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    Henshaw's Hot Sauce

  • One large onion chopped
  • 4 cloves garlic
  • Six large fresh tomatoes chopped
  • 1 cup ketsup (adds sweet taste)
  • 10 Habaneros (nice and hot) -- (10 to 12)
  • salt to taste
  • two tablespoons of vinegar
  • I cooked all of the ingredients in a large sauce pan until onion is soft. I then took the cooked ingredients and transfered them into a blender. I blended until I could not blend anymore.

    This is where it gets cool. I have a metal mesh strainer that is large, but the mesh is very thin. I put the strainer over another sauce pan and poured my blended material into the strainer. I let all of the "juice" strain out into the sauce pan.

    I put the juice that strained out into my hot sauce containers and use it like any one would use Tobasco sauce. I saved the thicker material that did not strain through my strainer and put it in separate containers. I use it like a spread, on sandwiches, toast type crackers, etc.

    Two products out of one recipe. Both products are very tasty and can be used in many ways.

    Hope I gave someone a new idea.

    From: Rob Henshaw
    Huntsville, AL
    Posted By: Rob Henshaw, Via: Chile Head Mailing List
    Post Date: Mon, 21 May 2001

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