I have several mason jars of dried pepper powder in my cupboard from this year's pepper crop. It's come in handy for a lot of things like ramen noodles. Lately I've been putting about 1/8 of a teaspoon in my popcorn oil along with my popcorn seasoning and making spicy popcorn. It is pretty awesome although it turns your kitchen and several adjoining rooms into a toxic gas chamber lol. I was wondering about hot sauce popcorn? I'm not talking about drizzling hot sauce on finished popcorn. I was wondering if anyone has ever tried adding some of their own favorite hot sauce directly to the popcorn oil and then popping their corn in that? Will the heat of the boiling oil change the hot sauce for the worse or is this a way to get all the kernels evenly spiced and flavored?