Very easy to make with delicious results. I modified the recipe adding a local variety of hot pepper (rocoto) and more common chili peppers, with seeds. The result is excellent.
Homemade Hot Sauce
From EatingWell: September/October 2008
This homemade hot sauce makes good use of the bountiful tomatoes, onions and peppers in your garden or farmers' market. Adjust the heat to your preference: in our tests, two habaneros yielded a pleasantly spicy sauce without excessive heat—take it up a notch for spicy-food fans by adding extra hot peppers.
4 Reviews for Homemade Hot Sauce
Was great but i used some different peppers i used 5 large hungarian wax peppers and only one habanero .in place of the 2 chile peppers and 4 habanero's was fantastic i also used a touch more garlic and salt than the recipe called for i also used a aplle cidar vinagar was a mild zesty wonderfull hot sauce thank you for the recipe
Rodger, ravenswood, WV
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Lo, Bergen County, NJ
Prepared as directed, the hot sauce was a little too bland for my taste, but it was fun and simple to prepare.
Dasher, Covington, KY