I don’t make this sriracha sauce very often because when I do make it, I want to eat it all and on everything.
Really, I could even eat it alone. I LOVE it. I decided that the reason I eat all day is that of these delicious sauces. That’s it, I promise!!
But, the worst part is, that these sauces make me crave food. Not healthy diet, but junk food. When I make green Mexican salsa all I want is avocado tacos(this isn’t the junk food side of my cravings), or tortilla chips(this one is). And really, it’s not about the chips…its the salsa!!!
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The same thing happens with every type…salsas and sauces are my weakness…weird right? But anyways if you think about it, all the ones I make are full of nutrients, health benefits, and they’re all natural. That’s why I think it’s super important that we learn how to make them at home.
There are several salsas that I haven’t shared with you yet, but I have them on the mind. I’m sure you’ll love them. Do you like them too? Or am I just crazy? Hahaha…
So here is the recipe for my
homemade Sriracha sauce
- 1 manzana verde chica o media mediana en trozos y sin semillas
- 12 chiles rojos sin tallos
- 1-2 dientes de ajo pelados
- 1 cucharada de salsa de soya
- 21/2 cucharadas de vinagre de manzana
- 2 cucharadas de agua
- Sal al gusto
- Pon todos los ingredientes en la licuadora. Cuando estén perfectamente bien molidos ponlos sobre la estufa en una ollita a fuego medio. Cuando suelte el primer hervor, baja el fuego y deja hervir por cinco minutos.
- Revisa el sazón y ajusta de sal si es necesario.
- Vacía en un frasco con tapa y guarda en el refri.
Nutritional information of this recipe is only an estimate, the accuracy for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.