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Need a recipe to make "HOMADE CHILI SAUCE"

terlin Jan 2, 2011 07:44 PM

These small round jars are kinda pricey and we like to eat a lot of it.
I'd also like to tweak it a little, such as making it hotter and less sweet.

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  1. todao RE: terlin Jan 2, 2011 08:34 PM

    Take either of these:



    Adjust either with the variety of chili pepper you prefer, based on Scoville Scale rating:


    Adjust the sugar to your liking .....

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      Pastor_ROC RE: terlin Jan 12, 2013 09:16 AM

      I live in Missouri and have been trying to find this sauce. I remember it from my childhood and really want to try it again. Is there a way to purchase it online? Does anyone know the manufacturer? Any help would be appreciated!

      1. JMF RE: terlin Jan 12, 2013 10:19 AM

        small round jars?

        1. ChinoWayne RE: terlin Jan 12, 2013 12:27 PM

          I think this is the product terlin was talking about: http://www.saffola.com/chili.htm . For anyone who wants to modify the recipe, why don't you try to reverse engineer it from the ingredients list on the lable and deduce which components should be adjusted.

          1. C. Hamster RE: terlin Jan 12, 2013 03:16 PM

            Chili sauce as in Heinz that you top meatloaf with?

            What small round jars are you referring to?

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            1. re: C. Hamster
              ursy_ten RE: C. Hamster Jan 12, 2013 03:57 PM

              Homade is the brand name - check the link that ChinoWayne posted.

            2. Antilope RE: terlin Jan 13, 2013 12:30 AM

              Here's a link to a picture of a "small round jar" of Homade Chili Sauce:

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                voodooDr RE: terlin Sep 13, 2013 04:26 PM

                The ingredients listed on the "HOMADE CHILI SAUCE" small round jar in order are:

                Tomatoes, sugar, water, dextrose, distilled vinegar, salt, green & red bell peppers, onion, sesame seeds, spices, natural flavor.

                And it is good stuff! I have used it in chili on meatloaf with meatballs and more.

                There is no website but there is a phone number where they help with the HOMADE recipes at 1-877-446-4233. Toll free right? So, start there!

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