Thursday, 10 May 2018

homemade green sriracha chilli sauce

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fresh green chillies - ready for making into my homemade green sriracha chilli sauce

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homemade green sriracha chilli sauce

homemade green sriracha chilli sauce 



The hot sauce making continues here in the kitchen at De Tout Coeur Limousin. With a bagful of green serrano chillies to use up I was looking for the perfect quick chilli sauce recipe. I love garlic and ginger in my chilli sauces - so added these too. 

We are big fans of the traditional red sriracha chilli sauce, which is always a kitchen cupboard staple (we get withdrawal symptoms if we ever run out). Luckily we have found this recipe which is a very good alternative, and another necessary chilli sauce to have in the cupboard.

This green sriracha style chilli sauce is so quick and easy to make - just blend all the ingredients together, then simmer until reduced and thickened, and pour into sterilized bottles or jars.

My homemade green sriracha chilli sauce is delicious used as an ingredient stirred into chillies, curries and stir fries or as a condiment in burgers and sandwiches. Just in time for BBQ season and the inaugural lighting of the fire pit. 


preparation/cooking time guide: about 30 minutes 
recipe adapted from: fiery green sriracha


ingredients


1 1/2 pounds green chilli peppers de-stemmed and roughly chopped (use any combination of hot green chillies you like) 
6 garlic cloves peeled
2 oz ginger root peeled
1/2 cup white vinegar
1/4 cup sugar
1 tablespoon salt

method

using a food blender or processor to blend all the ingredients together until they are a smooth paste. 

pour the blended ingredients into a saucepan, bring to the boil then reduce the heat to a low/medium. Simmer for about 10 minutes, until the chilli sauce is thickened and reduced in volume. 

take the cooked green chilli sauce off the heat and pour carefully into clean, sterilized bottles or jars with a funnel. Seal with an air tight lid and leave to cool. The green sriracha chilli sauce is ready to use immediately. Once opened store in the fridge. 



Check out a few of my other hot chilli sauces and jams here: 

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9 comments:

  1. Who this sounds tasty. I would love to try some. Thanks for sharing at Welcome To The Weekend Blog Hop hope you're having a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thanks so much - it's a new favourite - and really quick and easy to make too :)

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  2. Hi, my daughter loves sriracha chlli sauce. It's a shame that fresh chilli peppers are hard to find here. Pinning in case I find any!

    Popped over from #weekendblogshare

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    1. Thanks for popping over - they are not readily available here either, but when I see them at the shops/market I like to stock up.

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  3. I must show this to my husband he LOVES chillis! We have a sauce here called Diablo and we pretty much puts it on everything. #FabFridayPost

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    1. Diablo is a great name for a chilli sauce! Thanks for popping over - and do let me know if you give the recipe a try. It's a real favourite here - and we're almost running out - so time to make a new batch.

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  4. My hubby would love this, I shall pass it on to him :) X #anythinggoes

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  5. This sounds lovely - I love a hot sauce! We are big BBQ fans so this would be ideal for us this summer. Thanks for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove

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  6. Oh Yum!! This looks amazing! I'm a fan of chillies sauces. I like spicy food. So I'm so pinning this without a doubt! :) xx

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