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|wyankeif's Hot Sauce Recipe|
hail satan, this is a very grim darkness glorifying hot sauce of my own formulation. m/
So this is a habanero hot sauce recipe I've worked out. Seeing as it uses so many habaneros, it's fairly hot, so be careful if you aren't used to this sort of thing. It has a bit of a mix of chiles, with red jalapenos and serranos as well as the primary chile - the habanero. The soy sauce mixture/Ass-Kickin' grill sauce gives it a bit of a smoky-sweet flavor, the chiles and hot sauce/extract give it heat and flavor, and the honey gives it a sweet flavor that, when combined with the heat of the habaneros and the mixture of all the other fresh ingredients, makes it a very unique and tasty sauce.
Also, a lot of the proportions of ingredients are best guesses, as I basically threw ingredients in the sauce until it tasted good. In other words, almost nothing here is exact - use however much you think the sauce needs. Make it your own.
The Second Wave
Ingredients are as follows: 25-ish habanero chiles
-10 red jalapeno chiles
-10 Serrano chiles
Given to the Rising
Parting The Sea Between Brightness And Me
-Juice of 2 limes
-2 shalots (can use onions - probably around half-? of a large onion)
-4-5 cloves of garlic
Somethings Cannot Be Mirrored
-Cilantro to taste
|11||Battle of Mice|
A Day of Nights
-Cayenne pepper to taste
-3-4 tbs crushed red pepper
-Vinegar (add to desired thickness; if too runny you can boil it off, if too thick add more; can also use water)
We Pass Like Night, From Land to Land
-*1/3-1/2 cup-ish ?Ass-Kickin? (brand) Soakin? and Grillin? sauce (if you don?t have it, use around 2 tbs. soy sauce, add a bit of sesame oil and brown sugar - or just the soy sauce. here's the sauce if you're curious: http://www.saucenspice.com/asskickinsoakinandgrillinsauce12oz.aspx)
Ten Black Hymns
-*1/3-1/2 cup of honey (if you can, use thick, local, fresh honey - try and avoid ?grocery store honey?)
-*2 tbs sugar
Monument to Time End
-Salt to taste (probably want around 2 tsp)
2010 Tour CD-R
-Chile extract to taste (depending on how concentrated your extract is, be careful with this stuff: a little can go a long way. Use only if you have a burning desire for more heat, not actually necessary to the sauce, so don?t go into a lot of trouble to get some if you don?t have it - you can pretty much only get it online and at hot sauce specialty shops)
-Pre-existing hot sauce to taste (e.g., Dave?s Insanity, Mad Dog 357, Habanero Tabasco - best to use a fairly hot one)
|20||Panopticon/Wheels Within Wheels|
Panopticon/Wheels Within Wheels
* - I don?t remember exactly how much of this I put in the sauce - it?s just my best guess, I wasn?t really measuring. This amount is just a guideline, use however much you feel it needs. "to taste" does not mean it's necessary.
Like A Blaze Above the Ashes
1: Stem all chiles. Puree until all big-ish chunks are gone, either in blender or food processor - blender takes longer, but it works. Add some water or vinegar if you?re having trouble, but not too much.
(-Careful here, pureeing the chiles, esp. the habaneros, can actually hurt your eyes and sinuses because of stuff being sprayed in the air. Open a window, breathe through your mouth, and you might want to use eye protection.)
|22||Ash Borer/Fell Voices|
2: Put tomato + cilantro + shalots + garlic + limes in with pureed chiles, puree. Add some water/ vinegar if you haven?t already, but don?t go overboard - you?ll be adding most in the simmering process.
|23||Ashes and Iron|
3: Put mixture in a small or medium saucepan, turn on medium low heat. Heat up to a simmer, add cayenne pepper, crushed red pepper, honey, ass-kickin? sauce/soy sauce mixture, salt, hot sauce, chile extract, and sugar.
4: While simmering, add what you think is a good amount of vinegar/water for your desired thickness. Start off with vinegar, add water only later, if you begin to worry about it tasting too vinegar-y. don?t worry about adding a bit too much now, you can always boil it off later
The Electric Hand
5: Let simmer for around 10-15 minutes. Try to keep it at a constant heat and simmer - don?t let it boil too much. Stir every now and then.
The Mountain Daylight Time
6: Take off stove, let sauce cool to around room temperature.
7: Put sauce in blender (this time, not food processor, I think. Dunno, the processor might work, just probably safer to use a blender). Blend until as many little chunks as possible are de-chunkified - probably will take 5-10 minutes. Add water or vinegar if it?s too thick to blend properly.
|28||All the Empires of the World|
8: (Optional, but usually a good idea). If you feel it needs it, simmer/boil the blended sauce again. This is a good time to boil off excess liquid until you have your desired thickness, and also to add more of anything else you feel the sauce needs more of. Take off stove, cool, and blend again if you feel like it.
9: Put in container(s) and refrigerate. Use any containers you can find, e.g. bottles, jars, etc. I use those 8 oz. Pellegrino glass bottles.
m/ enjoy m/
|m/ hot sauce hail the necrowizard m/|
|fckin tulips man|
|mmmmmmmmm hot sauce. HAIL HOT SAUCE!!!! m/|
|hey wbc, i wrote my term paper for US History about you|
|i dont want to eat something queef boy has made|
|Dude 25 Haberneros must be hot as FUCK. Sounds pretty tasty|
|whose alt are you, thane? |
and it tastes amazing
|I'm kind of a pussy when it comes to hot food, a little spice is all i can handle.|
And this sounds hot as fuck like hans said.
|yeah, you guys probably would want to skip #18|
|But 25 habaneros jesus even that is too much haha.|
|well, they're balanced out by the other chiles, the honey, the sauce, etc. the final product is pretty damn hot, but there are certainly much hotter things out there. |
|I tried it. It worked.|
|That sounds like way too much heat, and I love heat. |
I used to make a tomatillo salsa, but I gave up after I made many batches and I couldn't get it hot. The more serranos I added, the worse it tasted.
|goddammit wyank, every time you make a list I end up frying a mediafire server.|
also, 3 has the second best use of Moonlight Sonata in metal (after Shining).
|"The more serranos I added, the worse it tasted."|
this is why you use habañeros. better heat:weight ratio.
|I tried a slice of habanero and got nothing too. I was too afraid to use a lot.|
|this is pretty awesome|
i'm a huge fan of hot sauce although i've never tried making any myself. my dad makes some killer salsa, though.
|it boils down a lot guys. It's not a crazy amount. Like it would be spicy but not crazy spicy. |
I planted so many hot peppers this year gonna be epic in august (yes I garden you can go fuck yourself)
|Mm I love hot sauce good shit|
|I had an allergic reaction to a potent hot sauce and thought i was going to die m/|
|"I planted so many hot peppers this year gonna be epic in august (yes I garden you can go fuck yourself)"|
i want to do that so badly.