Light and Fluffy Jalapeño Sauce (YUM!)

What do you do when you have 6 jalapeños and you want to use them all at once?

You make Jalapeño Sauce!

Yeah, I sure did!

It was ready in about 15 minutes.

And, more importantly:

It was delicious!

It’s full of flavor, not too spicy AT ALL.. and, dare I say, this sauce is light and fluffy?

It sure is! That’s thanks to the immersion blender used to bring it all together.

Seriously, this sauce is the bomb. I couldn’t get enough, and even the children loved it – including Legendary Khalifah who doesn’t like spicy foods.

In addition to all of the taste benefits, it’s also easy to put together because of the simple ingredients. It’s about 6 ingredients!

I don’t have many pictures but I can tell you how I made it!

The official ingredients are:

  • 6 jalapeños, chopped round – seeds and all
  • 1/2 of an onion
  • 1 teaspoon of Himalayan salt (use less if your using regular white salt.
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon cane sugar

– First, you want to chop the jalapeños and onion and then boil them together in a pot for about 10 minutes (until they get soft) then drain them.

– Next you’ll combine the olive oil, garlic, sugar, and salt.

– Then add the jalapeños and onions.

– You’ll want to use a container that is tall enough to keep the sauce organized as you immersion blend it.

– If you don’t have an immersion blender, I’m 100% sure that any blender will work.

– Next, Blend! Get it nice and smooth and creamy! The color will lighten up into a beautiful green.

– Lastly, you have my permission to eat this light and fluffy sauce with everything on your dinner plate.

Or breakfast plate.

Or lunch plate.

And did I mention that it’s also good with snack crackers?

I ate some with a cabbage fritter and it was delicious.

Seriously, stop reading this and go make this sauce! Everyone will thank you! 🙂

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