Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Adoboloco Hawaiian Hot Sauce

Adoboloco Hawaiian Hot Sauce

Prepping the Kabobs!
I recently made steak shish-kabobs and topped them with hot sauce from the Hawaiian Islands, Adoboloco. I was corresponding with the Adoboloco hot sauce creator about Moruga Scorpion Pepper growing and he sent me some seeds from Hawaii. He sent me the seeds in a package that seemed large and when I opened it, I was thrilled to see a bottle of Hawaiian Adoboloco Hot Sauce along with some cool stickers. Being a food blogger and urban gardener here in NYC, I was so glad to receive the seeds and their hot sauce was a big bonus. Thanks!

I wanted to have the sauce with fresh food, so I made shish-kabobs. The shish-kabobs were made with cubed London Broil Steak, Onions, Amphora Herb Infused Olive Oil (Thanks Robert and Sheri), Sweet Orange Bell Peppers, Green Bell Peppers, Kosher Salt and Ground Cracked Black Pepper. The shish-kabobs were cooked in a Foreman Grill to perfection. Then I added the Hawaiian Adoboloco Hot Sauce to the meat and veggies on the halfway point and added more when cooking was completed. This added a good heat to both the beef and vegetables.
Nice steaming Kabobs, Just add more Adoboloco!

Adoboloco have many different sauces and do batches according to the harvest and local crops they grow. The ingredients are great, fresh tasting items like Hawaiian Peppers, Apple Cider Vinegar (Distilled), Sea Salt and Garlic. The heat on the Hawaiian Adoboloco Hot Sauce is hot, does not linger but has bold flavor. They also have hotter sauces for the more extreme, but this is a great one for fans of both heat and flavor. I can recommend Adoboloco to my chili-head fans and friends with confidence. Order some now, it is Ono Brah.

For further information and to order, please visit: 

Hawaiian Adoboloco Hot Sauces: Website

Adoboloco on Facebook: Official Facebook

-Allen/Two Frys

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