Hawaiian Chili Pepper Water - Recipe
Hawaiian chili pepper water is an incredibly popular, traditional Hawaiian condiment or hot sauce made with water, vinegar, and spicy chili peppers. Here is the recipe to make some at home.
Hawaiian rock sea salt
you can sub in any sea salt or kosher salt
Hawaiian chili peppers
sliced (add anywhere from 3-20, or as many as you can fit - you CAN sub in other spicy chili peppers)
fresh ginger slices
Splash of soy sauce and/or Worcestershire sauce
Add the ingredients to a small pan and bring to a quick boil. Reduce the heat immediately and let it simmer for 5 minutes.
Remove from heat, cool, then transfer to a sterilized bottle. Use as needed. The longer it sits, the more the peppers and other flavors will infuse the water/vinegar mixture.
This will keep in the refrigerator for about a year or so.
Heat Factor: Medium. You'll get some good zestiness with this recipe!