Brazilian Malagueta and Bird Chiles

Molho Apimentado (Malagueta Hot Sauce)

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Brazilian Malagueta and Bird Chiles
Molho Apimentado (Malagueta Hot Sauce)
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Latin America is well known for it’s spicy, hot, flavorful foods. However let it be known that their cuisine does not acquire its famous flavor without a little help from a friend, namely the hot sauce, known in this case as Molho Apimentado. Malagueta peppers rank hot on the list of peppers and this sauce, as most hot sauces, can be used like the American version of gravy, on any dish be it turkey, rice, kale or stuffing. The hot sauce brings the different flavors of the meal together with one cohesive taste and many textures to give Latin American food lovers the taste they’ve been waiting for.
Servings
1 cup
Servings
1 cup
Brazilian Malagueta and Bird Chiles
Molho Apimentado (Malagueta Hot Sauce)
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Latin America is well known for it’s spicy, hot, flavorful foods. However let it be known that their cuisine does not acquire its famous flavor without a little help from a friend, namely the hot sauce, known in this case as Molho Apimentado. Malagueta peppers rank hot on the list of peppers and this sauce, as most hot sauces, can be used like the American version of gravy, on any dish be it turkey, rice, kale or stuffing. The hot sauce brings the different flavors of the meal together with one cohesive taste and many textures to give Latin American food lovers the taste they’ve been waiting for.
Servings
1 cup
Servings
1 cup
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Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in a good food processor or blender and puree. Add water if necessary to adjust the consistency.
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