A Condiment with a Kick

July 18, 2012

This relish was served as a condiment at most of the restaurants throughout Belize.  If you like a little heat, then this is definitely something you might want to make a weekly batch of and keep on hand to use on, well…anything.  You can adjust the heat slightly by omitting the seeds of the habanero, but either way, it’s going to pack some kick.  We’ve used this on tacos, quesadillas, mole, enchiladas and more!

What will you serve it with?

Hot Habanero Relish

printable recipe 

  • 1 white onion, roughly chopped
  • 1 habanero, roughly chopped and deseeded (for less heat)
  • 2 tbs white vinegar
  • 1tbs water

Mix everything together in a small dish and refrigerate. The longer it sits, the bigger the punch it packs.

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Que caliente!

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  2. […] summertime) and serve with Spanish rice.  If you like an extra bit of heat with your meal, this Hot Habanero Relish is an amazing accompaniment! Que […]


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