So if you're like us, you like to put Hot Sauce on EVERYTHING. If you're worried about your salt intake, and you like vinegar, this No-Salt Hot Pepper Vinegar Sauce is great on food and doesn't add any salt to your diet! It's a great way to spice things up with great flavor without sodium.
Sandia Seed's No-Salt Hot Sauce Recipe:
- 1 glass bottle with cap or cork
- 1 cup of hot peppers (roughly, use any type of hot pepper, such as Goat Horns, or Cayenne Peppers . You can even use super hot peppers like the Carolina Reaper if you want really spicy pepper vinegar sauce!)
- Vinegar such as White Wine Vinegar (enough to fill jar, you can fill jar, and pour into pot to measure, any vinegar you want to use will work, so try out Apple Cider vinegar or Rice Vinegar for an Asian twist.)
- 1 tablespoon black peppercorns (optional)
4-6 cloves garlic, chopped (optional)
Bonus: because it's so acidic, you don't need to refrigerate this no-salt vinegar hot pepper sauce (although we do as we have room). You can store it out of light and excessive heat and you'll be enjoying it for many months to come. This is a great way to use up some of your hot peppers during harvest time to preserve them for later use. These hot sauce pepper vinegar jars also make great gifts! Especially for those in your life that are watching their salt intake.