Saturday, November 30, 2019

Tabasco is One of Well Known Louisiana Sauce Brands

Tabasco sauces in the Louisiana restaurants

I just aware recently that sauces Tabasco brand is originally from Louisiana or made in Louisiana with headquarter in Avery island.

Tabasco brand was produced about 151 years ago, 1868. Since then, the company run by families of Edmund Mcllhenny descendants.

The first sauce was called as “Pepper Sauce,” then Tabasco has developed several varieties of sauces, include:
- Green pepper sauce
- Chipotle pepper sauce
- Garlic pepper sauce
- Habanero sauce
- Sweet and spicy sauce
- Buffalo style sauces

Main ingredients of Tabasco sauces are tabasco peppers (Capsicum frutescens), salt and vinegar. 

These main ingredients are mixed with other flavor or style either from local or outside (foreign) resources to create new variety of sauces.


Habanero sauce of Tabasco brand

I myself love to consume Habanero pepper, and Sweet and spicy sauces. Habanero is the hottest sauce of Tabasco.

Interestingly, Habanero sauce is Jamaica style sauce, made of Habanero pepper, mango and papaya. A kind of fruity sauces from Caribbean.

Sweet and spicy sauce is Asian style flavor sauce. The sauce could be used for multiple purposes:
- ingredient for salad dressings
- glazing for grilling meats
- basting shrimp and chicken
- good dip for pried chicken, spring rolls, fried potatoes and spring rolls.

Have you tried Tabasco sauces from Louisiana?

104 comments:

  1. Es una buena salsa la prefiero a la salsa de tomate y no sabía que era de Loisiana, Te mando un beso

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  2. kenapa aku malah teringat tembakau ya baca brand saus ini

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  3. We grew up using this brand:) Love it!

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  4. Hi Evi we use this brand too,I didn't realise tgat there was that many different sorts of hot sauce xx

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  5. Evi, I have never tried Tabasco sauces. I believe they are delicious!

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  6. I love tabasco! Wish my stomach loves it as much as I do LOL

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  7. Por aqui en casa siempre la tenemos a la mesa. Es deliciosa. Saludos amiga.

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  8. I don't eat Tabasco, but I noticed it's very popular here in South Carolina.

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  9. Sai che adopero solo un po’ di pepe nero e un po’ di peperoncino e niente salse, solo erbe aromatiche.
    Ciao Evi, buon inizio di dicembre e buona domenica:)
    sinforosa
    p.s. qui in Italia il maltempo non lascia tregua

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  10. I don't use these spices to smell me from them from the stroke.

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  11. I love the taste of the Tabasco on a lumpia!
    Do you know what that is?

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  12. I'm not familiar with the Tabasco sauce but I'm a great lover of peppers of any kind, color and taste.
    Thanks for the interesting info.

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  13. I don't do well with chilli or spicy but my partner loves hot sauces!

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  14. I used to work as a bartender in Nusa Dua, Bali. I made 'Bloody Mary' with Tabasco sauce

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  15. Great, i love the Taste!

    Happy Sunday

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  16. I didn't know that it is from Louisiana but I love tast so much. It is one of my favorite sauce.

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  17. Oh, my dad loved it so much! Although I don't, but I didn't know it was made in Louisiana, interesting!
    xx

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  18. That sounds very interesting!!    

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  19. I love it. I think there was a great piece about it on 60 Minutes or CBS Sunday Morning last year. Yum!

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  20. I don't like spicy things so I've never tried Tabasco before!

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  21. Hi Evi, yes, we use Tabasco sauce and have done for years. Just a tiny drop or two in many kinds of recipes make a world of difference and give a little zing!
    Cheers and have a great December xx

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  22. One of my favorites, Evi, but in other times ... when I could do it. It has also left me a wonderful memory because its consumption opened me to the delights of good wine that I also miss so much.

    Huge hugs and very happy week, Evi.

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  23. También es conocido por diferentes partes del mundo.

    Besos

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  24. I know those sauces to see them in the free shop. I never bought them, but now that I read your post, I may buy one to try! Kisses

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  25. Estupendo post! Espero verte pronto por mi blog ! Feliz día! ❄️❄️❄️

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  26. Bel post, conosco e uso la salsa di Tabasco.
    Buon inizio settimana.

