Georgia Peach & Vidalia Onion Hot Sauce

One of the BEST hot sauces you’ve never heard of.

Georgia Peach and Vidalia Onion Hot Sauce has a medium heat. We love it on eggs or POURED onto tacos! Guys, if you love hot sauce but can’t get the wife to try any, this may be the sauce that will win her over. She will like this sweet hot sauce! Our friends, Justin and Pat buy it by the gallon!
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Its  medium heat is perfectly balanced with a sweet base (cane vinegar), and spicy chili flavor. Although this is not a dipping sauce, pour this sauce on something that is already cooked, like your favorite taco meat or bowl of chili with cheese on top, and you’ve just kicked things up a few notches! It really does shine on or in a cooked product. Out of the bottle, it’s slightly chunky, and tastes good, but it really needs to be married with a cooked dish. Peppers.com says it’s a good wing sauce, but we’ve not tried that yet (Future post).

Ingredients: (Fat Free):

  • water, cane vinegar, red chili puree
  • vinegar, peaches, jalapeno pepers
  • salt, minced onion, tomatoes
  • Vidalia Onions, cayenne pepper, capsium oil

(No refrigeration necessary – from our experience)

Georgia Peach and Vidalia Onion Hot Sauce is a top seller on most any site that sells it! We take it along anytime we are meeting friends at a happy hour that includes tacos, and it’s the first sauce everyone reaches for!

Made especially for Peppers.com, this sauce is a multi-award winner.

A few of the many awards this sauce has won:

2005 NBBQA Championship – Won 4th Place – Hot Sauce Category
2003 International Scovie Awards – FIRST Place Mild Hot Sauce
2002 Grand Prize Recipe Ingredients Rehoboth Beach Chocolate Festival
2001 International Champion Hot Sauce -National Barbecue Association.
2001 Boston’s Pig and Pepper Festival – 2nd Place Hot Sauce
2000 National Fiery Foods Challenge – 3rd Place – Fruit Hot Sauce.
2000 Champion Hot Sauce – Emmaus, Pa. Hot Sauce Festival.
2000 International Champion – National Barbecue Association Gourmet Show – 2nd Place.
1999 Chile Pepper Magazine Fiery Foods Challenge – 2nd Place.
1999 2nd Place Philadelphia Book & Cook Gourmet Show
1998 First Place Scovie Award Winner – National Fiery Food Show.
1998 Washington DC Hot Sauce Contest – 2nd Place.

With its Red Velvet Top and Gold Bow, this hot sauce would be the perfect gift for any hot sauce lover!

Georgia Peach & Vidalia Onion Hot Sauce – 5oz. – $5.95 each

Shipping: 1 bottle: $6.00, each add’l bottle $2.00 [quickshop:Georgia Peach Vidalia Onion 5oz.:price:5.95:shipping:6.00:shipping2:2.00:end]

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Comments

  1. What a great flavor combo! Can you actually taste the peach and vidalia onion? Poured over eggs, this sounds heavenly.

    Angelas last blog post..a culinary epiphany ends in squid

  2. Yes, it’s a sweet taste at first, then some jalapeno comes in with the heat, and the onion is there in the background.
    I just finished some tacos with Georgia Peach … watching football. Awesome Sunday evening!
    Wifey says she can definitely taste the peach.

  3. Brilliant. I look forward to trying this!

    Angelas last blog post..a culinary epiphany ends in squid

  4. I bought a bottle of this a few years back. Bought it on vacation in Ga. I like it a lot. Haven’t used it in awhile. May have to take it off the shelf and douse something with it.

    RisaG

    • Wow… sounds like you need a new bottle! It’s sweet and easy on the heat and a favorite of ours.

  5. I bought this a few days ago and I’m excited to review this tonight. I haven’t heard too many bad things about it.

    • Rudy, I don’t think you’ll hear anything bad about it.

      This was our go-to sauce on tacos for a few years. And is always a favorite for gifting around the Holidays. We buy it by the case, it’s that good.

      I think you’ll love it.

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