Insane Habanero/Mango Hot Sauce (Paleo Compliant)

"In our house, the hotter the better. We put this *@^! on everything. This is best done on an outside stove or cooker--the fumes can be a bit rough when done indoors."
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
20
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ingredients

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directions

  • In hot oil, sauté onions and garlic until onions are soft.
  • In sauce pan, add fresh mangoes, carrots, vinegar, lime juice, salt, and habaneros. Bring to a boil, then lower heat and simmer until carrots are soft. Transfer to a blender. The fumes can be tough on wives and pets, so consider doing out side.
  • Add onions, garlic, and puree until smooth.
  • Return to stove and simmer until desired consistency. If too thick, add vinegar.
  • Strain if you plan to put sauce in a typical hot sauce bottle with tiny opening, otherwise leave as is. Getting the sauce into the bottle can be tough. I found using a turkey injector works pretty good, if you have strained the sauce. If you do strain, save the "pulp" and add it to other recipes that call for fruit and heat. It freezes well.

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<p>I'm a retired USAF pilot (32 years), now as a Systems Engineer, I'm 10 years into a second career with an engineering firm, supporting the military. I love to hunt, fish, camp, hike and, of course--cook. I collect cook books and recipes from all kinds of sources. I was so glad to find this web site to help me organize my favorite recipes, and find new ones. My favorite cooking style is BBQ/Smoking. I also love to cook elaborate meals for family and friends. Having lived overseas for many years, I've picked up a lot of recipes for German, French, Italian, Thai, and Greek dishes.</p>
 
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