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Makes about 2 1/2 cups Servings

This hot sauce recipe is made with just three ingredients: chiles, vinegar, and salt.


  • 1 pound stemmed fresh chiles (such as jalapeño, serrano, Fresno, or habanero; use one variety or mix and match)
  • 2 tablespoons kosher salt
  • 1 1/2 cups distilled white vinegar

Recipe Preparation

  • Pulse chiles and kosher salt in a food processor until a coarse purée forms. Transfer to a 1-qt. glass jar, loosely screw on lid, and let stand at room temperature for 12 hours to ferment slightly.

  • Stir in vinegar and loosely screw on lid. Let chile mixture stand at room temperature for at least 1 day and up to 7 days. (Taste it daily; the longer it sits, the deeper the flavor becomes.)

  • Purée mixture in a food processor or blender until smooth, about 1 minute. Place a fine-mesh sieve inside a funnel. Strain mixture through sieve into a clean glass bottle. (Hot sauce will become thinner and may separate after you strain it; shake vigorously before each use.)

  • DO AHEAD: Can be made up to 4 months ahead. Keep refrigerated.

Recipe by The Bon Appétit Test Kitchen,

Nutritional Content

One serving (1 Tbsp. per serving) contains: Calories (kcal) 5 Fat (g) 0 Saturated Fat (g) 0 Cholesterol (mg) 0 Carbohydrates (g) 0 Dietary Fiber (g) 1 Total Sugars (g) 1 Protein (g) 0 Sodium (mg) 480Reviews SectionI've used this recipe a handful of times, and every time I find myself talking about good hot sauce... I come back to this.This recipe is the perfect blank slate on which to create your hot sauce masterpiece. I've done this with habaneros and peaches, red jalapeños and cinnamon stick, fresno chiles, etc... each one coming out magically.This is a must try for any hot sauce lover.colinazeltineEast Bay Area, CA09/12/18Iain MorrisonMilton Keynes08/23/18AnonymousMilton Keynes08/23/18test. where are the 242 ratings for this? no reviews?jimbof36New York, NY08/08/18

Nashville Hot Sauce

When it comes to regional recipes I can’t get enough of, nothing comes close to Nashville Hot Sauce! This Tennessee classic hot sauce is made with key ingredients like smoked paprika, cayenne powder and light brown sugar. When they’re all mixed together, they create a hot sauce that is seriously addictive!

Nick Tahou's Style Meat Sauce

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If you’ve ever been to Rochester NY, then you know exactly what this is. This meat sauce is used as the topping for the famous Nick Tahou’s garbage plate. A garbage plate is two hot dogs, hambugers, or cheeseburgers atop a pile of fried cubed potatoes (home fries) with either baked beans or macaroni salad, and then topped off with a heaping portion of this sauce. Seldomly eaten sober, my favorite combination is two cheeseburgers,macaroni salad and home fries. This sauce is equally good on your hot dog or hamburger. Nick Tahou, the man himself, once made me a Western Omelette Garbage Plate at the wee hours of the morning. That led me to believe it was the meat sauce that was important, not the rest. This is ‘hot sauce’ in Rochester.

How to Use As an Asian Marinade

To use as a marinade, add this Asian master sauce to your choice of protein and marinade for 15 minutes for more delicate proteins like shrimp, fish, or tofu and up to overnight for pork, chicken, or thinner cuts or cubes of beef.

*I’ll be sharing the recipe for the marinated steak above later this week so stay tuned!

Thicker pieces of meat can tolerate a longer marinade up to overnight, or double the recipe and use as the braising liquid for thicker cuts like roast pork ribs, with 2-3 cups of a beef broth for a low and slow braise in the oven (275°F for 3-4 hours).

1. Sriracha Hot Sauce

While Sriracha is a traditional Thai hot sauce, it gained quite a cult following in the US, as well. In fact, so many versions and hot sauce recipes of this came up, but we have something here that’s the stuff of dreams, indeed.

You will also appreciate this recipe even more because Sriracha complements a lot of recipes, thus the need for it in your everyday home cooking.

2. Passion Fruit Hot Sauce

This hot sauce recipe will give your taste buds sensations like no other because of the intoxicating aroma and flavors of passion fruit. It will be the perfect sauce for chicken and steak, so head for the grocery now and hunt for this exotic fruit.

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3. Caribbean Carrot + Homemade Habanero Hot Sauce

If you want a hot sauce that’s hot as hell, then set your mouth on fire with this Caribbean carrot habanero hot sauce recipe. A habanero and cooked carrots combo will surprise even super hot sauce lovers out there, for sure.

