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Make Ghana hot sauce bottles

Make Ghana hot sauce bottles Bottle and sell your own Shito Ghana hot sauce bottles.

Ghana Hot Peppers
Hot Peppers for Shito

Shito red hot sauce in Ghana is often used on grilled meats to fried eggs, fish, and stews and soups. Bottled Shito hot sauce brings a lot of flavor to food and once you have drizzled homemade hot sauce on your breakfast burrito or pizza, you will be hooked. Make Shito hot sauce to your level of spiciness, put those beautiful red hot peppers from your garden or the local farmer’s market to skillful culinary use, and make extra bottles to give away as gifts. 
 
African recipes by The African Gourmet 

Shito Ghanaian pepper sauce is made with hot peppers, shrimp, fish, tomato paste and seasonings to create Ghana’s most beloved hot sauce. 
 
Make Ghana hot sauce in bottles.

Ingredients
3 medium tomatoes, chopped
10 hot peppers
1 tablespoon shrimp paste
1 tablespoon fish sauce
1 medium onion, chopped
1 teaspoon ground ginger
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
1/4 cup olive oil

Directions
Add all ingredients into a food processor and mix well. In a medium saucepan simmer 15 minutes on low. Strain your hot sauce, then use a funnel to pour the sauce into a sterilized bottle with a tight lid. This sauce can be used immediately, but flavors will continue to develop over the next several days. Shake before using, as the sauce may separate slightly. This sauce keeps well, covered, and refrigerated.

Bottle and sell your own Shito Ghana hot sauce bottles.
Shito Ghanaian Pepper Sauce Recipe African recipes by The African Gourmet 


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