You see, when I was experimenting with versions of this chili garlic sauce at home, I did a couple of taste tests along the way that had me hitting the proverbial ceiling — fanning my mouth like a cartoon character. Well, I like spicy — but this was just absolute next level heat. But I soon realized the error of my ways. I needed to heat it up. Something happened in that saucepan that mellowed the harsh spice and brought it all together. Made of a simple fragrant mix of fresh chili peppers, garlic and shallots — a good chili sauce will tend toward having a few sweet and sour notes a bit further down the totem pole as well.
Chilli Garlic Sauce Recipes
Homemade Chili Garlic Sauce
This is the ticket to your very own hot garlic sauce, and now you can make Sriracha feel jealous. If needed, cool it down with white vinegar and transform your meal with some spice. By Sukanya Ghosh. Long before the world declares its undying love for Sriracha, the rooster sauce from California, the quiet dingy lanes in the tanneries of erstwhile Calcutta was silently cooking up pot of hot garlic sauce which in due course of time has transformed the regular chicken, prawns and pork dishes to taste extraordinaire. Though the heat was too much for the sweet loving babus of Kolkata but none the less it was able to make a lasting impression on the culinary trails of Indo Chinese cuisine. Some even emphasised that it is the best thing ever happened after the sliced bread.
Asian Chilli Garlic Prawns (Shrimp)
Chili sauce is a condiment that adds spice and flavor to anything from Asian recipes to Western favorites. It can be used as a wonderful dip for finger foods of all kinds or a side sauce to add more spice to food. It provides more of a kick than adding just salt and pepper. Use it as a handy cooking ingredient or as a good substitution for fresh chili. In most Asian countries as well as in Mexico and Central America, no table setting is complete without a bottle or jar of spicy chili sauce.
This simple no-cook Garlic Chili Sauce is a tasty condiment to have on hand. It is the perfect dip for dumplings, crackers, and Hainanese chicken rice. There are many different kinds of chili condiment used in Malaysian cuisine.