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January 20, 2018, 03:29:33 AM

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Mild Hot Sauce  (Read 3301 times)

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Does anybody have a home made recipe for a Mild hot sauce




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I used to make hot sauce on a regular basis but I never had a written recipe.  

I would use can tomotoes (drain juice) 3 cans
cilantro- amount would vary...sometimes you get some that is strong so you use less or you get weak and you add more
garlic salt
black pepper
sugar (optional)
1/2 onion
salt
jalapeno -  cut in half, take out seeds and wash peppers. I would use small amount and add for the more kick I needed...add, tasted, add, taste
for hotter use habeneros and/or serano peppers

you can use fresh tomotoes but it will be alot more watery..if you use fresh tomotoes skin them first or you will get pieces of the skin that will not blend up well and you will gets bits of tomato skin in your teeth.

my wife likes a sweeter hotsauce so I would add the sugar.  If you don't like that don't add any or very little.

You will have to play with it and customize the way you want it.  Due to the different strenghts of the fresh ingredients I never found that I could always use a certain amount...I would make the base, then go from there.



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Here is the recipe I use:

6-7 Jalapeno peppers (I like it hot. Forget mild!)
Cilantro (To taste)
5-6 Roma Tomatoes (Less watery than other tomatoes)
1 Large Can Diced Tomatoes in Tomato Puree (IMPORTANT)
1/2 Large White Onion
1 Heaping Tablespoon Garlic
Salt to taste

Use a food processor and combine the onion, peppers (seeds and all),garlic and cilantro and chop to desired consistancy

Cut the tops off of the romas and squeeze the seeds and juice out. Cut them into chunks and add them to the food processor.

Open the can of diced tomatoes and add it to the food processor

Add the salt and chop to the desired consistancy

Its better the next day when the flavors have a chance to mix. We don't buy salsa any more. This is all we use and it is cheaper than one good size jar of Pace.

Enjoy!



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