Carolina Reaper Hot Sauce Recipe. This homemade Carolina Reaper hot sauce recipe is incredibly hot, made with roasted Carolina Reaper peppers, the hottest peppers in the world, garlic, and onion.
If you love your hot sauce “hot”, it doesn’t get any hotter! This is for you, my true chilihead friends. I know you love your hot sauce HOT, and it really doesn’t get much hotter. I’m sure you have your own collection of artisan Carolina Reaper hot sauces in your stash, and there are a lot of great ones out there for sure. The Hottest Damn Hot Sauce I Ever Made Recipe. A homemade hot sauce recipe made with a variety of superhots, including the Carolina Reaper, 7-Pots and Scorpion peppers.
Very hot! OK, my friends. It is time to reveal one of the hottest hot sauces I have ever made in my own kitchen. Yes, it is homemade and it is crazy hot. Habanero Pepper Jam Recipe. A recipe for sweet and spicy habanero pepper jam made with plenty of habanero peppers.
Habanero pepper jam coming your way! I used to shy away from making jams and jellies. How To Make DIY Indonesian Sambal. Brian Moeljadi is the founder of BOWLD, an L.A.
-based Indonesian pop-up and catering company specializing in rice bowls. Along with co-owner CJ Lee and Bestia line cook Johnny Cirelle, the team utilizes local produce and other top-notch ingredients to put modern spins on traditional Southeast Asian cooking. (Photos and video courtesy Monique Batac) What Sriracha is for Thai food, sambal is for Indonesian: an indispensable, funky hot-relish best paired with an ice cold Bintang beer. The all-purpose condiment is the perfect trifecta of flavors: heat from chiles, tang from lime juice, and an umami bomb from roasted shrimp paste. 16 Fiery Hot Sauce Recipes That Bring the Heat - Bon Appétit Recipe. Best Hot Sauce Recipe. Edible Northeast Florida. Bob's Habanero Hot Sauce - Liquid Fire Recipe.
Flaming Rum Barrel Hot Sauce Recipe. The key to this recipe, aside from the habanero peppers, is the combination of dark rum and sweet figs.
While the habaneros bring the obvious boost of heat, the figs make for a delectable sugary character, while the rum soothes it all together. Ingredients 1 habanero pepper, chopped 2 cups fresh figs 1 small Spanish onion, chopped 12 ounces dark beer 2-3 ounces dark rum ½ cup cider vinegar ¼ cup honey 1 tablespoon olive oil Cooking Directions Heat a saucepan to medium heat.
Salsa Verde - Recipe - Chili Pepper Madness. A recipe for quick and easy salsa verde made with tomatillos and jalapeno peppers, which can be served as a table sauce, hot sauce, or as a salsa with tortilla chips.
This is the ultimate green salsa. There are a number of ways to make an awesome salsa verde, or green sauce. Every Mexican restaurant has their own version and I have yet to encounter a bad one. Even I have a number of different kinds that I make, all pretty much variations on a theme, like our Mexican Green Table Sauce made with tomatillos, jalapeno peppers and avocado. Or our Homemade Green Enchilada Sauce with Roasted Tomatillos. Roasted Red Jalapeno Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe - Chili Pepper Madness. A homemade hot sauce recipe made with roasted red jalapeno peppers, garlic, tomato and red wine vinegar.
This is one of the most addicting hot sauces I’ve ever made. I already need another batch! Happy New Year, friends! This is a very important post. It is the first of 2016, a brand new year, and there were so many possible recipes for us to post. How to Make Chili Oil - Recipe - Chili Pepper Madness. Learn how to make a simple chili oil at home with this quick and easy recipe.
Homemade chili oil is great for drizzling over foods for extra spice and flavor, for mixing into sauces and vinaigrettes, as well as for cooking many meals. I purchase chili oils for all sorts of recipes. They’re pretty standard in certain parts of the world. Sambal Oelek Recipe - Chili Pepper Madness. A recipe for homemade Sambal Oelek, the classic chili paste used for cooking, made with a variety of ground chili peppers, vinegar and salt.
It is ideal for seasoning noodle dishes and enhancing the flavors of sauces. We know you all love sriracha – Homemade Sriracha, anyone? Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce - Recipe - Chili Pepper Madness. Make your own ghost pepper hot sauce at home with this recipe, which includes plenty of chopped ghost peppers, tomatoes, vinegar and salt.
Big flavor, big spice! With a pleasant blast of heat. Drizzle it over everything! Sweet Habanero Chili Sauce Recipe - Chili Pepper Madness. A quick and easy spicy hot sauce recipe made with habanero peppers, garlic and honey. Ideal as a serving sauce, complimentary hot sauce, or a marinade. There are a number of sauces you can easily whip together in a few minutes. Are hot sauces included? Spicy Serrano Hot Sauce Recipe - Chili Pepper Madness.
This hot sauce recipe uses serrano peppers that have been fermented, then processed with vinegar, garlic, tequila and lime juice. It is juicy, tart and just the right amount of spicy. More hot sauce coming at you, my friends. If you can believe it, our garden is STILL producing peppers because of this phenomenal weather we’ve been having. I know cold weather is on the way, but we’ve been a bit lucky here in zone 5 this year and I’m reaping the benefits. I grew serrano peppers this year and HOLY WOW did they go wild. How to Make Fermented Pepper Mash - Chili Pepper Madness. Learn how to make fermented pepper mash at home so you can make your own homemade hot sauces and help preserve your abundant chili pepper harvest. Fermenting chili peppers is a fun, great way to preserve them, and essential for making hot sauces. There are many ways to make hot sauce, and as you can tell by our Hot Sauce Recipes section of the web site, I’ve made a lot of them.
However, one way we have yet to explore is making them with fermented chili peppers. If you’ve ever enjoyed Tabasco sauce, you’ve tasted fermented chili peppers. Tabasco starts with tabasco peppers which they crush, mix with salt, and ferment in oak barrels for up to 3 years. Garlic-Habanero Hot Sauce Recipe - Chili Pepper Madness. A spicy hot sauce recipe made with fiery roasted habanero peppers and plenty of garlic, ideal for dousing many of your favorite foods. While writing and developing new recipes for my new “superhots” cookbook, I worked on upgrading an older garlic-based hot sauce of mine, tweaking it, adding some new flavors, really just developing it a bit more to my own personal preferences.
I used yellow scorpion peppers and wow, talk about heat. Scorpion peppers reach over one million Scoville Heat Units and they pack that famous “scorpion sting,” a fiery blast that instantly bites into your tongue and holds on.