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I really love this hot sauce but had to give it less than 5 stars because if I had made it precisely as instructed it wouldn't have been good. The first time I made this I nearly passed out because the vinegar was so overwhelming. I just halved the vinegar and it worked wonderfully for me. We make it all the time now and it's a staple in our kitchen. We eat it with eggs and potatoes, tacos... anything that needs a little kick. We even add it to beans when we are making refried beans. So good!
I agree with the other posts... this needed a little work. I think adding sugar subtracting lots of vinegar and throwing a habanero or two in will help quite a bit. I also added a bit of cilantro and lemon juice just for fun and it worked out pretty well.
A nice tasting sauce with a bit of bite. Add a few habaneros if you want to heat it up. I also doubled the garlic and used 3/4 cup of vinegar which I could have cut back even more but I wanted to keep the consistency more liquidy than thick. I would suggest staying away from sugar for any true hot sauce.
Well I used this as a "starter" recipe. BUT.. I used 6 jalapeno's, 9 Red HOT Peppers AND 2 Habanero's. Also a 1/3 cup vinegar and 3tbsp's of sugar. Gave it a deceiving taste...sweet..then mega hot. Darn Fine Hot Sauce
Nice basic recipe to build off of but to make it as it is makes a very boring bland sauce thats not very hot and way to much vinegar taste. Will definately use this recipe as a base(starting point) but never again just as it is.
I agree with other reviews too much vinegar; otherwise I would have given it 5 stars. I used 1/4 cup white wine vinegar and it seemed like just enough. I left all the seeds in my peppers and it was super hot. I also added an extra garlic clove and about a Tbl of sugar. This is a sauce that will get better over time so I am looking forward to how it develops. A great way to use up the jalapenos from my garden.
I love the way everyone puts a different spin on this. I use a large onion, 6 large cloves garlic, half tspn mexican oregano, a couple of bay leaves, half cup white wine vinager, juice of 1 lime and the jalapenos. Doctors got me on a strict diet and I love spicy foods. I eat a lot of salads so for a spicy salad dressing that's not pure fat I mix 1 part of this with 2 parts balsamic vinager 1 part EVOO and a pinch of cumin....yumm
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