This is a clone for the famous English "Houses of Parliament" steak sauce & a must have recipe for all canadians living outside the country. I got it from a co-worker many years ago & haven't used the store-bought product since; however, I do keep my current supply in an old bottle for that authentic look (lol). If you prefer more of a bite, increase the tabasco!!
- Combine all ingredients in a dutch oven.
- Bring to a boil, lower heat& cook, uncovered, for an hour, stirring occasionally.
- Strain through a food mill& bottle in hot, sterilized jars.
A very good sauce which I find is great also as a dipping sauce! Easy to make. I was liberal with the hot sauce and am glad, it's intensely hot the way I like it. I strained it using a wire mesh strainer, bottled it (in empty HP sauce bottles of course), and am keeping it in the fridge. My batch yielded about 3 cups. I'm delighted to find this recipe, thank you, country lady!
This sounds really good and enables concerned people to avoid HFCS or the similar glucose-fructose HP uses. My QUESTIONS: Am I correct in assuming this should be refrigerated, how long will this keep and can it be processed with a water bath to give it some shelf life for gift giving?.
I followed this recipe exactly and it tastes nothing like HP Sauce, and that is comparing it to the actual bottle of HP Sauce. There is an overriding taste of tomatoes. Also, the recipes did not call for any dates and that is clearly in HP Sauce. I will admit it looks like HP Sauce but the taste tomatoes is too strong. My 4-year-old son said he could smell ketchup when he came in.