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inner-beauty-sauce recipe

Date: Sat, 15 Jul 1995 21:40:44 -0700
 From: Michelle Dick (artemis@shell1.best.com)
 Slurp -- good stuff.  If you like hot sauces, you must try this.  It's
 meant to be an imitation of Inner Beauty commercial sauce (before
 they toned down the heat).
 Inner Beauty Style Hot Sauce
 from _Big Flavors of the Hot Sun_ by Schlesinger and Willoughby
 12 fresh habaneros
 1 ripe mango
 1 cup cheap yellow mustard
 1/4 cup packed brown sugar
 1/4 cup white vinegar
 1 T curry powder
 1 T ground cumin
 1 T chili powder
 salt and pepper to taste
 1 pair rubber/latex gloves
 Put on gloves.  Be very careful not to touch your face, eyes or any
 part of your body until you remove the gloves at the end.
 Slice caps off of habaneros, remove seed bundle and
 set aside (you'll add them at the end to increase the heat to your
 desired tastes), coarsly chop the body of the habaneros and add to
 food processor bowl.  (only the bodies, keep the seeds out for now).
 Get a bowl, you're going to hack the mango.  Over a bowl, to catch all
 the juice and flesh, peel and remove the pit of the mango.  Use your
 hands.  Add the mango flesh and juice to the processor bowl.  Puree
 the mango and habaneros.
 Now add the remaining ingredients and process till smooth.  Taste.
 (good, huh?  A little hot now, but mostly sweet).  Add the seed
 bundles you reserved from the habaneros a few at a time to taste.
 This is supposed to be a very fiery sauce, but you're going to be
 eating it so make it hot to your taste.  Wimps can leave out all the
 seed bundles. True hot-heads can add them all. I added about half of
 them back.
 Pour into jar(s) or bottle(s) and store in refrigerator.
 Carefully remove gloves and throw away.  Carefully clean cutting board.
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