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Inner Beauty Real Hot Sauce

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    • #5158
      sonofspy777
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      Inner Beauty Hot Sauce

      Chris Schlesinger

      Ingredients

      2 cups Scotch Bonnet peppers (no stem)
      1 ripe mango
      ⅔ cup inexpensive yellow mustard
      ⅓ cup orange juice
      ⅓ cup brown sugar
      1 teaspoon ground cumin
      1 teaspoon ground coriander
      1 teaspoon ground curry
      1 teaspoon ground pepper
      2 teaspoons salt
      Instructions

      ·        Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.

      WARNING: Hottest sauce in North America. Use this to enhance dull and boring food. Keep away from pets, open flames, unsupervised children, and bad advice. This is not a toy. This is serious. Stand up straight, sit right, and stop mumbling.

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    • #5160
      alcina
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      I’ve recently started doing a lot of Jamaican cooking, and I think I need to make this. I have everything except the 2 cups of peppers. Thankfully the small grocer down the street carries them … and she frequently laughs when I buy more than 3 or 4 peppers. This should make her day.  Of course, I’m going to need a hazmat suit during preparation.

      Do you happen to know if it’s 2 cups of chopped peppers or whole peppers? Might make a bit of a difference in the final product. 🙂

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    • #5164
      HassleCat
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      Remove the seeds and veins from the peppers. This will reduce the heat, but I bet it will still be plenty hot. Habanero peppers are generally a one-to-one substitute for Scotch bonnet.

      • #5295
        sonofspy777
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        WHOLE Scotch Bonnets (just remove the stems) is just right.

         

        Ahem Don’t forget to wear gloves when handling the peppers and wash your hands before

        you go to the bathroom!

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    • #5201
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      If you can get the dose just right they do incredible things to a pot of chili.

       

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      • #5302
        sonofspy777
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        and the mustard that make this otherworldly! Remember to use the crappiest low-cost yellow mustard you can find…French’s = too ritzy!

        If you can find green mangoes the seed is much smaller (more fruit) than the red and green Thompson mangoes, and the flavor is a touch sweeter…

         

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