|Barbecues and Marinades|
|by Sylvie Tardrew|
Part of a series that features ideas for outdoor eating and living, this guide presents over 50 recipes for traditional meats - steaks, pork and l...
1 - 10 of 62 for homemade hot sauce
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Remove skins from ... and simmer the sauce from 30 minutes ... if the sauce is too thin, cook a little longer until it reaches the desired consistency.
Get a small ... this point, the sauce should be steaming. ... stirring occasionally. Serve with chips or Taco Soup or any other Mexican food. Enjoy!!:) z
Fill the outer ... cream. Serve the sauce over scoops of ... sauce into a small saucepan and heat over low heat, stirring constantly. Makes 1 1/2 cups sauce.
Simmer in crock pot for 2 hours. (Great for Sloppy Joes, too).
Mix 50/50 grape ... Bring to boil, reduce heat. Add cut up hot dog and Polish sausage already boiled. Simmer for 15-20 minutes, low heat. Serve in sauce.
10 1/2 oz. ... will give the sauce a nice zip; ... make a really hot sauce. In heavy-gauge ... refrigerate or freeze. Freezing helps sauce retain flavor.
Mix or blend for 30 seconds. Put in a quart jar and chill.
Blend in blender for a few seconds. Makes about 48 ounces and keeps well in refrigerator.
Beat eggs until ... ice. Great with homemade hot fudge sauce. Melt butter ... 1 cup. Great over homemade ice cream. Note: Use regular size cans 12-15 oz.
Heat all ingredients together until it comes to a boil, reduce heat to low and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes. This recipe can be frozen in small ...
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