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'Pepper Joe's Jammin Yammin Hot Sauce'

By Pepper Joe

I constantly get e-mails & letters about what to do with an abundant crop of chiles. You can freeze them, dry them into flakes or powder, sell them at a roadside stand or Chili Cook-offs for Charity or for profit. But my absolute favorite way to use them (besides fresh) is to make Hot Sauce. Not only is it delicious..you may never buy Hot Sauce from the store again...but it makes wonderful gifts for Fathers Day, Birthdays, Christmas, or just any occasion. Here goes with my newest and favorite recipe: 

'Pepper Joe's Jammin Yammin Hot Sauce' 

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-24 Jamaican Peppers (or any type you'd prefer) 
-large sweet potato (or 4 carrots) 
-2 large cloves of elephant garlic (or 10 regular) 
-whole large onion 
-1 lime (squeeze out juice) 
-1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar 
-2 tbs. olive oil (optional) 
-2 tbs. of balsamic vinegar (optional) 
-1 tsp. salt -1 tsp. sugar 
-1 tsp. white pepper 
-1 tsp. dry mustard (or 3 tsp. of wet mustard) 
-1 tsp. tumeric 

O.K. Gang, get out that blender. 

Blanch your Chiles in boiling water for a minute and toss into blender. 
Boil Onion, Garlic and Sweet Potato (cut in slices) until tender with a fork. Toss in. 

Then toss in all other ingredients. 

Chop in blender first then liquefy. 

Let cool and then refrigerate.

WOW is this Sauce Hot and Tasty. I think it's the best tasting Hot Sauce I've ever made.

I spoon it out onto almost everything. Best of all, no preservatives. The lime juice, turmeric and salt take care of keeping it fresh in the fridge for over a year. 

If you try it, please let me know what you think. Bon Apetit' Pepper Joe 
To ask questions email Joe at pepperjoe@home.com

 


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