This is a recipe for a delicious homemade green chili sauce that has the kick of spicy peppers with a tropical flair. Who doesn’t love green chili?! This recipe is inspired by The Hot Sauce Addiction. They have a ton of different recipes for hot sauces and chili sauces. This one is my personal favorite and I did tweak their recipe. If you are want to can your own peppers from the garden or just want to add some kick to any meal then definitely try out this green chili sauce recipe. It is great with breakfast, lunch or dinner dishes!
Green Chili Sauce Recipe:
This green chili sauce calls for jalapeño peppers or serrano peppers. In general serrano peppers are much more spicy than jalapeno peppers so take that into account when choosing which type of peppers you want to use. A green chili sauce usually means it is a little more chunky than a hot sauce would be so if you want to use this as a jalapeno hot sauce recipe, you will need to blend it until very smooth.
Green Chili Sauce Ingredients:
- 12 Serrano or Jalapeño peppers
- 1 cup water
- 2/3 cup of white wine vinegar
- 1 ripe banana
- 2 teaspoons of dark rum
- 2 tablespoons of organic turbinado sugar
- 1 teaspoon roasted garlic
- 1 teaspoon ground allspice
- 1 teaspoon salt
How To Make Green Chili Sauce:
How to make your own fresh, homemade green chili sauce. This recipe makes about 3 cups or 32 ounces.
- First, roast the serrano and jalapeño peppers on a grill.
- Cut the tops off of the peppers and remove seeds.
- In a blender mix the roasted peppers, 1 ripe banana and 2/3 cup of white wine vinegar until liquified.
- Pour the mixture into a small pot and bring to a slow boil and stir frequently.
- Add the organic turbinado sugar, water, dark rum, allspice and roasted garlic. Continue to stir.
- Let the sauce boil gently for 20 minutes.
- Bottle the sauce or pour it into sterile canning jars to put away for later.
Printable Green Chili Sauce Recipe
Have you ever made your own green chili sauce or jalapeno hot sauce? Would you try this homemade green chili sauce? Have you ever canned your home grown veggies before? Let us know!