Tears Of The Sun is a delicious and dangerous blend of
habaneros and tropical fruit. Your taste buds will welcome the sweetness, then
the heat will rise like the sun on a hot summer day to blister your mouth. If
your food is crying for help, stop its tears with this sauce! Try it on grilled
chicken, pork chops, steamed cauliflower, and even on a cream cheese slathered
bagel. All natural, no artificial flavorings or preservatives, and gluten free.
Heat Level: 9/10 Hot!
Net Weight: 5 fluid ounces / 148 mL
habanero peppers, peaches, papaya, pineapple, mango, cider vinegar, brown sugar,
ginger, red pepper, salt, garlic.
1st Place Caribbean Style - 2014 World Championship Golden Chile Award
Best Over All Hot Sauce - 2011 Hot Pepper Award
1st Place Fruit Sauce - 2011 Hot Pepper Award
Recipe: Sweet 'n Hot Asian Chicken
Ready in under a half an hour, this quick main coarse is best served with
rice and/or steamed broccoli.
Prep. Time: 0:25
1/4 cup soy
2 Tbls. honey
1 Tbls. brown sugar
Tears of the Sun Hot Sauce
dried minced garlic OR 2 tsp. chopped fresh garlic
1 tsp. ground
1/2 cup flour
Sriracha Chili Dust Seasoning OR 1/2 tsp.
1 Lb. chicken breast meat, cut into thin strips
2 Tbls. vegetable oil OR olive oil
~ In a small bowl, stir together the soy sauce, honey, brown sugar, hot sauce,
garlic, and ginger. Set aside.
~ In a shallow dish, stir together the flour, seasoning or salt, and pepper.
~ Lightly coat chicken in seasoned flour and then place in a hot skillet with
~ Brown chicken on both sides and then pour in liquid mixture.
~ Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer until sauce has thickened and chicken is