Habanero Definition: a variety of chili pepper grows in hot areas like Mexico

4. Nasturtium Hot Sauce

If you have a garden-full of nasturtiums, then we envy you because this one-of-a-kind hot sauce recipe is just what they need. It should also be both a good use of your homegrown flowers and a perfect homemade hot sauce recipe for canning.

Nasturtiums have a peppery taste, that is why it is commonly added to salads, in the same way, this hot sauce recipe features the edible flower. So if you’re up for a gastronomical adventure, go for this hot sauce that’s better than the store-bought ones!

5. Garlic-Habanero Hot Sauce

If you want hot sauce recipes you can add to your everyday meals, this is it. It will add some garlic flavor and heat to your everyday food, for sure.

Douse your everyday meals with this garlic and habanero super hot sauce so you can make them extraordinary, too.

6. Spicy Mango Habanero Hot Sauce Recipe

We just can’t get enough of habanero so we’re adding another special recipe. This time we’re adding sweet mangoes to the equation because, why not?

A smooth and creamy hot sauce made with a mango base that’s perfect for fish tacos or as a nacho filling sure is worth your time.

7. Jalapeno Hot Sauce Recipe

This fermented hot sauce has strong flavors of garlic, onions, and the tangy flavor of vinegar you won’t get anywhere else. In fact, the fantastic flavor, as well as the right kind of spiciness of jalapenos, make this a one of a kind recipe.

  • 24 Empty Hot Sauce Bottles, Clear Glass, Packed in Sturdy Case with Partitions
  • Capacity: 5 Fl Oz, Bottle Dimensions: 6.68" Height x 1.81" Diameter
  • Includes Dripper Inserts and Black Screw Caps with Food Grade Liner
  • Great for Bottling Your Homemade Hot Sauce!

8. Homemade Hot Pepper Sauce

Check out this easy hot sauce recipe, so you can make a basic hot sauce recipe.

If you also love Frank’s red hot sauce, you’ll love this homemade version better, for sure. Folks at parties and barbecues are surely going to love this flavorful and simple hot chili sauce recipe.

9. Colombian Hot Sauce

Have you tasted Colombian empanadas? This hot sauce recipe makes them an absolutely delicious treat. Get the taste of Colombia with this easy-to-make, one of the best hot sauce recipes around.

10. Louisiana-Style Hot Sauce

Cayennes are one of the best substitutes for tabasco chiles in this tasty recipe. Customize this recipe to whatever chili you prefer and try this hot sauce recipe that will last one month refrigerated.

11. Tobasco-Style Homemade Lacto-Fermented Hot Sauce

Get the spiciness of Tabasco and some probiotic goodness with this amazing recipe. You’ll have to wait for about one to two weeks, but it’s worth it.

  • PREMIUM HOT SALSA: Ass Kickin’s Fire Roasted Green Chile and Tequila Salsa is made for those who love bold, Southwest flavor with that Kick Yo’ Ass type of heat! Made with premium habanero peppers, this salsa measures at around 50,000 - 250,000 SHU. That’s one hot salsa! Not for the faint of heart, try this spicy salsa - only if you dare!
  • FLAMIN’ FIESTA FLAVOR: This premium habanero salsa is made with fresh fire roasted green chilies, habanero peppers, rich tomatoes, garlic, onions, and a bite of Mexican tequila for that extra kick. For those who love chunky, this salsa is just for you! Just dive right in and savor the bold, delicious flavor of our fire roasted salsa. It’s sure to get the party goin’ in no time!
  • NEXT LEVEL DISHES: This spicy salsa will liven any dish, backed by a bold, Southwest flavor and medium heat designed for the true spicy food fan. Try it with your burritos, huevos rancheros, tortilla chips and more. This salsa will surely enhance the flavors of just about anything. But, don’t go overboard, or you’ll soon be beggin’ for mercy!
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  • TOP NOTCH QUALITY: This habanero salsa is one of the best on the market today. Why? Because we grow and harvest our own habanero peppers on land right next to our facility in Arizona. Talk about dedication! Made with quality and consistency in mind, this is one fine, fiery salsa. You surely won’t find another one quite like it around- and you won’t have to! Don’t believe it? Just check our reviews.

12. Roasted Green Chili Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

Like barbecue, a smoky flavor is all a hot sauce needs to make it all the more flavorful and mouthwatering. You’ll love the smoky goodness of this roasted green chile hot sauce because even a little amount can go a long way.

13. Peach Hot Sauce

Tame the spiciness of habanero by combining it with sweet peaches. What you have is a habanero hot sauce recipe that’s Southern through and through, too.

