Recipe by Tom
"Hot sauce recipe inspired by many others, but unique. Very simple ingredients and easy to make. Has great heat with legs (the heat lasts), good pepper flavor, and the sweet balances the heat. I used salt substitute (66% KCl, 33% NaCl) for low-sodium diet. Servings below are in tablespoons."
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habanero peppers, stemmed and seeded
jalapeno peppers, stemmed and seeded
Fresno chile peppers, stemmed and seeded
chopped sweet onion
liquid smoke flavoring
salt to taste
Recipe is great. Simple yet a great end result! I chose to skip the brown sugar and add instead a half tsp of Splenda. I also left the seeds in for extra texture and heat! I used it on my chicken today and I'm still feeling the heat. Love it!
Step 1: Wear gloves! I didnt and my hands have been burning for 8 hours now. Followed the recipe to a T and I dont think I would change anything (except garlic, we love our garlic). Great Job! It is hot and this recipe makes more than I could use in 6 months.
good recipe and the ingredients can be played around with, I guess the darkening comes from the brown sugar and smoke. I've seeds on order, aji amarillo, cascabel and hot Thai so will use those this year.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hot Sweet Habanero Chile Sauce
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 1
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