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Here is a recipe that I have been using to spice things up in my cullinary world for a while.
|7 habinero peppers
1 onion (large)
4 green onions
2 8oz cans tomatoe sauce
1 16oz can of whole tomatoes ( subsitute fresh if available)
2 fresh cloves of garlic
1 bunch of cilantro (fresh coriander/chineese parsley)
2 tbl sugar (granulated)
1 can of beer ( cheaper the better)
2 bell peppers
|Mix beer, onion (quartered), green onions, cilantro, garlic, peppers
and boil till you reach the desired tempature (about 10 min. boiling for
some one who, likes it hot) to decrease heat discard beer boil liquid before
next step. place all in a blender and puree until consistency is what you
want. Boil puree for 5 minutes before puting in a bottle. keep refrigerated,
discard after 3 weeks.
THIS IS REAL GOOD AND EXTREMLY HOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Submitted by ISHSA Member: P.R.
1 can whole tomatoes
Sautee garlic and onion in about 2 tbs olive oil. Add salt and black pepper to taste. Add tomatoes, beef broth, and butter. Add 3 tbs Texas Pete hot sauce. You can add cornstarch or flour for thickening. Serve on spaghetti or any other kind of pasta.