This Sauce is like no other, if you want an elite sauce that attacks your pallet in inimaginable ways, this is the sauce for you.
Story: I remembered watching the Ratatouille movie, being envious seeing how he could enjoy the food and appreciate it. With this sauce, it is the same situation. To be honest, I am not a big fan of cooking and working in the kitchen, but this sauce motivated me to actually improve my culinary experience.
Blender 200 grams of Chile de Arbol 1/2 L of oil (whatever oil) 2 tooths of garlic 40 grams of onion Salt and pepper at the owner’s taste
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Step 1: Step 1: Add the Oil
Add the oil to the pan, (the size of the pan doesn't matter). You would want to put between 100 and 200 milliliters (the initial quantity doesn't matter because either way, you would put the rest afterward.)
Step 2: Step 2: Put in the Ingredients in the Pan
Before you put all the ingredients in the pan, cut a piece of onion, and two tooths of garlic and then add the salt and pepper (to the sophisticated cook's preference) and start heating up the pan. Ps: Leave out the onion and garlic for now...
Step 3: Step 3: Add the Onion and the Garlic
Once the pan and the other ingredients are heated enough, you add the onion and garlic and let it get a little gold.
Step 4: Step 4: Let All of the Ingredients Get Color
Let the chiles de Arbol get some black-brown color and the onion and garlic get that gold coloring.
Step 5: Step 5: Cool Down the Heat of the Pan and After Add the Ingredients to the Blender
After the ingredients get the coloring, you need to cool off the intensity of the heat of the pan and after some minutes, add all the ingredients to the blender and add the extra oil to the blender.
Step 6: Step 6: Get the Sauce Out of the Blender, Serve, and Enjoy!
Once you see the sauce get blended enough, you get it out of the blender, serve, and enjoy!
Step 7: Step 1: Add Oil to the Pan
You add the oil to the pan (doesn't matter the size of the pan) and you start heating the pan up. You could add a little between 100 or 200 milliliters in the pan. (It really isn't that big of a factor because you would still need to use the half of a liter anyways).