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Smokestack Lightening #16247915 07/12/21
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Fam and friends have been eating the chit out of this hot sauce for a number of years.

https://www.horsetoothhotsauce.com/product/smokestack-lightning/

It is spendy at $6-$7 per tiny ass bottle even here locally, and I imagine others cannot find it outside of the west.

Luckily, it is easily knocked off, and we have been making our own for a while now, eating the chit out of it, and giving it to friends who love it. Under $3.50 per pint.

Into a blender:

--12 oz can Chipotle peppers including the adobe sauce (I use Embasa brand)
--One Serrano or Cayenne pepper, deveined
--Quarter of a sweet onion
--Garlic, to taste (I have roasted the garlic, used minced fresh, etc, and anymore I have found just granulated garlic works fine for this sauce)
--Salt, to taste (I've smoked the salt for it, now I don't bother, the chipotles bring enough smoke)
--Black pepper, to taste
--White vinegar, to reach desired thickness

Puree, and enjoy.

We always have a ketchup bottle full in the fridge.


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Re: Smokestack Lightening [Re: duck911] #16248301 07/13/21
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Thanks, if I can round all that stuff up, I will be making some of this.


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Re: Smokestack Lightening [Re: duck911] #16251132 07/14/21
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Get ya some Yucateco and forget about that Gucci stuff.



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Re: Smokestack Lightening [Re: duck911] #16253334 07/14/21
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Made some up last night, very good !

Re: Smokestack Lightening [Re: duck911] #16257921 07/16/21
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I'm able to get that hoorsetooth stuff east of the Mississippi. It's not more expensive than Tabasco, as I recall.

I will try the homemade stuff though, hadn't looked at the peppers in a week and they are going bonkers. July heat got them simmering.

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Re: Smokestack Lightening [Re: pullit] #16270569 07/21/21
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Originally Posted by pullit
Thanks, if I can round all that stuff up, I will be making some of this.


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As written, needs more heat. I left all seeds and ribs in a large habenero and I think it still lacks a punch. Its good, but iffin I make it agin, there will be double hot pepper added.


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