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Green Chili (bisbess)

1/2 green bell pepper
8 green chilies; remove stem
3 cloves garlic
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
1/2 tsp. salt or to taste
1/4 - 1/2 cup of water



1. Combine all the ingredients in a blender.
2. Mix until all the chilies have been minced.
3. Transfer into a clean jar and store in the fridge.

NOTE: You can use as many chilies as you want. 8 chilies makes this REALLY hot. Some people like their hot sauce watery, therefor adjust the water to your liking. DON'T FORGET TO USE CLOVES WHEN YOU HANDLE THE CHILIES.

18 comments:

  1. you can also add cilantro, cumin and vinger, which is pretty much the sauce for "pickled" eggplants those small ones..

    boil the eggplants (black or white) and split in halfs and put some of that stuff in it and you can keep it in fridge..

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  2. sounds good
    maybe i'll try it

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  3. Hi tammy there are so many ways to make this but another ingredient we allways use is coconut.

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  4. what can i say .....
    i have been around asia for a while and live in england now but chili sauce is like a drug for me.
    it spices food and soul and iam really happy to find that blog. nice recipes you got here, keep going. i have a somalian working friend and he helped me alot. my thanks to friends always was and will be cooking sooo, he will get one of my nicest dinners and a bottle of "bisbess" for the way home. be nice and and help each other , ohhh and fry the chilis for 30 sec before adding de rest.

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  5. Great blog!!!
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    Pablo from Argentina

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  6. Delicious because I'm lover of this specially of the chili that's because I lived part of my childhood in Mexico that's the reason I love chili.

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  8. wow.... Thanks for sharing this incredible preparation of a delicious product, it is easy and and delicious.

    Regards
    Alexa

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  9. Hi jija her sister timmy is making green chili only not shidni

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  10. We somalian like chili lik meksican, asian,indian and have som fantasi making foods.THAT IS WAY I SE HER MANY FRIEND LATINO AND ATHER FRIEND WORLD IN OUR SISTER TMMY BLOG. KEEP SISTER WHAT WANDEFUL JOBB YOU HAVE DOING.

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  17. what type of chilies do you use for this? i tried with serrano and it turned out way too hot. i'll just add it to other sauces. thanks :)

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