a kick of heat and a whole lot of flavor to your favorite foods. The great taste of Frank's RedHot® made our hot pepper sauce the secret ingredient in the original Buffalo wings created in Buffalo, NY in 1964. Try our Original Buffalo Chicken Wing recipe for authentic restaurant taste.
Aged Cayenne Red Peppers, Distilled Vinegar, Water, Salt And Garlic Powder.
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El producto tiene buena calidad, lo recibi gracias a influenster para probarlo totalmente gratis. Tiene un precio accequible para los clientes
Soooo good!!! I love cayenne pepper!! I eat spicy sauces with almost everything!! Definitely recommend trying this one, so yummy and spicy!!!!
This bottle is almost gone in my house everyone loves it definitely has a spice kick to it goes perfect with tacos or any thing in that matter
Absolutely love it! Used to to make wings and buffalo chicken dip which is my fav and it was great not too much of a kick and it tasted great.
This is something you should always have in your house. The buffalo style is great for wings or chicken. Or mix up in a salad for some flavor
Delicious sauce with just enough spice. The vinegar hits your throat and causes a party in your mouth. Love this stuff on more than just wings!
I love it not tooo spicy but it still has a good tang to it! To be honest I love putting this on almost everything, it's seriously really good!
There's not enough starts to give this sauce! It's beyond amazing. I put it in and on all my food it's just doesn't taste complete without it!
Recibí este producto en la Tasty Box y de verdad estoy muy contento con el sabor ya que no es un picante muy fuerte y es perfecto como me gusta
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Does anyone else use the original sauce instead of the Wing sauce for chicken wings?
Does anyone else drench their steak in this ?
Is this good on pork?
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