Healthy Hottie Sauce Free PD Recipe

2013-06-02
Healthy Hottie Sauce - © ProtectiveDiet.com

Are you hooked on garlic chili sauce? This recipe is a copycat of the red hot garlic-laced Asian sauce. Unlike the original, it’s free of sugar, oil, salt and food additives. This healthy version is loaded with the powerful heat of chile de arbol pods and flavor of garlic.

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Comments (8)

  1. posted by horte on January 4, 2015

    Wow. Awesome flavor. Family loves this one.

  2. posted by Stephen on November 24, 2014

    Like so many other recipes, I missed this when it first came out and experimented with a few Sriracha type sauces before being told about this healthy take on a saucy favorite. I was highly impressed with the overall flavor and heat of this sauce. I surely added more peppers to bump the heat up and combined a few other varieties of peppers. This sauce works great for nearly any dish! I recall using on nearly every meal I was eating, providing a bit of “zing” to my meal. Thanks Julie. Love the Healthy Hottie!

  3. posted by Marie on November 29, 2013

    Just bought a bag of Arbol chilis today at my local Latino grocery store so ready to make more sauce.
    Husband said it was very good so I can now ditch the Siracha sauce he loves so much!

  4. posted by Julie Marie on November 20, 2013

    No need to roast them for this recipe. Thanks Marie!

  5. posted by Marie on November 19, 2013

    Do you have to roast the Arbol chili pods first or just blend them as is? Thanks for another great class tonight.

  6. posted by Denise on October 23, 2013

    We use this all the time! I thought it was too hot for me at first, but now I’ve adjusted to it, and I love it. Any time something I make tastes a little bland or just feels like it’s missing something, I add Healthy Hottie Sauce! It’s become a staple in our house.

  7. posted by Wendy Bellows on October 11, 2013

    I took out ALL the seeds and I still found 1 cup of Arbol Chili pods WAY TOO HOT. My husband coudn’t eat it either. We couldn’t even smell it without coughing, LOL!!! So, next time, going to use 1/2 cup and see how it turns out. Made the Asian Kale on top of brown rice and I can see how a little bit of hot sauce with it would be awesome — but it was delicious as it was too 🙂

  8. posted by maria avery on July 20, 2013

    I was a little worried that the hottie sauce would be too hot, so I took out as many of the seeds as I could. It turned out wonderfully. The next day I ended up adding a couple of chili pods with the seeds. We use Garlic Chili Sauce alot. I’m glad I found a healthy alternative. This adds flavor to any dish. I highly recommend it!

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