Thanks for the inspiration. Pick a different chilli if you prefer, or want more chilli flavour without the heat. I’ve been growing my own chilies so definitely trying this. Some really interesting chili facts. It looks exactly like my local pizza takeaways chilli sauce but I know this sounds weird but it just tastes too fresh. I’ve never thought to make our own though! I’ve never had any success growing chillies sadly. Time to cook up some fried chicken! The meat is simply but well cooked on the charcoal, and served with tasty unleavened bread, rice and salads – and of course a kebab shop hot chilli sauce just like this one. And he would love this with just about everything. I also try and use premium canned tomatoes, finding that the extra few pennies really make a difference, as the tomatoes will be altogether better – thicker, richer, sweeter, a better colour and far more intense. Add some ketchup for a delicious rich sweetness. I find that the real trick to a homemade kebab shop chilli sauce is actually not to overdo the heat. I bet that tastes amazing, great to have to hand for some tasty BBQs! I found a new promising dipping sauce! Chilli heat is measured on the Scoville scale. It's the perfect accompaniment to our doner kebab recipe for a takeaway classic at home. Place all the ingredients into a blender and whizz. Chillis are a great source of vitamin C, with a higher concentration than oranges. This looks glorious. Would be great with fajita’s. It is so good Kara, and it freezes really well too. I like chilli and I added a heaped teaspoon of chilli flakes as well. Simply spoon into an ice cube tray (I keep a tray just for freezing sauces like this in) and freeze, pop the sauce cubes out once frozen and store in a plastic box. Ooh we love chilli sauce and put it on everything! My mouth is watering! It is just like the sauce served at our local proper Turkish Ocakbasi kebab house, where the meat is cooked over a charcoal fire; normally on kebab skewers as well as lamb chops, chicken breast and similar cuts. Find lots of fuss free easy recipes using tinned tomatoes here …, Homemade Takeaway Chinese Curry Sauce - Chip Shop Style {Vegan & Gluten Free}, Easy Kebab Shop Garlic Sauce Recipe {Gluten Free}, Secrets of the Modern Preserver – Small Batch Preserves, Easy Sticky Onion Marmalade (Step by Step). I will be in N.J. in a couple of weeks and hope to spend a happy few minutes preparing your recipe. Thank you John – what kind words. If you love sauce you may also enjoy my Quick and Easy Healthy Tartare Sauce. Hi Andy, I’ll try that versions next time I make some, I wanted to keep it as simple as I could, but they seem great additions! A bell pepper has a rating of 1. As well as delicious this sauce is Slimming World Syn Free and only has 15Kcal per serving. So easy to make your own, also no preservatives etc in it. So very very useful. The heat in chillis is from capsicum, concentrated in the seeds and membranes, discard or keep these according to how much heat you want. Easy recipes you will make again | Travel | Reviews, Published on April 12, 2017 by Helen 64 Comments Last Updated on September 21, 2020. Thank you for this recipe – it was delicious! We don’t have kebab shops here, but we do love chili sauce and this looks like a great one to add some spice to all sorts of dishes! Add in some of the drained juice to thin if needed. A little goes a long way with this no cook easy kebab shop chilli sauce; perfect for drizzling over grilled meat and chicken, dolloping on rice, or for perking up a bolognese or stew. Your very detailed, illustrated account, with video should be just what he needs. Filed Under: Dips, Dressings & Sauces, Quick & Easy, Recipes, Vegan Recipes, Vegetables, Vegetarian Recipes, £ Ingredients: Chilli, Garlic, Mint Sauce, Onion, Tomatoes, Tomatoes (Canned / Tinned), Your email address will not be published. Most Paleo diet followers are ok with consuming vinegar, if not, then omit. Great sauce and hugely versatile. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Thanks for chilli preparing tips very helpful! It's packed with chillies, tomatoes, onion and garlic. I don’t have any mint sauce. New! I love my cling film trick! Step Four-  Blitz it until it has reached your preferred consistency. So easy – just bung it all in a blender or food processor! No mint sauce? Good Food Deal Deseed and roughly chop the chilli – using our clingfilm trick below. Love canned tomatoes? And I’ll have to give the plastic wrap trick a try. this by far the best i have ever had , on chicken and beef kebabs . • Unless stated otherwise cup conversions have been made with an online tool. Absolutely brilliant! So pleased you like it. For accuracy please check with your favoured conversion tool. Chilli can be spelled either chilli or chili, depending which side of the Atlantic you are from. If you want to make a chunkier Kebab Shop Chilli Sauce then sieve the tomatoes, then blend a couple of them with the chilli and garlic then add in the onion and the rest of the tomatoes and pulse to your desired consistency. Add in some of the drained juice … I love kebabs and I adore the sauce – I always order extra to dip chips in! This is a fantastic recipe and perfectly easy to make. How do I make Hot Chilli Sauce Kebab Shop Style? Home made hot and spicy kebab shop hot chilli sauce, perfect to add to lamb or chicken for that