How to Cook Perfect Roasted Habanero Passion Fruit Hot Sauce

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Roasted Habanero Passion Fruit Hot Sauce This recipe is fairly simple and utilizes all natural and fresh ingredients with no added sugar or artificial sweeteners. The sweet and tart characteristics of the passion fruit and grapefruit pair well with the citrus heat of the habanero. An amazing fruit-based hot sauce juuust may be the perfect thing to kick a boring grilled chicken breast in the butt and get it movin'. You can cook Roasted Habanero Passion Fruit Hot Sauce using 14 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Roasted Habanero Passion Fruit Hot Sauce

  1. You need 2 of Roasted Habanero Peppers.
  2. Prepare 1 of Roasted Anaheim Pepper.
  3. It's 5 of Roasted Thai Peppers.
  4. Prepare 5 Cloves of Roasted Garlic.
  5. Prepare 1 Cup of Roasted Carrots.
  6. You need 1/4 of Onion Rough Chopped.
  7. It's 1/2 Cup of Water.
  8. Prepare 1/2 Cup of Cider Vinegar.
  9. It's 1/4 Cup of Grapefruit Juice.
  10. You need 1/2 Cup of Passion Fruit Juice.
  11. You need 1 Tablespoon of Orange Juice.
  12. You need 1 teaspoon of Salt.
  13. It's 1/4 teaspoon of Ginger.
  14. It's 1/4 teaspoon of Smoked Paprika.

If you can't handle the heat, then stay out of the kitchen. Or at least when it comes to making hot sauce. This passion fruit hot sauce recipe, or ají de maracuya, is a mildly spicy creamy salsa made with passion fruit juice, ajies or hot chile peppers, lime juice, olive or avocado oil, and cilantro. Maracuyas or passion fruits remind me so much of home.

Roasted Habanero Passion Fruit Hot Sauce instructions

  1. Roast the fresh habanero, Anaheim, and time peppers along with the garlic and carrots in the toprack of an oven broiler preheated to 500 degrees for 5-20 minutes. Roasting times depend on your oven so pay close attention. Turn the peppers, garlic, and carrots to evenly roast each side..
  2. While the peppers and aromatics are roasting combine the vinegar and water and set aside for later..
  3. Also combine the grapefruit juice, passion fruit juice, and orange juice and set aside for later..
  4. Remove peppers and aromatics from the broiler. Rough chop the peppers, peel the garlic, and combine with onion in the bowl of a food processor. Process for roughly 30 seconds, then scrape the walls of the bowl and process again for another 10 seconds..
  5. Slowly add the vinegar and water to the food processor pulsing occasionally to mix. When all water and vinegar is added pulse for 5 seconds to blend..
  6. Transfer mixture to a non reactive saucepan and add the salt, ginger, and paprika stirring to combine. Heat on medium-high heat to simmer. Once it begins to bubble reduce heat to low and cook for 15 minutes stirring occasionally..
  7. After 15 minutes slowly add the grapefruit and passion fruit mixture while stirring to combine. Continue cooking for 5 minutes..
  8. Remove from heat and allow to cool for 15-20 minutes..
  9. Once enough to handle use a mesh strainer to separate the liquid from the pulp. You will have to push into the mesh to get the most amount of liquid out of it. When finished you may discard the pulp or use it for a fresh spicy kick in salsa or pasta sauce..
  10. Once strained the sauce may be jarred and kept in the refrigerator for up to 1 month or canned and stored for longer..

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