Talking to a friend, I discovered that he and his girlfriend loved hot sauce, but she was allergic to tomatoes. Most hot sauces are made with tomatoes, so this obviously posed a large problem. I was determined to solve this problem! Let me tell you. BOY DID I! In honor of my dear friend, the inspiration for this whole thing, I named the sauce after him. Mohawk Coq, Roasted Red Pepper Rooster Sauce.
I actually made this as a christmas gift for the friend mentioned above. But I had to know if it was alright before they received it. I brought the leftovers after bottling this sauce and let them taste it. The reaction was incredible! They loved it.
This sauce is natural and has very little in the way of preservatives. SO if you’re going to use it, use it up in 2 weeks or less. You can freeze it, it freezes well. Or if you’re using canning jars, as long as the lid is sealed (pops) when you pour the just finished sauce into it, you should be alright to keep it on a shelf. Just use it within 2 weeks after unsealing it.
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