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Vegetarianized.com is hitting the big time! I taped two Video Tips for Chow.com on Friday - one homemade ketchup and the other homemade hot sauce. The videographer was shocked when I said I had the ketchup recipe on Vegetarianized.com, but not the hot sauce, so here you go. Similar to Michael's comments, he said it was just as hot as your typical hot sauce, but just had a brighter, fresher taste. With four ingredients and less than 10 minutes of doing, there is no reason not to make your own. It can compliment your other favorite hot sauces or become your new favorite. My Video Tips should be up at Chow.com within three to four weeks - I'll be sure to let the world know.
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Hot Sauce

June 20, 2010

30 min or less active, condiment, fall, gluten-free, summer, vegan

Vegetarianized.com is hitting the big time! I taped two Video Tips for Chow.com on Friday - one homemade ketchup and the other homemade hot sauce. The videographer was shocked when I said I had the ketchup recipe on Vegetarianized.com, but not the hot sauce, so here you go. Similar to Michael's comments, he said it was just as hot as your typical hot sauce, but just had a brighter, fresher taste. With four ingredients and less than 10 minutes of doing, there is no reason not to make your own. It can compliment your other favorite hot sauces or become your new favorite. My Video Tips should be up at Chow.com within three to four weeks - I'll be sure to let the world know.

Information

Servings: 1/4 cup; makes 4 cups
Time: ~10 minutes active; 1 month total
Price: ~$4.55 total; ~$0.28 per serving
Nutrition (per serving):
Calories: 14.8
Protein: 0.58g
Fat: 0g
Saturated fat: 0g
Carbohydrates: 4.1g
Fiber: 0.42g
Sodium: 147.6mg
Cholesterol: 0mg
High In:
Good Source:
Low In:

Ingredients

  • 1 lb jalapenos, stemmed (keep ribs and seeds for the hottest sauce)
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 1/2 cup white vinegar
  • 1 garlic clove, minced

Preparation

  1. Put everything in a food processor and blend for 3 minutes. Pour into a glass jar and store in a cool, dark cabinet for one month. Move to a serving container and refrigerate. You can use the hot sauce for up to a month, if kept in the fridge.

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