Basic Jalapeno Chili Sauce

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Here’s a great jalapeño hot sauce recipe that’s a good starter for culinary experiments. It doesn’t get too hot (jalapenos are mild to medium peppers), so they’re perfect for a family summer party or Cinco de Mayo celebration. Keep them in the fridge to add heat to meals.

When it comes to testing You have several options. First, you can trade the jalapeno for a hotter chili. Serrano peppers will give you a brighter flavor. But double the temperature. Or you can use a spicier chili like habaneros. Even if it comes with extra hot heat. There will be a change in taste. (Has a sweet and fruity taste) and the color of the hot sauce.

Another option is to adjust the vinegar to your liking. Want it more messy? A little more? less sour? Add less and you can try adding sugar to hot sauces to reduce the sourness and create a salty-sweet taste.

There are also several ways to spice up our basic jalapeño sauce with common spices in your cupboard. Spice likes cumin, cayenne pepper and dried coriander are interesting combinations. But there’s a whole world to try. Fresh herbs are also great to explore.

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Basic Jalapeno Chili Sauce

Basic Jalapeno Chili Sauce

Medium Spicy Sauce – Great for Experimenting

20 minutes prep time

Cooking time 25 minutes

Total time 45 minutes

Servings of 30 servings

Calories 6 kcal

  • 20 jalapeno peppers, thinly sliced
  • 3 cloves of minced garlic
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1/2 cup chopped onion
  • 1/2 cup distilled white vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon vegetable oil
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • Sauté oil, jalapenos, onion, garlic and salt in a pan over high heat for 4 minutes.

  • Add water to the mixture and cook, stirring frequently, for 20 minutes.

  • Remove the pan from the heat and let the mixture cool to room temperature.

  • Blend ingredients in a food processor until smooth.

  • Let the processor run and add distilled white vinegar until combined.

  • Put it in a jar or bottle.

Hot sauce will keep for several months (6 months or more). It is best to refract hot sauces to help preserve and retain flavor.

Calories: 6kcal Sodium: 59mg Potassium: 28mgVitamin A: 100 IUVitamin C: 11.4mg Calcium: 3mg

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