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  27. O nieee, takie pikantne eksperymenty nie dla mnie :D Podziwiam!

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  28. I like this sauce esp with pizza.

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  29. I tried habanero sauce before, but i didn't like it. I am a big fan of Cholula sauce. :)
    Happy monday, dear, Evi!

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  30. Great post but personally I hate the taste of Tabasco :-)

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  31. Acredita que sou um pouco alérgica a pimenta, tenho que consumir com moderação se não o meu coração dispara
    Beijos ♡ Blog | Instagram | Youtube

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  32. Tabasco is also known here. My husband loves him.

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  33. I will trying it, pouring it into my instant noddle bowl...

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  34. It has been a long time since I have been to Avery Island where Tobasco sauce is made. I don't really use it much - too spicy for me.

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  35. There is a sweet version of Tabasco?! I did not know this. That would be fun to drizzle on certain dishes.

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  36. Es un producto que no suelo utilizar, así que esa culturilla que me he llevado.
    B7s

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  37. today i am going to eat sth with tabasco:D

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  38. Me encanta el tabasco. Gracias por la información;)

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  39. yes i love Tabasco from Lousianna!!
    Greetings Anita

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  40. I have one on my kitchen shelf.
    Amalia
    xo

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  41. I didn't know that Tabasco went from Louisiana!
    Even here in Italy is pretty used too (even if in the major part of the cases we prefer to use fresh peppers, not sauce)!
    XO
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.com

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  42. It's too hard to find a company which is 150 years old in Turkey! This is great!

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  43. Dear Evi!
    I don't know this sauce. I haven't met him in my country.
    Hugs and greetings.
    Lucja

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  44. I don't know this sauce. In Austria you can't buy this.
    Have a nice week

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  45. Los condimentos hacen mas agradables las comidas

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  46. Todo se ve estupendo! Espero que tengas un buen día! ☃️☃️☃️

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  47. i so love your posts full of interesting knowledge dear Evi :)

    i love capsicum so i would love to try this one

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  48. blessings to your lovely life my friend !

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  49. I had the opportunity to try these sauces :-)

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  50. Non solo non ho mai provato il tabasco della Luisiana ,ma non ho mai provato il tabasco in generale !!! Comunque ho letto il tuo post con interesse. Saluti

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  51. Aquí en España también son muy utilizadas diversas salsas de Tabasco o similares en muchos platos.
    Cordiales saludos y buena semana.

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  52. ¡Buenos días, Evi!

    A tu pregunta te digo: que esta salsa de Louisiana creo que es la misma que se vende aquí en España, aunque desconozco si se vende mucho o poco, ya que en este país que jugó un papel muy importante, en la "antigua ruta de las especias", que se traían desde Oriente, para su distribución por el viejo continente europeo, es tradición condimentar las comidas con especias naturales, y se usan muy poco las salsas comerciales.
    Me gustó mucho tu entrada....Como siempre.
    Que tengas una feliz semana.

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  53. Thank you for your nice words and support!
    I appreciate!
    Hugs!

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  54. Me gusta como condimento en algunos platos.
    Un abrazo.

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  55. Yes, I've tried tabasco and I like spicy food.

    Kisses

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  56. Tabasco is too hot for my taste buds, but I do like milder hot sauce found in Thai food.

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  57. No me gusta el picante, pero a mi cuñado le encanta!

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  58. Unfortunately, I never add any sauces, mayonnaises, etc. but my fiance would probably like it: D

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  59. I will use it if the food is too bland.

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  60. I haven't tried these sauces - I feel they would be too spicy for me ☺
    greetings
    Lili

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  61. Tu blog es muy interesante y cultural.

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  62. Love a sauce with flavor. Need to try this one!

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  63. Que maravilhoso. Não conhecia!
    Ótima resenha, bem explicado!
    Beijos.
    http://vinteedoisdemaio.blogspot.com/

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  64. I neither knew that Tabasco is from Louisiana - although I like it!
    xx Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  65. Replies
    1. great facts :), unfortunately I dont like Tabasco - too spicy for me

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  66. Gagal fokus sayah, kirain tadi tobaco hehehe

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  67. Great post.

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  68. Tabasco is so good, great post

    Kisses
    www.pimentadeacucar.com

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  69. I love tabasco sauce but I don't know if there is the same in Austria 😊

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  70. Thanks for the Information! Have a nice day!

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