Sugar Rush Peach Hot Sauce Recipe is a recipe for a sweet and delicious hot sauce with a flavour that packs a punch.
It is made with peaches, sugar, apple cider vinegar, chilli powder, onion powder, ginger root and coriander. This hot sauce has just the right amount of sweetness to balance the heat from the ingredients.
This tasty sweet peach hot sauce recipe is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth and provide you with some joy on your next barbecue or game day gathering.
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How To Prepare Sugar Rush Peach Hot Sauce Recipe?
- 8 cups of chopped peaches
- 1 cup of sugar
- 1 tsp. of sea salt
- 2 tbsp. of apple cider vinegar
- 2 tbsp. of hot pepper sauce (optional)
1. Peel, core and chop peaches into 2-inch pieces.
2. Place the chopped peaches in a saucepan and add sugar, salt, apple cider vinegar and hot pepper sauce.
3. Stir to combine all ingredients.
4. Bring to a simmer and cook for around 20 minutes or until the fruit is soft and broken down. Please do not allow it to boil.
5. Remove from heat, cool and place in a blender or food processor to puree into a smooth consistency (may need some help from water).
6. Store in a glass jar and refrigerate for up to 1 month Or Serve & Enjoy!
Preparation Time: 20 Minutes
Making Time: 20 Minutes
Total Time: 40 Minutes
Serving Size: 1/2 Cup/150g
Note: Above times are estimated and will vary depending on your cooking skills and the equipment used to make This Recipe.
Nutritional Facts On Sugar Rush Peach Hot Sauce Recipe
Amount Per Serving
Note: Values are approximate and can vary due to natural variations in the ingredients.
06 Exclusive Health Benefits Of Sugar Rush Peach Hot Sauce Recipe
1. Boost Immune System
Medical research has shown that consuming hot peppers can boost the immune system. Because capsaicin, the compound in hot peppers that gives them heat, stimulates certain glands to produce more saliva and stomach acid.
It can kill bacteria in the stomach and intestines while enhancing the absorption of vitamins A and C and some minerals.
2. Regulate Blood Pressure
The hot compounds in hot peppers also help regulate blood pressure. They also boost the production of certain hormones that help keep blood vessels open and circulating.
It helps to reduce swelling, seal capillaries, dilate small blood vessels and relax blood vessels.
3. Relieve pain
Pepper extracts applied externally to the skin have been used for centuries to reduce pain. Their active ingredients penetrate the brain, which produces chemicals that block pain receptors.
Topical applications of capsaicin have been used as an alternative to pharmaceuticals like aspirin and ibuprofen with few side effects.
One study found topical application of capsaicin helped decrease pain in knee osteoarthritis patients.
5. Improve Muscle Strength
Pepper extracts have also been studied as an effective aid in improving muscle strength and endurance.
They help improve muscle blood flow and facilitate oxygen pumping throughout the body. In addition, they can reduce muscle damage after intense workouts and increase endurance.
6. Treat Stress
The terpenoids in pepper extracts can also be beneficial in reducing stress-related symptoms like anxiety, depression and irritability.
Studies had found that people exposed to stressful situations had lower blood pressure when they took capsaicin supplements.
How do you use sugar-rush peach peppers?
Peppers are versatile, and they taste great in different forms. You can make them into a hot sauce and use it just like that to give some extra heat to your dishes, or you can make it into a paste by mashing the peppers with salt and then adding it as a spread for your meals.
Are Sugar Rush Peach peppers sweet?
The Sugar Rush Peach peppers are sweet and juicy with a hint of heat. Their sweetness pairs especially with the hot pepper taste that they have as well. It is a wonderful combination that is sure to delight your palate.
Can I freeze Sugar Rush Peach Hot Sauce Recipe?
Yes, you can freeze Sugar Rush Peach hot sauce recipe. You can store it in the freezer and use it when needed. However, you can use tomato sauce and a small amount of chilli to adjust the heat in your recipe if you are freezing it.
I love this recipe; it is a nice twist on hot sauce. It is sweet but not cloying. The flavours are mild, and the heat is not overpowering.
I recommend it be used as a dipping sauce or added to your dishes at the last minute so that the full flavour profile can be experienced.