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Fatalli Peppers Recipe

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Fatalli Peppers Recipe

Postby sasquatch » Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:22 pm

Grew some of these this year for the first time and they are good and hot with a great taste.
Does any of you fine folks out there have a hot sauce recipe that is proven delicious?
Just don't want to take one of the interweb when I know someone here has one.
Thanks.

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Re: Fatalli Peppers Recipe

Postby punkin » Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:50 pm

A few threads down this page;
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If you are looking for a sweet spicy sauce i make a mango one i found on the web that is an absolute cracker. It's still fucking hot, but hot like spread some on your food, not hot like add 4 drops to a pot.

My favourite Mango Chillie Sauce Bajan style.

Mix 8-12 seeded haberneros
couplea birdseyes,
couplea jalepenos,
5 tablespoons rice wine vinegar in the whizzer and mince till liquid.

Add slowly,
1 large 800 gm can mango's drained,
1 cup american hotdog mustard
1/4 cup dark brown or maidera sugar
1 tablespoon Keens Curry powder
2 teaspoons Cumin
3/4 tablespoon chillie powder
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 teaspoon cracked 4 pepercorn mix.

Mix in the blender and bottle.

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Re: Fatalli Peppers Recipe

Postby sasquatch » Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:32 am

Thanks bud.
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Re: Fatalli Peppers Recipe

Postby sasquatch » Mon Nov 20, 2017 12:59 pm

So a few different batch's got made and I strained one so the pulp was gone.
The flavour is great and colour wonderful.
But it was thin like water or Tabasco.
With out the proper dispensing cap on the bottle it makes it difficult to apply with out spooning it out.
So next time I think I will thicken it up with some tapioca starch.
Why tapioca? It gives a nice shine to the finished product that other starches don't have.
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