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53 responses to “Homemade Chiltepin Hot Sauce”

  1. psam ordener

    I bought a couple of pequin plants at my local HEB (Texas grocery chain) this Spring for a dollar apiece. Had no idea what they’d taste like, but liked what I tasted. My bush (now three feet tall and wide) is covered in peppers in varying colors – green, yellow, purple, orange, red. Red seems to be the last stage. They’ve never gotten past it on the plant – birds eat them. We pick them. Now I have a good idea what to do with them. Thank you!

  2. Rick

    Great Hot Sauce recipe! I love it and I get alot of compliments on it! People have told me they would pay me to make them a bottle! Thanks

  3. E.W. JOrdan

    We have used Chiltepin Peppers for three generations. We sometimes buy it in powdered form. This way you can measure the dose to your own liking. I started two plants this spring and I have harvested about a quart jar of the peppers. Can’t wait to try your recepie. Thank You for posting/sharing it with us.

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