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Smokey Hot Sauce

Smokey Hot Sauce created by Rita1652

Made using Chipotles, smoked salt and cumin giving that yummy smokiness. The heat is also from the chipotles, fresh jalapenos, and ghost peppers so be warned its HOT! Make nice hot gifts!

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  • place tomatoes, chilies, raisins, onion and garlic in a blender and puree.
  • Add to a pot with rest of ingredients.
  • Cook for 20 minutes.
  • Pour into sterilized jars leaving 1/2 inch head space. Process for 10 minutes.
  • Let flavors meld for a week or two.
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"Made using Chipotles, smoked salt and cumin giving that yummy smokiness. The heat is also from the chipotles, fresh jalapenos, and ghost peppers so be warned its HOT! Make nice hot gifts!"
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  1. Jessica M.
    Tasty and smoky, but I found it a little too sweet and not as spicy as I like. Here are my tweaks: - Half as much brown sugar (I actually just doubled everything else because I already had it made) - Charred all the veggies under the broiler for more smokiness, depth of flavor, and natural sweetness from the roasting of the garlic and onion - Added one habanero - Added three dried (rehydrated) Pasilla chiles - left out the raisins (I didn’t have any) Overall I’m happy with my adjustments. Next time, though, I’ll probably use three or four habaneros for my large batch instead of one, and add more liquid. Mine turned out still not quite as spicy as I would like, and a little too thick. Fantastic smoky flavor, though!
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  2. Rita1652
    Made using Chipotles, smoked salt and cumin giving that yummy smokiness. The heat is also from the chipotles, fresh jalapenos, and ghost peppers so be warned its HOT! Make nice hot gifts!
  3. Rita1652
    Smokey Hot Sauce Created by Rita1652
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