The Great Plotnik

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Hot Garlic Plot and Original Hot Plot

You remember a few weeks ago Plotnik found nice looking long red cayennes in the Farmer's Market and decided to make Louisiana Hot Plot Sauce. Two piles this size... salt, vinegar, garlic (in one batch) and several weeks steeping led to this much Hot Plot Sauce:

A regular sized bottle of Tabasco is anywhere from 3 to 5 ounces, depending on which size you buy, and one of those would last at least a year in Plot's refrigerator. You are looking at around 30 ounces of Hot Plot. The two on the right are the Hot Garlic Plot and the pint jar on the left is Original Hot Plot. He needs to decant it into small bottles with tips that allow it to slip out a drop or two at a time, because it's v e r y hot. But delicious.

Next, he's going to try and do the same thing with smoked chiles, It may not work the same way since those chiles are always dried. And then he's gonna do one with a Peruvian chile that isn't as hot but has a lot of flavor. Then he'll have around three decades worth. He's thinking it might work very successfully dropped into mouse holes.


At 6:40 AM, Blogger mary ann said...

Do not serve for Passover.

At 8:07 PM, Anonymous jj-aka-pp said...

I forsee Christmas presents.


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