Fatalii Hot Sauce
This is a simple fruity tasting Fatalii Hot Sauce. Fatalli Chilli Peppers have a beautiful fruity taste which is great for the base of this sauce, the pears help thicken out the Hot Sauce without overpowering the Fatalii’s. With the addition of lemon this sauce is perfect for seafood or chicken.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hours
Total Time: 1 hours, 20 minutes
Yield: 1 – 1.1 liters
•400ml Fatalii Chilli Peppers
•300ml White Wine Vinegar
•1 Lemongrass Stick
•1 Juiced Lemon
1.Remove the stems from the Fatalli Chilli Peppers.
2.Finely chop the Fatalii Chilli Peppers and lemongrass.
3.Add all of the ingredients into a blender and liquefy the contents (Leave out the salt)
4.Add the Hot Sauce mixture into a pot and slowly heat until it reaches a rolling boil for at least 15minutes.
5.Reduce the heat back down to a simmer for one hour.
6.Salt to taste after the sauce has reduced.
The 400ml of Fatalii is a puree, you can clean and cut off the tops of the peppers and then add them into a blender with a small amount of the vinegar just to get the peppers moving.
You could either use fresh pears or from a tin can if pears aren’t in season. I’d prefer fresh ripe pears but if the canned pears are used just make sure to wash them and don’t add any of the canning liquid.
This is a Fatalii Hot Sauce Recipe that is meant to be bottled and should last for more than 6 months. 20 Minutes before the sauce has finished its last period of cooking start to sterilize any bottles. To sterilize my glass bottles and lids I use a food steamer that is tall enough to fit the bottles vertically. When the sauce is fully cooked I remove the very hot bottles and carefully pour the boiling hot sauce into the bottles then cap straight away.