Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins

Easy to make...has a nice flavor to it... Not for the faint of heart... This sauce has been known to clear a stuffy nose...I think this might just be one of the "hottest sauce's " you have tried...I tweaked this receipe from Emeril...BAM!!


  1. Remove stems from peppers.***
  2. Place peppers in a large pot cover with water and bring to a rolling boil.
  3. Remove from fire and let steam for 5 minutes.
  4. Drain peppers and place whole (DO NOT SEED, This adds more "heat" to the sauce) in a blender Add vinegar, salt and blackpepper corns.
  5. Cover and set blender to liquify speed for 2 minutes.
  6. If sauce is to thick add some more vinegar a little at a time.
  7. Place in 5oz sterile bottles and enjoy.
  8. Keep refrigerated for longer shelf life.
  9. *** Use rubber gloves when handling these babies...The oil from the peppers can iritate....Avoid touching eyes until you have washed hands a few times to remove pepper oils.
Most Helpful

Good stuff! I have a prolific habanero plant and this was the perfect way to use all those peppers! I used apple cider vinegar because the white stuff's a little too strong for our taste. No more store bought hot sauce for us! Thanks!

Pickles McGee July 11, 2010

Well, I made it but I am too scared to taste it. My son though says it's great. Thanks for sharing.

mary winecoff October 14, 2008

WOW!!!!!! This is hot and has a very great taste...I made some buffalo chicken wings and used this sauce the look on my friends faces were priceless as they reached for something to put out the fire!

suppersready April 07, 2004