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How To: Homemade Tabasco Sauce Recipe
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How To: Homemade Tabasco Sauce Recipe 

It is actually super easy, and believe it or not, only 3 ingredients are needed.

Tabasco sauce is made simply by combining tabasco chili peppers, vinegar, and salt. The flavor of the sauce will vary depending on the region where the peppers were grown and the quality of the vinegar. To make tabasco sauce, combine the ingredients, cook the sauce, strain, and store it.


  • 1 pound (.45 kg) of fresh tabasco chili peppers
  • 2 cups (474 ml) of vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons of salt

How to do it?

  • Select distilled white vinegar of high quality.
    Because there are so few ingredients in this recipe, it’s critical to use the best quality you can find. Make sure you use distilled white vinegar. 

  • Select fresh, ripened tabasco chili peppers without blemishes.
    Choose peppers that are bright red and evenly colored. Avoid gnarled and blemished peppers. If your local market doesn’t sell tabasco chili peppers, or if you grow other kinds of hot peppers yourself, you can experiment with any others.

  • Handle and chop hot peppers with caution.
    If you have sensitive skin, you should wear disposable gloves before you begin. The pepper juice is extremely potent and may sting your skin. After handling the peppers, wash your hands thoroughly. While handling the peppers, avoid touching your eyes or face.

  • The peppers’ stems should be removed.
    To remove any dirt or debris, thoroughly wash the peppers in cold water. Simply cut off the top of the pepper, along with the stem, with a sharp knife to remove it.

  • You can chop them by hand or in a food processor.
    Put all of the peppers, stems and all, into a food processor or blender. Start the machine and process the vegetables until they are roughly chopped. If you don’t have either of those tools, you can roughly chop them by hand.

Put the peppers into a pan and bring it to boil. Let it simmer for 5 minutes. Stir occasionally. Let it cool down, and then place it into a blender. Use a colander to separate the sauce from the seeds. Pour into bottles. 

And there you have it! That’s it!


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