Growing up in my family’s household, there were two things that always had to be made and available 1) rice, and 2) pepper. There were so many pepper dipping sauces that I grew up eating, but this one in particular I came up with it myself to find a complimentary taste to my Spicy Chipotle Chicken Wings. The Spicy Tomato Pepper Sauce provided the right amount of tang from the tomatoes and an extra kick of spice.
This pepper sauce is good with just about any meat dish or even by itself as salsa with side of chips. Enjoy!
Spicy Tomato Pepper Sauce
Service Size: 10 | Preparation Time: 5 minutes | Cook Time: 10-15 minutes
- Cilantro (fresh), small handful
- Green Onion (fresh), 2 stalks
- Tomato on vine (fresh), 2
- Salt, ½ teaspoon
- Thai Chili Peppers (fresh), small handful
- Water, 2 cups
- Cutting Board
- Measuring Cups
- Small Side Dish Bowl
- Glass Prep Bowls or Half Size Baking Sheet
- Rinse cilantro, green onion, Thai chili peppers, and tomatoes under running water.
- Chop ends of the green onions off and roughly chop in stalks in thirds and set aside in glass prep bowls or on a half size baking sheet.
- Chop ends of the cilantros and roughly chop or rip the cilantros and set aside in glass prep bowls or with green onion in the half size baking sheet.
- Add water in the saucepan on medium to high heat on stovetop.
- Place tomatoes in the boiling water. Boil the tomatoes when the skin of the tomatoes break, usually 5-10 minutes.
- Using the tong, grab the tomatoes and place in the blender. Add cilantro, green onions, and Thai chili peppers in the blender.
- Blend the ingredients in the blender in soup setting.
- Place the sauce in a small side dish bowl.
- Add salt and stir. Ready to serve.
NOTE: This dish is best with Spicy Chipotle Chicken Wings.
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