Yield: 8 Servings
|12 \N||Scotch Bonnets or Habaneros (stemmed but not seeded)|
|1 large||Yellow onion; chopped (about 2 cups)|
|1 cup||Fresh pineapple; in 1 inch cubes|
|4 tablespoons||Pineapple juice|
|2 teaspoons||Dry mustard|
|1 teaspoon||Ground fenugreek|
|1 teaspoon||Ground coriander|
|1 teaspoon||Ground celery seed|
|2 teaspoons||Mace flakes -or-|
|1 teaspoon||Ground mace)|
|3 teaspoons||Ground cumin seed|
|1 teaspoon||Ground cayenne|
|2 teaspoons||Ground red chile|
|16 \N||Turns fresh black pepper|
|1 \N||(1-inch) ginger root; minced|
|4 tablespoons||Cider vinegar|
Notes: I have been in this mail group for about a month and seen alot of discussions about the hottest sauce and have not heard anyone mention any of the sauces in the book "Hot Licks" by Jennifer Trainer Thompson.
Either it is an unfound gem or an old pase book. Either way it has a good compendium of commercially available sauces as well as recipes for sauces divided into "Piques & Sherries", "Louisina-Style Sauces", "Carribean-Style Sauces", "Sauce Of The Border" and "Specialty Sauces and World Heat". They have great names like "F-16 Afterburner", and "Death Wish".
I have not been too fond of the Raw Habenero flavor but I really enjoy the fire they empail you with. However, I found a habanero based sauce in the book that does appeal to me and is to die for. I can't wait until fresh habanero's are available and I'm gonna make a vat of this stuff: Place chiles, onion, pineapple juice, and spices in blender and puree until smooth. In a saucepan over low heat, dissolve cornstarch in the vinegar, add the puree and honey, and simmer slowly for ten minutes. Mix with lime juice and pour over fresh-cut tropical fruit.
MFREIE@... (Michael Freie)
(also Dan Hirschi (California State University, Northridge) dhirschi@...)
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