The sweetness of peach and the spiciness of habanero combined will make you want to drizzle this on everything.

14. Chili Verde Hot Sauce

Make a batch of this hot sauce so you can take your cooking to the next level. It has a great dimension of flavors and is one of the best hot sauce recipes around, too.

A combination of tomatillos, spices, and cilantro sure does make a hot sauce the best.

Check out this short video by Delish on how to make mango habanero hot sauce:

Whether you want an everyday hot sauce or an occasional hot sauce recipe for canning, any from among these tasty recipes won’t fail you. Not only that, these recipes could put you in the spotlight as the homemade hot sauce recipes guru.

So take out your spoon and mixing bowl, as well as your apron, because things are about to heat up in the kitchen.

Did you like our list of hot sauce recipes? Let us know in the comments section your thoughts on these homemade hot sauce ideas!

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on July 30, 2018, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.

  • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 cup diced onion
  • 2 medium chile peppers, such as poblano, New Mexico or Anaheim, diced
  • 2-4 habanero peppers, or other small hot chile peppers, stemmed, halved and seeded (see Tip)
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 pound tomatoes, diced (about 3 cups)
  • 1 cup distilled white vinegar
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 1-3 teaspoons sugar

Heat oil in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add onion, chile peppers, habaneros to taste and garlic and cook, stirring, until the onion is soft and beginning to brown, 3 to 4 minutes.

Reduce heat to medium. Add tomatoes, vinegar, salt and sugar to taste. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the tomatoes begin to break down, about 5 minutes.

Carefully transfer the tomato mixture to a food processor or blender. Puree until smooth. (Use caution when pureeing hot ingredients.) Set a fine-mesh sieve over a medium bowl pour the pureed mixture through the sieve, pushing on the solids with a wooden spoon to extract all the liquid. (Discard solids.) Let the sauce cool to room temperature, about 1 1/2 hours.

Tip: The membranes that hold the seeds are the spiciest part of chile peppers (that's where the capsaicin is). The seeds pick up some spiciness by association. You can customize the heat of salsa or hot sauce by using some or all of the seeds along with the flesh of the pepper and tasting as you go. Be sure to wash your hands thoroughly after chopping hot peppers or wear rubber gloves.

To make ahead: Cover and refrigerate for up to 1 month or freeze in an airtight container for up to 6 months.

15 Minute Homemade Hot Sauce

Homemade hot sauce recipe that tastes just like Frank’s hot sauce! Ready in 15 minutes and can be tailored to mild, medium or hot – however you want!

  • Author:Tiffany
  • Prep Time: 5
  • Cook Time: 10
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 2 cups 1 x
  • Category: Sauces/Condiments
  • Method: blend
  • Cuisine: American


  • 20 fresh peppers of your choice (Fresno, Cayenne, Jalapeno are good ones)
  • 1 1/2 cups white vinegar or apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 3 tsp minced fresh garlic


  1. Put on gloves (kitchen-safe) and wash the peppers.
  2. Cut the tops off of your peppers and slice in half lengthwise.
  3. Pour the vinegar into a saucepan/pot, add peppers, salt, and garlic. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to a low boil until peppers are soft (about 10 minutes).
  4. Pour everything into your blender, including peppers and vinegar.
  5. Blend it (seeds and all) until liquefied.
  6. Add additional heat if desired. If you like it hot, add a Habanero (or half of one), re-blend and re-taste.
  7. Enjoy. You now have hot sauce!


This additional pepper added to the blender isn’t cooked. We don’t recommend adding “additional heat” when you’re cooking the peppers on the stove when you make this the first time. This gives you the chance to adjust the heat after the fact, little by little. Once you determine how much heat you like, feel free to add those additional peppers to the ones you cooked earlier in subsequent batches.

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Sure, there are a lot of hot sauces on the market, but it's so much fun to make your own! Most hot sauces rely on fresh or dried chili peppers, and you can customize your sauce by using your favorite peppers or a mix. Add a hefty amount of vinegar to get the classic tangy flavor and play around with adding seasonings or other veggies. Store the hot sauce in the fridge and add it to any dish that needs a little kick.

Now is a great time to experiment with making your favorite fast food sauces at home. The pandemic has not gone away yet, and with another wave potentially in the future, it's great to be able to make your own fast food-style meals. Most of these sauce and dip recipes are simple to make with only a few ingredients, so beginning cooks will have no problem. If you've always wanted to recreate your favorite fast food condiments, start with these copycat recipes. (If you have a stockpile of condiments, here are 26 Delicious Recipes That Use Up Those Aging Condiments in the Fridge.)

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