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  • 4 habanero peppers
  • Cooking spray
  • 3/4 Cups onions, sliced thinly
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 3/4 Cups distilled white vinegar
  • 3/4 Teaspoons salt


Chop the chiles. (Use gloves so you don’t end up crying because you rubbed your eyes.) After spraying the pan with cooking spray, sauté onions and garlic over medium-high heat for about 3 minutes.

Add the peppers, white vinegar, and salt, and bring to a simmer. Reduce the heat to low, cover, and simmer for another 8 or 9 minutes.

Pour mixture into a food processor and purée until smooth. Pour into a container and let it cool uncovered. Cover with an airtight lid and refrigerate for a few days.

Nutritional Facts


Calories Per Serving21

Folate equivalent (total)5µg1%

Jalapeno Hot Sauce Recipe

Any green hot sauce lovers out there? If so then this easy Jalapeno Hot Sauce recipe is a good option for your next homemade batch.

If you’re new to homemade hot sauce I think you’ll find it surprisingly easy to make — just keep in mind that you’ll need extremely high doses of acidity and heat to give each drop that familiar tangy zip.

Wear gloves when handiling these peppers! Avoid touching your eyes and use proper ventilation. Carolina Reaper chiles are delicious, but can be dangerous when handled irresponsibly. You can leave the seeds in the peppers, but seeds tend to bring out bitter notes along with extra heat. If you want this sauce to be even hotter, add more Reapers, but leave the seeds out for better flavor. For extra zip, add a couple of raw garlic cloves to the recipe before pureeing. Roasted garlic is sweet and mild. Clean your Guajillos before use, they are picked and dried in the field.

this sauce is amazing! we had a bumper reaper corp this year… been making hot sauces, bbq sauces, jams and jellies, but this has become one of my favs! didn’t have any guajillos, so i used 6 fresh red reapers, great on chili, pizza, bbq, eggs, on and on. thanks for sharing the recipe, ill spread the gospel to my fellow hot heads about your site!

Just made this, only difference is I put paprika in the pan when I simmered the peppers and added cayenne to the final whisking process! Extremely pleases with this sauce

Surprisingly not as hot as expected. Ended up using on a lot of things and it was gone fast. I’m making it again

How to Make Hot Sauce

With this simple recipe, you can make hot sauce as hot or as mild as you like. If you are a hot sauce lover, you need this in your life.

Makes 2 1/2 cups sauce. Prep time does not include 1 to 7 days resting time.

From Meseidy Rivera of The Noshery.

Fresh Chiles, Such As Jalapeno, Serrano, Fresno, Poblano, Habanero, Or A Mix

Pulse chiles, garlic, onions and kosher salt in a food processor until you have a rough puree. Transfer to a 1-quart glass gar, loosely cover and let stand at room temperature overnight.

Add vinegar, stir and loosely cover. Let stand at room temperature for 1 to 7 days. The longer you let it stand, the more the flavor develops.

Pour mixture into a food processor or blender and puree until smooth. Store in the refrigerator up to 4 months.

Note: Hot sauce may separate. This is normal shake before use.

Hot sauce is a hot condiment. Not just spicy hot but &ldquohot&rdquo as in popular. There are stores and websites devoted to hot sauce, complete with fun, catchy names and colorful labels. Every restaurant in America seems to have hot sauce on the table, and if not, all you have to do is ask for it.

Today, I am going show you how I make my own hot sauce. This is a very basic, simple version. You can enjoy this recipe as it is or you can combine different types of chiles and aromatics to make your own. Just remember the basic ingredients for making any hot sauce: peppers, salt and vinegar.

I decided to start with all red jalapeño chiles because I wanted a red sauce. As I mentioned earlier, you can certainly use a different chile or any combination of chiles. You can even fire-roast the chiles! Regardless of what chile you choose, you&rsquoll need about one pound of peppers.

Remove the stems of the chiles and roughly chop them. Add onion, garlic, salt and chiles with seeds into a food processor. Pulse until it becomes a rough puree. Spoon chile mixture into a clean 1-quart glass jar. Loosely cover and let stand at room temperature overnight.

Add vinegar to jar, stir, and loosely cover. Let stand at room temperature for at least 1 day and up to 7 days. The longer it sits the more flavor develops. Don&rsquot worry about letting it sit at room temperature! Because of the high acid content, it&rsquos safe.

Pour the mixture into a food processor and process until smooth!

Then all you have to do is cover the jar tightly and store the hot sauce in the refrigerator. It&rsquoll keep for up to four months.

Tada! Now you have some awesome hot sauce for your eggs in the morning. You can put this hot sauce on everything! That was easy, right? It takes some time, but that time allows the flavors to become more complex and almost sweeter.

There was a time when I stayed far away from hot sauce. But as I&rsquove gotten older and spent more time living in Texas, I&rsquove developed an appreciation for quality hot sauce. And I&rsquove learned that there are so many different variations available! So you are almost guaranteed to find one that you like. Even better, with this recipe, you have the starting point for making the sauce that&rsquos perfect for you. So feel free to experiment. Make it hotter, milder, chunkier, more garlicky, kinda smoky&mdashgo ahead and make it your own!

Now that you know how to make hot sauce, what are you going to put it on first? Is your family a hot-sauce-loving family?

Strawberry & Cream Croissant French Toast For Your Weekend Brunch

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Makes about 2 1/2 cups Servings

Step 1

Pulse chiles and kosher salt in a food processor until a coarse purée forms. Transfer to a 1-qt. glass jar, loosely screw on lid, and let stand at room temperature for 12 hours to ferment slightly.

