Semi Hot Garlic Lime Sauce

"Its like the Lime decided to take a dive one morning, in the process she found Garlic floating in it's own pool of hotness; it became the love of her life".

Have you ever enjoyed a hot sauce that isn't so hot as it is delicious, a sauce that can break the barrier of tasteful perfection, then try this recipe and I'm sure it'll blow your mind.

-----------Ingredients-----------

1/2 Gallon "Franks" Hot Sauce

8oz Minced Garlic

1oz Extra Virgin Olive Oil

4oz Granulated Garlic

Dash of Cayanne Pepper

Splash of Lime

------------Instructions-------------

1) In a pot, produce medium heat, adding 1oz olive oil and 8oz minced garlic.

2) Saute for 4 minutes, or until flavors are fully extracted in the oil.

3) Add 1/2 Gallon of Hot Sauce, 4oz granulated garlic, and the dash of Cayanne Pepper.

4) Let simmer 20-25 minutes until incorporated, stirring occasionally.

5) Add splash of lime.

6) Take off heat, place in suitable container and let cool for 1 hour, then store.

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bethb13 5 years ago

OMG! This sounds absolutely delicious,it has all of my favorite ingredients! Thank you so much for sharing, I think I might have to try this one next weekend!


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BakerRambles 5 years ago from Baltimore, MD Author

Yea, it's a awesome little sauce to any dish I think...I have a habanero one im trying to put on Here as well.


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JimmieWriter 4 years ago from Memphis, TN USA

Hmmm... does sound good, but what do you use it for? Any recommended dishes?


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BakerRambles 4 years ago from Baltimore, MD Author

I like to use over a bacon wrapped shrimp dish, or over tilapia or rockfish.

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