Hot Pepper Puree

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Hot pepper puree is a really simple, really easy recipe that you can make whenever you'd like. Make hot pepper puree with help from an internationally recognized holistic health and wellness expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Koya Webb. I'm the author of Koya's Cuisine Foods You Love That Love You Back and I'm going to show you something that really loves you back and can spice up your life. And that is hot pepper puree. It's really simple, easy recipe. All you need is a blender. A personal blender is fine or this blender that I have. We're just going to add to this just a fourth a cup of water and then for hot pepper puree, depending on how hot you want it, you want to really open your pepper up. Now if you want to really hot, leave those pepper in there, but sometimes these peppers can get too hot so you can just take your knife and really scrape the peppers off of the inside of the pepper and it'll really lessen the intensity. Again if you want a little bit of intensity, leave some of the peppers on. I'll leave a couple peppers on but I really do not want to burn my mouth out today so we're going to take most of those off and put that in and then again we have a couple more there. And we'll put the rest of those peppers in the mix and then all you need is a little bit of sea salt. This also balances the pepper out in your puree, a little bit of sea salt. So we'll dump that in, it's only a teaspoon of sea salt and then we're ready to play. OK. OK these babies need some help so I'm going to go a little bit more paste. So we're going to grab some chopped tomatoes and put it in there just thicken up the mixture just a little bit. Oh my goodness, you can smell it. Smell the peppers. Awesome. And that's good. So now it's really well blended in there. I'm just going to take it out. And so I'll put a puree of tomato with different herbs and spices so for your puree, you can put it's so hot I can barely talk. So you want to put anything you want in there but just add a little bit of sea salt. The key is just to really add not too many of the hot peppers unless you really want to but this is really hot puree. It's chunky. You can put this inside a soup to really spice up your soup. You can also put it on top of crackers, I prefer to use dehydrated pulp when I juice my juices and make crackers and I like to spread some of this hot pepper puree on it. You can also put it on anything you want to just bring it to life a little bit. You want to store this in your refrigerator in a plastic container or you can store it in a freezer and it lasts anywhere from three to six months. And you can find me at


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