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Easy Garlic Carolina Reaper Chile Hot Sauce Recipe
Homemade chili garlic hot sauce is always so wonderful because the bright, fresh pop of spice can’t be duplicated from a store bought bottle. Once you make your own garlic chili hot sauce at home, it’s an addicting habit that’s hard to give up.

Ingredients:

•3 finely chopped Carolina Reaper Chili Peppers
•3 T Vegetable Oil
•2 heads of of Garlic (crushed or minced)
•3 Shallots, medium size (minced)
•2 – 8 oz. (or 1- 15 oz.) can of Tomato Sauce
•4 T Rice Vinegar
•3 T Sugar
•1 T Fish Sauce

Directions:

 
1.In medium sauce pan, heat oil then add minced garlic and shallots. Over medium heat saute garlic and shallots for a about 1 minute or until light brown and fragrant. Fry the garlic and shallots enough so that they become crispy, but not burnt.
 
2.Add tomato sauce and finely chopped carolina reaper chili peppers. Let the sauce come to a simmer then lower heat to keep at a low simmer. Add fish sauce, vinegar, and sugar. Mix well.
 
3.Continue simmering the garlic hot sauce for about 5 minutes. This will break down the chili peppers and soften them to create the smooth consistency.
 
4.Remove hot sauce from heat and allow to cool completely.
 
5.Transfer hot sauce sauce to blender and blend till smooth or until most of the chili pepper skin and seeds break down- preferably on the “liquefy” mode.
 
6.Taste the hot sauce to further customize the hot sauce to your liking.
 
7.Add more sugar, vinegar or water. Blend one last time till smooth. Pour into clean, air tight jar and refrigerate. Use within about 1 week.
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