I made this with 14 habaneros and only 4 large cloves of garlic. It is AWESOME!!!
This sauce is pretty good, but if I made it again, I would greatly decrease the amount of garlic -- 13 cloves is too overpowering. Also, I'd consider eliminating the thyme, which seems a bit out of place here. And I'm not so sure about the mustard, either. I don't mean to sound too critical -- I did enjoy this recipe.
I made this yesterday and let it sit for the 24 hr period. I got home from work today and heated up some saffron rice that was left over and added about a tablespoon of the sauce. Oh this was sooo good and I would also rate heat level an 8 out of 10. Not being a big fan of cilantro I cut the measurement in half. This was very tasty and I would recomend it to all. Oh and I forgot to mention... this was my first time ever at making a hot sauce so if you want to give it a try it is a very easy sauce to make. I plan on adding a few items to this recipe in the future and I will get back to you! Thanks for this HOT SAUCE!
I haven't let this sit for 24hrs yet, but I promise: it is damn Good and damn Hot!!! I typically don't like the taste of habanero sauce, but this has a really good mingling of favors...can't wait to try it after it has aged a bit!!!
We grow Habanero's every year and half the time I just don't know what to do with them all. I found this recipe and it is soooooo good. I'm not kidding when I say it's hot, but when you take that first bite the flavors rush through your mouth and you just can't seem to get enough. Thank you for such a wonderful receipe.
It turned out well. I did decrease the garlic a bit (I think I did about 9 cloves?) , added 13 habaneros and used spicy stone ground mustard. It was a bit acidic but excellent/high heat. I eat a few tablespoons on popcorn sometimes and nearly regret it when I do lol (that is coming from someone who will eat habaneros happily). I love the heat and flavor, but I am just not sure what else to add it to because it has such a distinctive flavor that I am afraid wouldn't blend well with most things..(its obviously way better than tabasco etc but has a distinctive taste that is equally noticeable).
I made this the first time about a week ago, followed the recipe to a "T"...really good stuff!!!...the second time I made it I used 21 habanero peppers and used stone ground mustard and bit of chili powder....now it's raging hot!!! thanx for this GREAT recipe!!!
This is very good! My DH, who is a hot sauce fanatic, loves it. I would say the heat is about an 8, but that is coming from someone who can handle pretty hot stuff. For non chile freaks, this may be a 10 in heat.