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This tastes okay - my husband summed it up when he noted it was just like tomato paste. The flavor is not nearly as fiery as hoped and the texture/consistancy is certainly that of a paste, not even close to a sauce. We'll use up what we made but won't make this one again.
I love this hot sauce! I have found myself adding it to a variety of dishes. It is a wonderful addition to plain rice and even scrambled eggs. I also have used it in place of salsa for tacos and burritos. I just love this stuff! I used dried red chilies for the sauce. This recipe is outstanding. Thank you so much for posting!!!
This is real nice paste with a flavor that reminds me of Sambaal Oolek chili paste. I have used it in both Chinese and Mexican dishes to add heat because I find Tabasco too vinegary. This is a nice superior sub for it. Thanks Janet!
This recipe makes a smooth paste and per the research I did , is a great addition to soups and stews. I made this with Chili de Arbol. It is not excessively hot but does have a nice flavor. I stirred it into some greens and the sauce provided a nice "kick".