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Old 02-28-2010, 08:51 AM   #1
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Habanero Relish

Habanero Relish
Jar it and keep it in the fridge. Experiment with the ingredients to get it right for you, I know someone who throws in a dessert spoon of paprika and leaves out the sugar.....do whatever lights your fire!!!


1/4 pint of corn oil
1/2 pint of malt vinegar
1/4 pint of white sugar
1 inch cube of ginger grated
Dessert spoon of cumin
Dessert spoon of coriander
Dessert spoon of turmeric
tablespoon of black mustard seed
tablespoon of tomato pure
14oz can of chopped tomatoes
a whole bulb of garlic finely chopped
however many Habanero's you can handle! Don't go so mad as to mask the flavours of the other ingredients!

Heat the oil in a pan (because of the high acidity of this relish, dont use an aluminium one)and fry
the ginger,cumin,coriander,turmeric,mustard seed, garlic and chillis for a few minutes, add
everthing else and cook on a low heat until the tomatos are pulped.

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