Web Design, Programming, and Business

Hot Pepper Sauce

This is my second batch and this time I’ve written down the recipe. It’s really spicy but has a terrific flavor so is great for super hot wings but also terrific for adding kick to a salsa or to eggs.

  • 1c Rooster Spur hot pepper (you can use other peppers as well but these have a great flavor to go with the heat – you can find seeds at reimerseeds.com/rooster-spur-hot-peppers.aspx)
  • 1 full garlic clove (I use a garlic press)
  • 2t chipotle sauce or 1t smoke flavor
  • 1T black pepper
  • 2T creole or cajun seasoning (I use Emeril’s Essence and make it up in a big batch since I like to use it for everything! food.com/recipe/emerils-essence-5031
  • 1/2 can tomato paste (3oz)
  • 1c water

Blend all the ingredients until most of seeds have been pulverized. I use a ninja blender – does great for this. And make sure you keep a window open – this recipe will have your eyes watering.

 

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Aaron Day

Professionally building websites since 2002, I've worked at Microsoft, multiple agencies, and a few web design businesses of my own. I've been an owner of Thrive Web Designs since 2015. I've taught classes, run design groups and even ran a benefit auction for 4 years in my free time. I love sharing and giving back to the web/creative community.

By Aaron Day
Web Design, Programming, and Business

Meet Aaron Day

Professionally building websites since 2002, I've worked at Microsoft, multiple agencies, and a few web design businesses of my own. I've been an owner of Thrive Web Designs since 2015. I've taught classes, run design groups and even ran a benefit auction for 4 years in my free time. I love sharing and giving back to the web/creative community.

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