Pineapple Habanero Sauce is one of our favorites. We usually buy our pineapple habanero sauce at Costco and it’s about $8.00 a bottle. We go through multiple bottles a month and it was getting to be an expensive treat. Therefore I wanted to make a cheaper version without compromising the taste we loved.
This recipe can be used as a pineapple habanero salsa, can be used on fish and all sorts of other dishes. Comparing the cost between my homemade pineapple habanero sauce to the one at Costco it was roughly $3.00 a bottle. Making this recipe less than half the cost. Plus this recipe yields just over 2 quarts and would make roughly 2 bottles.
- 2 Cans of Pineapple Chunks in it's own juice
- 1 16oz Frozen Mango Chunks
- 1 Cup of Sugar
- 1/3 cup lime juice
- 2 Habaneros, deseeded
- 1 Red Bell Pepper, diced
- 1 Yellow Bell Pepper, diced
- Add pineapple, mango, sugar, lime juice and habaneros in blended and blend to desired consistency. I like mine with a small chunks.
- Pour into bowl and add red and yellow bell peppers.
Makes 2 Quarts
Be sure to make some homemade tortilla chips to go along with this.
Comment below and let me know how you plan to use this pineapple habanero sauce.
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Yum! I’ve had pineapple salsa before, but only jarred. It would be fun to try this one out- thanks for the inspiration!
i just tried this recipe for the 1st time-adjusted the amount of sugar to 1/3 cup. The size of my pineapple can was 19 fl oz-doesn’t say here what size to use. I used jalapeno’s (2) as easier to find, and it worked great. Felt it needed some fresh herbs so added a handful of fresh basil – wow!
This is just what I needed for my chicken or fish tacos and salads – soo delicious.
How long can I bottle it and keep it?
Laura Coffee says
With salmon and coconut rice. Yum