- chiles of your choice (mild to extremely hot), chopped up to make 1 cup
2 mild yellow chiles, chopped
2 or 3 cloves garlic, chopped
Put the chiles and the garlic in your food processor and process them until they are chopped fine and make a paste. Add enough vinegar to change the consistency from a paste to a sauce. Refrigerate.
I used Ancho chiles, which are very mild.
This goes very well on pork as a condiment, and also is very good on eggs at breakfast. It has replaced Tapatio hot sauce as my condiment of choice.
Update: A food processor really doesn't cut everything fine enough to make a sauce. Use a blender instead.
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