Silagy Sauce- Roasted Habanero Sauce Review

silagy-sauce-roasted-habanero-sauceSince I loved the Silagy Cilantro Lime Serrano so much, I thought I should give another of their flavors a shot. So, today I will be sharing my findings on the Silagy Sauce Roasted Habanero. Always fun to share a hot sauce review with all of you, so here we go!

Silagy Sauce

I must say, I am pretty impressed with this hot sauce brand thus far. You can read about the Cilantro Lime Serrano Sauce in another of my posts from a couple months ago, but long story short, it is delicious!

The freshness and purely fabulous flavor of the previously mentioned Silagy Sauce made it a no brainer that I had to try another of their offerings. They have a few to choose from, but I ended up going with the Roasted Habanero Sauce…”Fire Roasted Perfection”, as the label

Just as the the first hot sauce of theirs that I tried, this one too has a beautiful unique flavor. It doesn’t taste like any other hot sauce that I can recall. It is truly amazing how many of these hot sauces (from all the different companies) that I try seem to have somewhat similar ingredients, yet those ingredients are capable of coming together in such a wide variety of flavors.

Fresh Flavor

The ingredients are as listed: Fresh Peppers, Vinegar, Water, Onions, Carrots, Spices, Fresh Garlic, Salt, and Xanthan Gum.

It is a fairly thick sauce. It smells and tastes delicious. Oddly, my favorite thing to eat it on is steak fingers. Which are really just mini chicken fried steaks. I came across them in the freezer section at Safeway. I used to love steak fingers when I was a kid, so I was really excited to try them.

Since last Christmas I have been addicted to my air fryer and I am always looking for something new to air fry. These steak fingers are awesome! Top them with some of this fresh tasting, somewhat spicy Roasted Habanero Sauce, and they are to die for!


This sauce has a very pleasant heat. It isn’t overwhelming, but it is definitely there. I just ate a good dose of some to really pay attention to the heat. It has been about one minute, and I can still feel a slight tingle, but it is mostly gone.

That is actually my typical preference on spiciness, because if you are going to be putting some sauce on several bites in a row it starts to build up. If you have a super duper hot sauce, then it can get to be too much if you are trying to eat a meal and not just test yourself on what you can handle.

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I gave this an overall rating of “8”, because although I really like it, I don’t think this particular flavor profile goes with everything. I haven’t really cared for it on tacos or chicken. I have liked it in some pasta salad, and of course the steak fingers.

I gave it a “7” for heat, because it isn’t super spicy. However, if I were grading it on the spiciness being what I like I would give it a “9”. It could be just a little hotter.

All in all, this is a really yummy hot sauce. I will for sure buy it again when I run out. That is 2 for 2 for Silagy Sauces! That is a rarity. I will absolutely be trying their other sauces soon!

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions I would love to hear from you. Please feel free to leave a comment and I will get back to as soon as possible. Thanks for reading, and I will talk to you again soon!




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4 Comments on “Silagy Sauce- Roasted Habanero Sauce Review”

  1. I was looking for something new to use as a “breakfast hot sauce”, i.e. must go well on eggs, and preferably on hash browns and breakfast potatoes too.

    I’ve historically used Tapatillo (reliable grocery store stand-by almost anywhere), Pico Pica (sometimes hard to find), and Pepper Plant (not easily available in Pacific Northwest?), but didn’t find those in our Portland metro grocery stores (Safeway, Fred’s, Albertsons, etc.). I like Yucateco, but not so much on eggs. Marie Sharp’s would’ve worked okay too, but I wanted something else this time.

    I’d almost resigned myself to another bottle of Tapatillo or a Cholula (not a go-to favorite), but saw the shelf with a few bottles I wasn’t familiar with — including a couple flavors of Silagy Sauce. On a whim I tried this Roasted Habanero and am quite happy I did.

    It’s a little thicker and not as watery as some of the other grocery store stuff, and is a brown rather than red, which I’ve anecdotally found often indicates a hot sauce I’m going to like better — and the rule of thumb definitely held up here. Silagy is a bit sweet, but has good smokey taste, and enough heat to kick you just a little bit without overwhelming the flavor. You notice the garlic in a good way.

    I actually went a little light with the Silagy on my eggs, but since it turned out well I’m going to be a little more aggressive with it next time, and go for it on breakfast potatoes too.

    Definitely recommended!

    1. Glad you tried the Silagy Sauce! I really love it! I actually just bought another bottle of the Roasted Habanero last week! The Serrano Silagy Sauce is also very delicious. My girlfriend loves to put that one on her eggs. For me personally, Tabasco is my go to for breakfast most of the time. Just can’t seem to kick the habit.

      Thanks so much for sharing your hot sauce adventure!

      I see that you said you like Yucateco Chile Sauces…have you tried their Caribbean Hot Sauce. It’s one of my new obsessions. If you haven’t, I highly recommend it!

  2. I’m glad to see Silagy get this positive press. I’m local to them but it hasn’t created a bias. I’ve tried TONS of hot sauces and they changed the game for me. The heat, balance, and freshness of their sauce is a wonderful combination. So wonderful its helped mold the patterns I take in my own hot sauces. I would suggest anything from them. On their website you will also find ghost sauce(super hot), hatch sauce (very much like serrano), and two that I want to recommend to you as they are small batches are the smoking habanero with bale breaker stout in it, and fire roasted habanero with ex novo IPA in it. Wonderful twists to great recipes.

    1. Yes, they are really great sauces! Definitely some of the best I have ever tried. So fresh and so flavorful! I have the Hatch Chili Sauce you mentioned here, the Fire Roasted Habanero, and the Smoking Habanero. I don’t know if those are different than the small batches with Breaker Stout/IPA. I will check that out right away. I have not tried the Ghost Sauce either. I plan to do reviews on some of the other Silagy Sauces I have picked up recently. Really excited to try any flavors I haven’t yet seen. Thanks for your comment!

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