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Instant Pot Hot Sauce

 

This is officially my favorite way to convert garden grown hot peppers in to hot sauce.  The end product is smooth, colorful and tasty.

 

5-6 ounces of coarsely chopped habanero.

2 ounces of chopped carrots

One 14 ounce can of pair halves (no juice)

2 ts of salt 

1 TS garlic powder

1 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar

 

Add everything to the pot and cook high pressure for 2 minutes.  Allow a natural pressure release.  Use a stick blender and puree.  

 

Bottle and place in fridge overnight.  You could optionally screen it but it's great without doing that, don't add stems and the like.

 

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It's also worth mentioning that this recipe is very flexible and any pepper or fruit could be used.  You could for example use 1 habanero and a bunch of red bell peppers to get a very mild sauce or substitute mango for the pair.

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