This banana pepper sauce is a delicious spicy sauce, that transforms any average food into a highly delectable one. Feel the magical changes happen in a few seconds, from meat to veggies.
Making this sauce is the easiest among all the homemade spicy sauces. This pepper sauce is thick and good enough to cover the meat. That enhances the it juicier and finger-licking. The best zing sauce for all the hearty, spicy food fans!
The delightful banana pepper sauce with the right balance of heat and the sweet makes every bite more dramatic and luscious. The ingredients(except fresh banana pepper) are pantry-ready in most spicy food lovers’ kitchens, or at least these are available in most grocery stores.
The sauce is inspired by one of our store-bought bottled sauces. The chicken wings coated with fresh banana pepper sauce taste amazingly and stunning.
But we wanted the same taste as our tofu steak or veggies. We loved the outcome and always make sure I have them in my refrigerator in the season time.
It is one of the easy sauces I store for making quick, instant food to enjoy anytime. The sauce does all the backend work when you think about making a side dish or main course. You stay relaxed in deciding the addon or the flavor enhancers.
The tasty banana pepper sauce is versatile; instead of cooking them with chicken wings or shrimp, enjoy serving them as a dip for crispy nachos or chips.
Does your refrigerator have Vegetables that are sitting for a long time untouched? this sauce comes to your rescue; stir fry them with this. The spicy kick in here transmits the veggies vanishes quickly at the dinner.
What is banana pepper sauce, and what does it taste like?
The oregano, and parsley in here bring refreshing flavors without any effort. The sauce is a pleasant bundle of enchanting flavors and tastes.
Are you a spicy food lover? spot on. This easy sauce could turn into your favorite addiction for sure. Furthermore, the sauce fits not only the chicken wings but other main ingredients as well. Enter the world and explore more with other alternatives.
Why should I make this sauce?
Making at home means, we have complete control over the ingredients and have the liberty of choosing and skipping the elements.
We made it with no cooking oil, which means an instant cut down on calories and cholesterol.
Alter the recipe to suit our dietary specifications; the options are endless when we make our sauce.
Finally, we save money. with a fraction of the cost, we can make a huge portion that can be used for multiple recipes later.
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How to make banana pepper sauce
Whether you are looking for a sauce for tossing the meat or to use as a dip, this will perform better than expected.
Fresh banana pepper. This recipe is a blessing when you see banana peppers are in season. When your stores start to have this on their shelves, grab them without thinking.
Yellow Onion. A simple secret of making a thick, silky sauce that clings the main ingredient well. Additionally, it’s a thinking agent and gives a rich, velvety finish. Well, in its absence, it can be substituted with other varieties.
Tomato puree. Use freshly pureed tomato or canned tomato puree. Both do justice and are equally suitable for this recipe.
Honey. The honey’s mild sweetness bursts the flavors. But the vegans can swap with maple syrup or agave nectar. Alternatively, skip using honey and increase the sugar in this recipe. Skipping this ingredient will not break the recipe.
Water. A quarter cup of water is needed to cook up the sauce.
Oregano and parsley. Adds up a pleasant aroma, and every tiny bit boosts up the flavors.
The recipe directions
In a pan, add olive oil, followed by minced garlic.
Saute till it is fragrant without burning them.
Add onion and saute till it becomes translucent.
Stir in the tomato puree and banana peppers.
In low heat, cook for 30 minutes or until it thickens, stirring occasionally.
Now, combine the rest of the ingredients.
Cook for 2 minutes.
Use a hand blender if you prefer a smooth and silky texture.
Excellent and stored in airtight containers.
Make ahead and storing ideas
This excellent banana pepper sauce recipe is naturally a make-ahead relish.
To make-ahead. Make the sauce in advance and store it in the refrigerator in a sealed container. You can quickly toss the sauce to chicken wings, boneless cubes, or shrimp whenever needed.
To store. Save it in an airtight container in the refrigerator to use for up to a week. Or save them as small cubes and freeze them for up to 3 months.