REVIEW: Lucky Dog Hot Sauce – Green Label Mild Fire-Roasted Pepper Sauce

2 - Green Label Mild Fire-Roasted Pepper Sauce

We are at our 2nd review for Lucky Dog Hot Sauce. The first one was for their Red Label Medium Fire-Roasted Pepper Sauce. The main difference between these two hot sauces is the habanero which is not present in this jalapeno & serrano pepper blend. Hence the reason we go from medium to mild in the heat level. Mind you though there are plenty of people out there that consider jalapeno and serrano peppers medium, so to each their own. The Red label got awesome reviews including 2 perfect and 1 nearly perfect scores from 3 out of our 4 reviewers. Will this one live to the lofty expectations of it’s brother? One has to watch to find out. Our review team once again is Revtommy2tone and his bud Crimsonsteel which might be shedding that monicker for his real alter ego Rick Averyt. Plus we have Derrick Wood and Steve “2Hot2Eat” Smith.

Revtommy2tone & Rick Averyt

Derrick Wood

Steve Smith

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5 thoughts on “REVIEW: Lucky Dog Hot Sauce – Green Label Mild Fire-Roasted Pepper Sauce

  • April 19, 2013 at 10:39 am

    Hey guys, I had pizza for dinner the night that I did this review and I put that ranch mix on the pizza as well. My wife gave me the idea because she always puts ranch on her pizza so I started doing it too. It’s good as is but adding the Lucky Dog to the ranch turns it into an entirely new experience. You should try it sometime and don’t be stingy with the Lucky Dog. I mixed it almost half & half. Enjoy!

  • April 19, 2013 at 1:08 pm

    Nice reviews guys! Thanks again and I’m excited to hear what you think of the Orange Label – I think you’re gonna dig it.

    The Green is also great mixed 2:1 with Mayo for a spicy sandwich spread. You can also drizzle about a tsp into an oil & vinegar dressing to make a spicy salad dressing.

    Again, really appreciate you all taking the time to review my products. Thank you!

  • April 19, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    Oh, one other thing to try with the Green Label – 2 Tbsp LDHS Green Label, 1 Tbsp melted butter, 1 tsp brown sugar. Whisk until blended. Baste chicken (skin on) and bake – turns to a nice sweet/spicy glaze and the brown sugar makes the chicken skin a bit crispy. Really tasty!

  • April 19, 2013 at 1:20 pm

    This is really a good mild all purpose sauce. When I say all purpose I really can see this pairing up with anything. I have had it with Fish, Chicken, Beef and Pork. Mild enought that you will just pour it on so you better order extra bottles. Nice consistency too. Scott also ships out very fast and I like that!

  • April 20, 2013 at 11:40 pm

    Derrick, nice new camera…it’s about time!

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