Thursday, October 17, 2013

Healthy Homemade Hot Sauce!

Homemade Buffalo Sauce Recipe:

10 organic Cayenne Peppers (176g for this recipe)
1 1/2 cups organic white vinegar 
3 organic garlic cloves, skin fully removed
1/2 tablespoon fresh squeezed lime juice
1/8 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 teaspoon organic paprika
1/2 bay leaf

Rinse and remove the tops from the peppers and place into a medium, non-reactive sauce pan (i.e. ceramic or stainless steel). Add remaining ingredients and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low/medium-low, cover and let simmer for 20-25 minutes, or until the peppers are soft and tender. 

Once peppers are soft add to a food processor, blender, or Vitamix and blend until smooth. If end result does not end in a smooth puree, strain through a fine sieve and discard any sediment it catches.

Return to sauce pan and simmer on low for another 15 minutes. 

Place in an airtight glass container and refrigerate overnight. 

While mine never lasts this long, it can save for about 5-6 months when refrigerated in airtight container, but always check for mold or signs or spoil before using. 

Nutrition Info (3 tablespoons):

40 calories, 1.9g fat, 0.4g saturated fat, 0g trans fat, 0mg cholesterol, 17.3mg sodium, 6.5g carbohydrates, 3g fiber, 1.1g sugar, 1.1g protein

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Lucas Moore said...

Wow!!! Nice recipe. It is awesome and great for health. I will also make it at home.

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Anonymous said...

ive been looking all over for recipe like this !! im so excited to try it

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Tina Savoie said...

I just made this recipe.'s a tiny batch. I bought a jar similar to yours to store it, but realized the batch would barely cover the bottom. Ended up putting it in a jam tester jar, it's still only about 3 Tbsp worth. I was barely able to find 10 healthy organic cayenne peppers at the market today (I went late). Next week I'll buy 40 cayenne peppers and try a bigger batch. Does it still keep it's flavour when multiplied? I took a taste before putting it in the fridge, awesome flavour! Since lowering my sodium to bring my blood pressure down, I've found food has no flavour. I make fresh salsa with fruit to mask the lack of salt, but I so miss hot wings. 1/2 a chicken breast dipped in this hot sauce will hit the spot I'm sure! Thanks for posting this recipe.

Anonymous said...

What if I can't find fresh cayenne peppers can I substitute it with cayenne powder if so how much