Pineapple Marmalade - I've yet to have a hot sauce based on marmalade before! This is my first review from a Furious Sauces offering, these guys seem to have a knack for creating tasty sweet-based sauces. Along with the Pineapple Marmalade, ingredients pineapple juice, habanero peppers, crushed pineapples, and then the usual hot sauce fanfare of onions, sugar, salt, and yada yada. This concoction is a some of it's parts. Upon first taste you get a pineapple flavored rush of sweetness (but not overly pineapple-y), and then comes the burn of the habaneros. This sauce is not particularly not, especially in the realm of /r/spicy but it does have a noteworthy kick. Especially if you use this sauce what I believe it may be destined to be, doused on chicken wings for some sweet and spicy wings. Monstera's Agony paris best with chicken or shrimp, as well as other seafood or heck maybe a cheese and crackers spread. This Furious Sauce doesn't seem so angry, in fact it's quite sweet. But if you drench your protein in this stuff you'll definitely feel the heat.
Happy to hear you are liking Monstera's Agony! It's definitely meant to be poured all over your fish, seafood, chicken or used as a rub before cooking to give a nice kick and flavor.
We named this sauce after the Monstera plant that is native to Mexico and tropical rain forests. The plant itself grows a fruit called 'Monstera Deliciosa' (The Delicious Monster) which looks and tastes like pineapple.
A great sauce to give pork or shrimp a kick, a hint of sweet, but then watch out! Not just hot, but lots of flavor too.
We absolutely love Monstera's Agony on coconut shrimp!
Make no mistake, none of the Furious Sauces are for anyone who doesn't like things hot. If you do like some hotness, you owe it to yourself to try one of these. All the ones I've tried are outstanding. These aren't just hot, they are intensely and deliciously flavorful. These are the best hot salsas of the many I have tried.