Comment document.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "ace40ff6adf100a51b5ec4172e66c3ab" );document.getElementById("bc9752ae81").setAttribute( "id", "comment" ); Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Wonderful concoction! With the use of the Trinidad Moruga Scorpions which at the time of making this sauce is the 2nd hottest pepper in the world, you’re getting a hot sauce which should be used with extreme caution. It is much appreciated. 3. I'm all about food infused with some of my Caribbean ingredients. Both the salsa and the hot sauce … Place in a glass container and store in the fridge! Hi guys, I’m Renz. I made this sauce and it was fantastic! 25-30 HOT peppers * 1/2 cup cilantro chopped 3/4 teaspoon sea salt 1 cup vinegar 10 cloves garlic 1/2 lemon. Remove the stems from the Scorpion peppers. Liquefy the mixture and taste the mixture, if … Chili, salsa, guacamole, and barbeque sauce are some classic hot pepper dishes that are exceptionally good with Trinidad Scorpions. Little girl with a big appetite. Just wondering what you might say the shelf life would be?? Welcome to Sizzle.. Note: If doing this recipe gluten free, please go through the entire list of ingredients to make sure they meet with your specific gluten free dietary needs. I am the chief cook and bottle washer here at HomeMadeZagat. But I find that by using the blueberries, you get a lovely fruity roundness. Trinidad Scorpion Pepper Salsa Canning Recipe. The blueberries came from my mother in law’s bushes as well. For a smoother sauce use up to 6 oz vinegar), Pour mixture into a saucepan and bring to a boil. Immediately remove from heat, Welcome. Trinidad Scorpion Hot Sauce Recipe. definitely.. however, remember this will be very fiery! You will get about 1.5 cups of pepper sauce with this recipe … Give the peppers and scallions,  a rough chop.. include the seeds if you REALLY want the HEAT! I skipped the salt as well. Then allow to cool before you place in the blender or food processor. Facebook; Prev Article Next Article . Probably 15 min. Cook/simmer for about 15-20 minutes. 1 lb fresh cranberries, 2 oranges, 1-1/2 tbs of orange zest, 1 tbs of fresh mint chopped, 3/4 cup sugar (or add more to taste). could i replace the blueberries with huckleberries? Template Credits The blueberries will breakdown along with the peppers and the other ingredients will incorporate for a very tasty (but HOT) chunky sauce as this point. Thanks  so much for stopping by and reading my posts. Sep 1, 2015 - This recipe is dedicated to "Ryan The Cop" Ingredients 20-30 Habanero or Trinidad Scorpion Chilies seeded. Had it on some hummus and pita chips at first. 2 scallion Chop pepper in processor. Can be used to top cooked food as a condiment or can be used while cooking. Amazing! Rebecca Hedgepath 3 years ago No Comments. Add peppers to a food processor. – The Best Caribbean Recipes Online by Chef & Gourmand Award Winning Cookbook Author, Chris De La Rosa. 2 cups blueberries Wonderful blueberry jam flavor on the front and then the Scorpions take over with their flavor an heat. 12 scotch bonnet peppers (red, green and yellow if possible). What kind of vinegar do you use for recipe? Thank you for a great and simple recipe!! 2. Oye! also how many carolina reapers would you recommend for this recipe if i’m not using scorpion peppers? As mentioned above, allow it to cool then place it all in a blender and puree to a smooth sauce. not really needed and I just blew a color print cart lol, Check again, you can print without pictures or you cna simply cut and paste into a text file. Please check your email to get started. This recipe works great with any type of hot pepper, but I used a combination of Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, Bhut Jolikia, Chocolate Bhut Jolikia, Chocolate Scotch Bonnet, Scotch Bonnet, Habanero and the Seven Pod pepper. You’re giving me ideas for my holiday chutney sauce. Its Chris... enter your name & email address below and I'll send you SIZZLE. These peppers make great hot sauces and spice rubs. How long would you expect it to be edible? And can I bottle it? I am here sharing Caribbean recipes that I grew up eating and new ones I’ve fallen in love with over the years. 1 lime (juice) There is a wonderful one I made for thanksgiving. 6 scorpion peppers Add the pears, Vinegar, ginger, and garlic into a food processor. Delicious. I’ve already put it on my omelette and fried potatoes, a burger and fries. Chop all cranberries with sugar, orange zest, pepper and half of oranges in food processor. Be sure to wear gloves when handling the peppers and wash your hands immediately after with soap and water. Refrigerate and use up within two to three days. Best damn sauce i have ever made, Thanks for the recipe, Bring on the steaks!! (delicious easy-to-follow recipes directly to your inbox). Unfrickingbelievably good. IMPORTANT! 5 cups blanched, peeled and chopped tomatoes; 2 scorpion peppers, chopped (more or less to taste but be careful, these babies are hot) ... Another fun idea to do with Scorpion Peppers is to make my homemade hot sauce with them. I’m thinking it can be canned, just like any other hot sauce or salsa. Notes. I know you’re thinking.. “but Chris, blueberries is NOT Caribbean!”.. Agree.. but I tend to use the fruits (ingredients) I’m now surrounded with.. and to be quite honest, you’ll be amazed at how wonderful this peppersauce is.

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