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Salamander Sauces

Salamander Sauce Company is dedicated to creating all-natural sauces of distinction. Salamander sauces have a wonderful depth and complexity of flavor that unfold tantalizingly, always leaving you wanting more.

All of our sauces are handmade locally in small batches using fresh ingredients sourced from small local farms.

Hot Sauces

As an avid heat seeker, I've learned to appreciate the variety of flavors offered by different peppers, and the many ways they can blend with other ingredients.

I've found, however, that in the majority of hot sauces the fire overwhelms the flavor.

It has become my goal to create sauces where the flavors, like the mythical salamander, dance through the fire without being consumed.

Consumption, after all, is your job.

I invite you to judge whether I have succeeded.

Kickstarter

Salamander Sauce is on Kickstarter

We have launched a campaign to fund the first round of production of our sauces.

We would like to offer you the opportunity to support out efforts by backing us either here or on Kickstarter. We are offering the same rewards both places and we will keep a running tally of the combined funds. While our goal is $1000 on Kickstarter we are looking to break $7000 so we can also launch the Whiskey sauce!

We have Three buttons below, choose the appropriate one US, Canada or International (Rest of the world) and you will see the list of rewards. Please note, shipping is included in the reward level price. We like to make things easy!

Thank you, we truly appreciate your support!

Our Kickstarter story is below

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The World's most unique hot sauces that combine delicious depth and complexity while balancing tantalizing flavor and fire.

 This project is the result of my love for food and hot sauce. Help me share my passion with you! 

We have made significant progress these last few months thanks to some generous donors. We have the insurance, UPC codes, and most of the equipment and the test batches are being done. We are so close  to being able to produce the sauces! The first $1000 will be used to help fund the first round of production of the three initial sauces.

With your help we can begin production soon and have product for you and your friends in August!

As an additional bonus, if we hit $7000 we will be able to purchase the required permits and other necessities to expand the line to include our new Whiskey Hot Sauce so please spread the word!

After tasting our new Whiskey Sauce, one writer with a discerning taste for hot sauces felt compelled to offer us this description:

"Sultry and smooth, dark and alluring; one touch to your lips and you'll know what we mean. We've deepened the mystique of this seductively vibrant sauce with an infusion of whiskey, and from it, the depth of flavors that emerge dances between the dark notes of intrigue and hints of colorful whimsy. A single taste will do nothing to quell your desires. And like a distant lover emerging from the mist, you'll keep returning to her arms for one final kiss. Poignantly memorable."

I love hot spicy food but I just can’t find commercial hot sauces that I enjoy, so to solve this problem I decided to create my own. Rather than creating yet another vinegar-based concoction or one of those flavorless sauces whose only claim to greatness is their searing heat, I have taken hot sauces in a new direction.

Salamander Sauces where East meets West. 

By blending the traditions of the Orient and the Americas I have created a family of savory and textured sauces. A multitude of flavors intertwine to create a rich, layered palate underscored by the zesty heat which characterizes Western style sauces.

My philosophy is simple - hot sauces should be hot, but the heat should be matched by the flavor, the sauces should be made with the freshest locally sourced ingredients possible, and the sauces should be all natural. Following these principles I have created sauces which tantalize the palate with depth of flavor while still delivering a good hearty kick - sauces which compliment a wide variety of foods -sauces that balance Flavor & Fire.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING


Original: Origins. The foundation. We wanted to make a hot sauce that was seriously hot but also a serious sauce. So we took red bell pepper, habanero and jalapeno, and blended in carrot, garlic, ginger and cilantro. Smoky and intense, but also herbaceous, our original hot sauce brings extra fire to any food, but never burns.

Suggested Uses: Add it to soups, chowders and stews (that's a New England clam chowder in the video). Try it as a dipping sauce with chicken, beef or my favorite, smoked pork. Mix it with ranch dressing and use it in a wrap with chicken, cheese and greens. Make a spicy Bloody Mary or Bloody Maria. Shred some cabbage add lemon juice, a little mayo, salt, pepper and Salamander Original for a spicy slaw. Throw some on a steak and toss it on the grill, just be aware, grilling seems to tame the heat.


 

Tropical: The tropics are home to bright, sweet fruits and intense, sultry heat. This sauce captures both, with pineapple, papaya, mango and kiwi bouncing around the spice of habanero chilies and fresh jalapeno. Memorable but mellow, with fresh citrus and garlic for balance, it dances gracefully between refreshing and spicy.

Hot Sauce, it's not just for food anymore, introducing the Salamander Mojito!

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Suggested Uses: Use it on pork, chicken, steak and seafood. Tropical makes a great marinade, just put a nice coating on the meat, toss it in the fridge for a couple of hours then let the flames of the grill caress it. Use it as a dip for fried fish, put a drop or two on fresh oysters and clams. Tropical Margaritas with a kick anyone? How about Pina Coladas? How about Black Bean & Grilled Corn Chunky Salsa?



Strawberry: Sometimes sweetness is just a mask. The smell of ripe strawberries gives way to fiery habaneros that bite like no berry ever could. But then the cool, refreshing taste of fresh orange lingers on your tongue after the heat subsides, and the temptation of another sweet spoonful rises.

Suggested Uses: This sauce is the real surprise! Marinates pork chops with a little strawberry sauce for an hour or so then pan sear and finish it in the oven with a little more sauce. Put a drop on your fresh oysters. I love to dip my lobster salad slider in it and it goes really well with smoked pork and chicken too! Mix some with a little olive oil and champagne vinegar to make a great strawberry vinaigrette for your salad. What about after dinner? Try it over vanilla ice cream, cheesecake, sorbets or even warm apple pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. How about a drop with a nice stinky cheese and crackers? Great for cocktails too, add a kick to your daiquiri or make a strawberry margarita.

Warm Pecan pie with vanilla ice cream and Salamander Strawberry

Whiskey: Sultry and smooth, dark and alluring; one touch to your lips and you'll know what we mean. We've deepened the mystique of this seductively vibrant sauce with an infusion of whiskey, and from it, the depth of flavors that emerge dances between the dark notes of intrigue and hints of colorful whimsy. A single taste will do nothing to quell your desires. And like a distant lover emerging from the mist, you'll keep returning to her arms for one final kiss. Poignantly memorable

Suggested uses: Throw a dash in with Tequila and OJ. Add a kick of Flavor & Fire to soups, stews and chowders, grill a steak with it for that open fire taste... Let us know your favorite uses for it!