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Unread 09-22-2009, 05:11 PM   #1
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Default Phubar's Sweet Heat Pear Pepper Sauce Pron

My first attempt for a sauce/glaze for BBQ meat made out of my homegrown pears.
Ingredients are:pears,fresh garlic,fresh adjoema pepper,chili powder,cayenne powder,grinded 4 season peppermix,jelly sugar,vinigar and cinnamon.
Stuff tastes good!
Can't wait to try it on some meat!
My only worries are how long I can keep it since it has fresh garlic and pepper in it?
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It's looking good!
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Looks good so far. If it tastes good, it won't last long anyway. You could learn to can.
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Looks good so far. If it tastes good, it won't last long anyway. You could learn to can.

You made me laugh out loud!
The reason why I ask this is because I wanna ship some jars overseas to some Brethren and don't wanna cause any illness to somebody.
I simmered the fresh garlic and pepper first but I don't know if that makes any difference with how long you can preserve it.
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When you say simmer, for how long and did it have a low boil? Garlic in sauces should be cooked for 20 minutes is what I was told, or taken to high heat (such as in canning).
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When you say simmer, for how long and did it have a low boil? Garlic in sauces should be cooked for 20 minutes is what I was told, or taken to high heat (such as in canning).

Maybe simmer wasn't the right word,I had it on the lowest boil temp for 10 minutes then added the rest.
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Looks tasty!
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Looks tasty Phubar!!

Not sure about how long the sauce will last (unrefrigerated) without canning.
Peppers and garlic need to be pressure canned unless you pickle them or have enough 5% acidity level vinegar in the mix...then they can be water bath canned.
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Thanks J.!
When I get home I'll take a look what acidity level the vinigar has.
Think the sauce will at least last a month or 2,enough to send across the pond and be eaten by Brethren.
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Thanks J.!
When I get home I'll take a look what acidity level the vinigar has.
Think the sauce will at least last a month or 2,enough to send across the pond and be eaten by Brethren.

Couldn't find the acidity level on the bottle but there is a preservative (E223, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_metabisulfite ) in it.
I got some better pics now and I tested the sauce with a piece of Boerewors that I smoked last weekend.
The Boerewors contains beef and pork so I can say the sauce works for both animals!
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Sauce looks good. But could ya send me a Boerewors recipe? I haven't had one in years.
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Sauce looks good. But could ya send me a Boerewors recipe? I haven't had one in years.

Thanks!
This ( http://web.archive.org/web/200102140...e/Sausage1.htm ) is a link Cowgirl posted a while ago.
Never made one myself but I've got a meatgrinder now though.
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Lookin yummy there Phubar.

Mighty generous thought.

Don't know much about preserving food. The only thing I was ever told about shipping from the Netherlands to the States is to ship it inside peanut butter (resealed), inside coffee beans, and to an abandoned house.

On a serious note, I wouldn't be surprised if it gets stopped by the DEA and inspected. That could mean problems for a sealed can or Jar, and an additional time delay.




Have you considered shipping costs yet?
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I'll add that looks awesome! Hope you post pix of it on smoked meat.
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Lookin yummy there Phubar.

Mighty generous thought.

Don't know much about preserving food. The only thing I was ever told about shipping from the Netherlands to the States is to ship it inside peanut butter (resealed), inside coffee beans, and to an abandoned house.

On a serious note, I wouldn't be surprised if it gets stopped by the DEA and inspected. That could mean problems for a sealed can or Jar, and an additional time delay.




Have you considered shipping costs yet?

Funny!

I work at a mail office,costs won't be much of a worry.
We'll see,I'll ship it to 1 Brethren first to see what happens.
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