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For centuries, hot sauces have been used by populations all over the world.
Here we will guide you throught its recipe, however you can change the ingredients according to your taste; for example, if you want a super hot sauce you should pick the variety of chilli pepper you prefer the most.
You could even prepare a sauce for the most demanding palates, by adding the pepper instead of the tomato and so on. With a bit of creativity you can get unique sauces which will wow friends and relatives.
Here is a tip if you want to store the sauce for years: pour the sauce into a glass jars, be sure you close it hermetically.
Fill a pot with water, cook it on high heat; once it boils, put the jars in the boiling water for around 15 minutes.
This special technique is called pasteurisation and it is employed by sauce's industries, for any kind of sauce, not only for long-term conserves.
When the jar will no longer be hot, it will be vacuum-packed, so molds and bacteria won't spread.
Once opened, the jar will no longer be pasteurised and vacuum-packed so now you have to store it in the fridge and use it within about two weeks.