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Bigfat's 2o8 Bajan Style Hot Sauce

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If you're a fan of mustard you are in for a real treat. Bigfat's 2o8 Bajan Style Hot sauce is a mustard based taste of the Caribbean brought to life with habaneros, garlic and a love of the islands. This is one pepper sauce you just can't get enough of.

Goes great with: Hot dogs, hamburgers, bratwurst, fried fish, pot stickers, pierogi, deviled eggs, mac and cheese, potato salad, sandwiches, pretzels, grilled cheese, with melted butter for seafood, pasta salad, anything you would normally use mustard on.

Ingredients: Water,onion, yellow mustard (distilled vinegar, mustard seed, salt, turmeric, paprika, garlic powder,spices), carrots, habaneros, garlic, vinegar, sea salt, Vitamin C (ascorbic acid).

5 0Z. bottle


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  • 5
    Best Flavour!

    Posted by Callie on 12th Apr 2017

    I tried this hot sauce at a pub in Chicago and couldn't get it out of my mind so I ordered some when I returned home to L.A. Seriously so good! Love the mustardy flavour, I put it on everything now!

  • 5
    Salad Dressing Anyone?

    Posted by Doc Schoonover on 9th Dec 2013

    Big Fat's Bajan Hot Sauce is a great addition to any salad dressing!! I used it first in my gilled pork salad in my dressing. I am on a very strict diet and just a few drops added an amazing flavor to my home made salad dressings and it meets the limited carbohydrate diet I am on. Doc

  • 5
    208 is great

    Posted by Paula Cruz on 30th Nov 2013

    If you're from the East Coast and eat Pork Roll and cheese you will love this will add a nice heat with amazing flavor! Add a little Spanish inion too!!!

  • 5
    Great flavor, really unique

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Oct 2013

    Very tasty flavor, good amount of heat. Great to add to eggs, chicken or pork dishes. Not the sauce if you just want to add heat without much effecting the flavor.