Friday, September 11, 2015

HABANERO HOT SAUCE



If you are a lover of hot and spicy sauces here is one for you - Habanero Hot Sauce 
Habanero peppers are among the hottest chili peppers in the world. They are named after the Cuban city of La Habana .There are a number of varieties of habanero peppers, ranging in ripe colors from orange, red, yellow, chocolate brown, and even white, though some growers argue that anything but the "Orange Habanero" is not a true habanero.
There are various recipes of making this sauce with change in the ingredients.. I found this one to my liking. It is a milder version. You may adjust the spice level according to your preference and add the chillies accordingly. This sauce can be added to many dishes to give the spicy flavour to them.



Ingredients:
Habanero chillies .... 5-6
Garlic cloves .......... 5
Onion .................... 1 small
Carrot .................... 1 cup
Water ................... 1/4 cup
Lime juice ........... 1/4 cup
White vinegar ...... 1/4 cup
Tomato puree ...... 1/4 cup
All spice ............ 1/2 tsp
Salt ................... to taste
Sugar ................ 1 tbsp
Olive oil ........... 2- 2 tbsps

Method:
1. Heat 2 tbsps olive oil and saute the carrots, onion and garlic.
2. Add salt and 1/4 cup water. Simmer until done. Let it cool.
3. Transfer into a mixie and add the rest of the ingredients except oil.
4. Grind to a smooth paste.
5. Heat the remaining oil in a pan and cook the sauce for 3-5 minutes on low flame.Cover ot with a lid to avoid splashing.

Recipe adapted from HERE 

12 comments:

  1. Have not heard it..seems too hot..I love hot flavour..can I use normal dry chilli instead of habanero chilli

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    1. Yes Moumita, you can give it a try.. such exotic things can't be easily available every where

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  2. I sure am a lover of hot spicy sauce so this sounds right up my street. I'll take a jar please :)

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  3. Mm, this would definitely be a winner in our house. My husband loves chilli sauce - the hotter the better!

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    1. In our case it is quite opposite.. I love spicy food but hubby can never stand chillies.. I make blad food at home and these kind of sauces are my saviours

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  4. Thts very new to me, very nice post, love to try it!! If I got this chilies :)

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    1. Do give it a try with some other variety of chillies..

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  5. You had me at spicy!! I love anything spicy and look forward to giving this a try.

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  6. Lovely recipe and well explained too :)
    Thanks for sharing!

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