Achiote Hot Sauce will take the hot-meter to a whole new level. . . it's got some serious kick!
Achiote Hot Sauce is a scrumptious homemade tabasco sauce for all you tabasco sauce lovers out there! Achiote Hot Sauce will add a little spice to your life! We love to put it on almost everything! It is super versatile. :)
We especially love it on our Egg White Cabbage Bowl and Shredded Beef Taco Salad! Keep a jar of Achiote Hot Sauce in your fridge and enjoy it through out this winter!
Achiote Taco Sauce
Recipe Type: Appetizer
- 5 guajillo chilies, seeded
- 1 chili de arbol
- 5 garlic cloves
- ⅜ cup red wine vinegar
- ¼ cup sugar or agave
- 1 tablespoon Achiote Paste
- 2 tablespoon yellow onion
- ¼ cup lime juice
- ¼ teaspoon lime zest
- 2 tablespoon cilantro
- sea salt & pepper to taste
- Blend all ingredients together.
- Ingredients should look minced.
- Allow to sit in fridge 1 hour before use.
Achiote Hot Sauce is our homemade tabasco sauce that will add just the right amount of spice to your life!
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4) Throw in resistance to the mix. Run hard for .25 miles, jump off and pull ups/push ups/walking lunges, etc. The treadmill adds some great ways to get in a circuit workout. Below is one of my favorite treadmill circuits, enjoy.
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~Nichole and Ruthie