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Hot Pepper Sauce

post #1 of 7
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Freind of mine makes this.  Pretty good on everything.  Can be hit or miss on the heat.  I used 8 qts. of hungarian wax, jalapenos and italian cherry peppers.  A few from each bushh.  Only had 6 of the  cherry pappers.  The habenaros are not ripe yet.  I'll make a small batch when they are ready.peppers.jpg





post #2 of 7

What is the recipe?

post #3 of 7

That looks great! I need to do that too. I did a few last year and added some small onions from the garden that just didn't seem to grow. Makes great Christmas gifts!

post #4 of 7

Now that looks pretty darn good to me. I have some pepper sauce that a friend of mine made this year it just needs some more time on the shelf before I can eat it he says. But I do have some japs still on the plant. What's the recipe for this stuff.???

post #5 of 7
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Sorry it took so long to get back with the recipe.  I should have posted it at the same time.  Enjoy. 


Annie's Hot Pepper Sauce

1 Pint Canola or Vegetalbe oil

4 cups sugar

3 cups white vinegar

1 large (32 oz) Ketchup (Heinz)

2, 15 oz cans tomato sauce (Hunts)

2 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp salt

Mix and simmer 25 min.

Clean peppers (approx 6 to 8 quarts) (banana, cherry, etc.), remove seeds. Slice

& place in sauce.

Simmer 5 min.

Fill jars. Process in Hot Water bath 5 min.

post #6 of 7

Thanks for the recipe - I have saved it for the future

post #7 of 7

I am definitely going to try this recipe, Thanks

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