Question Favourite sauce recipes

Justin M

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Hi everybody, recently finishing up my summer harvest in Victoria, Australia (we've had quite a warm start to autumn/fall). I have just processed a glut of green tomatoes and chillies and was wondering what everybody's go to is for making various sauces?

I've just made:
- green tomato sauce
- green tomato relish
- chilli jam

Does anybody have any good recipes for other sauces? BBQ? Tomato? Hot Sauce?
 

Pero

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I'm fermenting a load of chilies made up of Cayenne, Mexican and Carolina Reapers for a siracha hot sauce...

Will keep you posted with how it goes if you're interested.
 
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Justin M

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Apr 27, 2020
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Warragul, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
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Temperate (all seasons)
I'm fermenting a load of chilies made up of Cayenne, Mexican and Carolina Reapers for a siracha hot sauce...

Will keep you posted with how it goes if you're interested.
Definately keep me posted, I'm a huge hot sauce head and would love to get a recipe that is recommended. I've heard the fermented sauces are generally much better than those that aren't. Thanks
 

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Just finished up the first batch of Siracha.

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As stated previously, I've used Cayenne, Mexican and Carolina Reapers including a whole bulb of garlic and fermented it all in a 2.5% brine for seven days.

Drained them and blended the fruit with about a cup and a half of the brine and then passed it through a strainer removing whatever pulp and seeds remained.

Has a really intense fermented flavour. I plan on experimenting with this as a base adding other ingredients to dial in the exact flavour I want to achieve.
 
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