Step 2

Stir in vinegar and loosely screw on lid. Let chile mixture stand at room temperature for at least 1 day and up to 7 days. (Taste it daily the longer it sits, the deeper the flavor becomes.)

Step 3

Purée mixture in a food processor or blender until smooth, about 1 minute. Place a fine-mesh sieve inside a funnel. Strain mixture through sieve into a clean glass bottle. (Hot sauce will become thinner and may separate after you strain it shake vigorously before each use.)

Step 4

DO AHEAD: Can be made up to 4 months ahead. Keep refrigerated.

How would you rate Master Hot Sauce?

I've used this recipe a handful of times, and every time I find myself talking about good hot sauce. I come back to this. This recipe is the perfect blank slate on which to create your hot sauce masterpiece. I've done this with habaneros and peaches, red jalapeños and cinnamon stick, fresno chiles, etc. each one coming out magically. This is a must try for any hot sauce lover.

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How to make Red Hot Sauce Recipe

  • Place the arbol peppers, guajillo peppers, and garlic in a saucepan with the water. Turn the heat to high, and once the water starts boiling, turn the heat down and simmer for about 20 minutes, or until peppers are very soft.
  • Remove saucepan from heat and allow to drop to room temperature. Once it has cooled, place the peppers, garlic, spices, dried herbs, vinegar, and one cup of the cooking water into a blender. Puree until you have a very fine texture.
  • Pour this mixture into a glass container using a strainer, to remove any pieces of pepper skins left.

  • Pour the mixture into the saucepan again, turn to medium-high heat, and gently simmer for about 5 minutes. This is just enough time to reduce the salsa to the desired consistency and allow the spices’ flavors to blend.
  • Allow cooling. Pour the sauce into a sterilized bottle and secure with an airtight cap or lid.

You can use this sauce immediately, although the flavors will be better about two weeks later. This sauce can last stored in your refrigerator for about 6 months. Enjoy!

Best Truffle: TRUFF Hot Sauce, Black Truffle Infused

If it seems that the unique flavor of truffle would get drowned by hot sauce, think again. TRUFF hot sauce provides the heat as well as the truffles, in a unique sauce that turns taco Tuesday into a gourmet affair. Not just for tacos, it’s also great on burgers and can be used in a marinade, sauce, or dip, so it’s great for chicken, steak, fries, and chips. This original version of the sauce packs medium heat, but a hotter sauce is also available for those who want more kick. This is gluten-free, vegan, and preservative-free and comes in a 6-ounce bottle that will look good in the kitchen and on the table—meaning it’s also great for gifting.

4. New Mexican Red Chile Sauce

Spread some New Mexican vibe with this red chile sauce. New Mexican Red Chile Sauce is a staple in New Mexican and West Texan cooking.

This is not your everyday chile sauce and will surprise you when you make it for the first time. If you didn’t like red chile sauce all your life, you should try this, and you’ll probably fall in love with it.

You can use red chile powder, but pods will yield a fresh (and obviously better) taste. These red chiles are so strong that they can make you cough. So, make sure to turn the exhauster fan on before you begin. If you’re using red chile pods from a ristra, rinse thoroughly.

Burrito smothered with red chile sauce is what you call true love!

  • Dried New Mexico Red Chile pods – 20
  • White onion – ¼
  • Tomato sauce – 8 oz
  • Garlic – 2 cloves
  • Onion powder – ½ tsp
  • Garlic powder – ½ tsp
  • Mexican oregano – ½ tsp
  • Cumin – ½ tsp
  • Water (or chicken broth) – 2 cups
  • Salt – to taste
  • Place the red chile pods on a cookie sheet and roast them for 20 minutes at 250 degrees F. Flip the chiles when one side is done and roast the other side.
  • Cool them and remove the seeds and stems.
  • In a large pot, add chiles, onion, and water.
  • Bring them to a boil. Reduce the heat and cover with a lid. Simmer for at least 10 minutes.
  • Pour this into a blender. Add tomato sauce, garlic, garlic powder, onion powder, Mexican oregano, cumin, and salt.
  • Blend until smooth.
  • Store it in the refrigerator and consume within a week.

Spicy Cocktails

Take &ldquoI put that s*!t on everything®&rdquo to a whole new level with hot sauce in your drinks (and yes, before you ask &ndash you CAN put hot sauce in your drinks). We&rsquore not just talking Bloody Mary&rsquos, either.

Upgrade your drink game with these uniquely hot drink recipes. Bottoms up!

Flavored with: Original Cayenne Pepper Hot Sauce, XtraHot, or Chile &lsquoN Lime&trade three different hot sauce flavors for the ultimate hot sauce lover

  1. Classic Bloody Mary: Nothing beats a classic, so s tart the night out with a Bloody Mary.
  2. Hot-Shot: Take hot sauce flavor to the head with lime and a bit of cayenne pepper.
  3. Red Rum: Turn down the lights with a dangerously dark and spicy ginger beer & dark rum drink.
  4. Not Your Granny&rsquos Hot Apple Cider: Edge off the chill of a cold night + let Grandma know she&rsquos got nothing on your drink game with this cinnamon-topped cider.
  5. Michelada: Experience fire and ice at the same time with this lime infused beer cocktail.

Better-for-you &ne Boring. Don&rsquot be a victim of flavorless food anymore. Take &ldquoNew Year, New You&rdquo way past January with these hot sauce recipes. And now that you know better, do better.

Rev up the engine on your recipe repertoire and discover more Frank&rsquos RedHot recipes here.



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