Monday, November 24, 2014

Hot Sauce Recipe - How to make the best homemade hot sauce

It is hard to compare this hot sauce to anything I have had before.  I completely rocks and I hope you give it a try!
 

Here are the wings I used this sauce on - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxRdWPUSogk

Crush salt and sugar and dissolve in water.

Place peppers and garlic in a glass jar.

Pour salt/sugar water combination over peppers/garlic.  Cover and place in a cool dry place for 1 week.

After a week pour into a blender and blend smooth.  Pour into a pan along with the onion and white vinegar on high heat.  Bring to a boil and reduce heat to low and simmer until reduced by 50%.

Let cool and pour back into blender, blend until completely smooth.

Pour into staralized glass containers.

2 T Sea Salt
2 T Turbinado Sugar
Red Jalapeños
Red Habaneros
Cayenne Peppers
10 gloves garlic
2-3 Cups Water
1/2 C White Vinegar
1 Small Onion, peeled and quartered

26 comments:

  1. Yes indeed, this looks like a very tasty recipe.
    Great color too!

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  2. Thanks Joe! Right now this is my go to sauce.

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  3. Hi there, just wondering how many of each pepper you use for this recipe? Really want to give it a try, it looks great, thanks.

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    1. Hi Kyle - I am guessing about a cup* of each. It was a half gallon container that I fermented it in.

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    2. I used a half gallon container and about 3 cups of peppers and needed about twice as many. Hope that helps

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  4. Made a half gallon last month it was awesome!
    Used mostly chimayo peppers and some poblanos

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  6. hello! how much habaneros, jalapeños, and pepper did you put in the 1/2 gallon jar? I want to do this but I will you the bird's eye chilli. Thank you!

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  7. How long will this sauce stay good?

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    1. I am guessing you could can it it you want to. I have kept it a few months in the fridge.

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  8. I like to eat a lot especially if it has a hot sauce.

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  9. I made these last year with the chimayo and poblano pepper. my second batch I filled a two gallon crock with mostly chimayo a few poblano and 3 or 4 jalapeño. I made about a 5x batch. I added more garlic and onion. I ended up with a gallon of the most flavorful and amazing hot sauce ever. It had a complex flavor and a little heat, but not enough to ruin your meal.
    BEST HOT SAUCE RECIPE EVER!!

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    1. This is awesome!! If you have any pictures look me up on facebook or instagram!

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  14. I used Habanero, jalapeno and serrano - all home grown. Added some cracked black pepper during the cook down. Came out great! I look to try with other peppers next time! Thanks!

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  16. On my second batch in a couple weeks. First one was great, but a little thick. I think I'll dump them back into a pot and add some vinegar and water...simmer it a bit and re-bottle into new sterilized bottles. Does that sound okay? For the second batches I'm doing one red and one green. My green jalepenos and serranos grew a little mold on the top of the jar during fermentation. I removed all of that top layer before cooking down. Again - does that sound okay? I don't want to get anyone sick! Thanks for your recipe! That first batch, even though thick, is delicious! combination of tabasco, habanero, fresno and hawaiian hot-sweet - all home grown.

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    1. Hey Greg - From what I have read - the mold that grows on top is harmless. You could thin it out by just adding vinegar if you want. Glad you like it!!

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  17. On my second batch in a couple weeks. First one was great, but a little thick. I think I'll dump them back into a pot and add some vinegar and water...simmer it a bit and re-bottle into new sterilized bottles. Does that sound okay? For the second batches I'm doing one red and one green. My green jalepenos and serranos grew a little mold on the top of the jar during fermentation. I removed all of that top layer before cooking down. Again - does that sound okay? I don't want to get anyone sick! Thanks for your recipe! That first batch, even though thick, is delicious! combination of tabasco, habanero, fresno and hawaiian hot-sweet - all home grown.

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