Hot sauce!

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    milos_mommy Active Member

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    I might make this, I adore spicy but hate the flavor of tabasco...which is about all we really have around here.
     
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    I posted this in Breeze's handmade Christmas thread, but I'll put it here, too, in case anyone wants it :)

    The sauce I made with the green cayennes was simple. A can of mangoes, drained, a tablespoon of orange juice concentrate, half a small white onion, 16 large green cayennes, quarter cup of lime juice, half cup or so (maybe 3/4) of white vinegar, and about the same of water. Half a teaspoon of sea salt, teaspoon of sugar, quarter cup of salad oil (don't use olive oil, the flavors don't go well). Liquefied it in the VitaMix, poured it into a saucepan, brought it just barely to a boil, simmered for about 5 minutes, let it cool and put it in small freezer jars. Once it's completely cool I'll store it in the freezer, thaw it out as I want it.
     
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    ...what is salad oil??
     
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    Salad oil is something like vegetable, corn or canola that doesn't really have a flavor of its own.
     

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