authentic kebab shop flavour. I love chillies, really like the flavour, but not too much heat! What else can I use instead? Brilliant recipe Helen, shall be keeping hold of this one. I’m totally no good when it comes to chilli, I break out in sweats with even the slightest touch. sounds delicious! Step Five – Check the flavour and add salt as required. • Please note that the nutrition information provided below is approximate and meant as a guideline only. You could go mad, searching out the most ridiculously hot peppers you can source and create your own substitute for edible lava, but I prefer something that’s a little more nuanced. A cool beer might seem like a good idea, but a cold glass of milk does better against the heat. Maybe I’ll get my (braver) partner to make this as he loves cooking and spicy food. Must give it a try! I so often wish I could have the sauce they serve at the kebab shop at hand, not just with my kebab. I sure do miss the authentic recipes he’d share with me. Thanks. The best way of counteracting the heat of a chilli is with milk. Step Three – Throw it all in a blender or food processor along with mint sauce, and vinegar. My husband thinks it is hilarious because he is the opposite, he can eat the hottest. Avoid touching the chilli when preparing it - I wrap my fingers loosely in a piece of cling film. Ideal find, thanks. Great addition to the recipe Tom, I quite like the pungent uncooked onion flavour for the full kebab shop experience. how altruistic you are . Can I make a sweeter version of homemade kebab shop chilli sauce? Or for another spicy sauce, make my easy peri peri sauce. Slimming World Syn Free, Vegan and Whole 30 friendly. I find that one large frozen cube of kebab shop chilli sauce is perfect for the two of us. Nice chilli sauce but I found its best to cook off the ingredients first then blend much nicer. When my friend was here visiting from Turkey, we’d make lamb kebabs all the time. Contact / PRs / Review Policy / Link Policy, No Cook Easy Kebab Shop Chilli Sauce {Whole 30, Vegan}, (- chopped, seeds and membranes discarded). Or make your mint sauce with our easy recipe! Cheers. This chilli sauce sounds really good. New! Step Two – Peel and roughly chop the onion and garlic. If you don't have any mint sauce, you can use a tablespoon fresh mint or half a tablespoon of dried mint and add one tablespoon more vinegar. Leave for 24 hours before eating to allow the flavours to meld. It is always a winner here! What a great and easy recipe! I am a chilli wuss, so a small layer for me. This looks great! I wouldn’t add too much chili because I can’t deal with it but the rest of the ingredients sound yummy! The sauce can be made the day before. I’ve done the fork and knife thing too and it never works as well as I wish. Will keep in the fridge for up to 2 days or freeze for up to 3 months. well done 10/10.Bottle it and sell it , you would make a fortune .xx. I didn’t have any white wine vinegar, instead, I used the juice of 1 lime – ’twas perfect – remainder has been frozen (cubed) ready for Bloody Mary’s ! Simply mix all the ingredients together and season with salt and pepper – add a splash of water if you want to make it a drizzly consistency. Good move to tone down the chilli – I’ll add a note about how to tone down the garlic and onion without the need to cook it. Yes, absolutely. I’ve always been scared of using scotch bonnets! Looks great. I love chilli sauce with kebabs but know what you mean if the chillies are too hot it doesn’t work so well. They sell massive scoops of them in the market for £1 – who on earth can get through 50 of them I wonder? Tastes good though haha. There are degrees of this, of course; it’s still a chilli sauce, but it does have a depth of flavour that comes from the secret ingredient: jarred mint sauce (which of course will go so well with grilled lamb). As well as kebabs you can also serve this with a slice of no yeast bread to soak it up or homemade tortilla chips. It would be great on a burger too. Scotch bonnets are hot hot hot! Maybe leave it in the fridge for a day or two – then all the flavours meld together Glad you like it. I wish I could grow chillies without killing them! Freeze in a silicon ice cube tray for individual portions. Jane x. Quick & easy kebab shop chilli sauce – takeaway style, authentic, no cook and as hot as you like and ready in 3 minutes. I’ve made this before and really enjoyed it. Open the tin of tomatoes. I think less of really hot chillies rather than more of a milder one works better. If you are chopping lots of chillies I would use a pair of latex gloves, but when preparing chillies a piece of cling film is ideal and a huge improvement on trying to chop up the chillies with a kitchen knife and fork; yes I have tried and failed with that, and I wish I’d thought of the cling film years ago. How large and what kind of tomatoes did you use? It’s also our local doner kebab shop, but it’s a long way from living down to the dubious reputation that such a description might imply. What to do with leftover homemade kebab shop chilli sauce? The mint is optional but goes nicely with lamb. 10 out of 10 , really simple, cheap , fast and delicious! Your email address will not be published. This chilli sauce tastes just like the hotter than Hades sauce you get at your local takeaway, but is surprisingly easy to make with just 6 readily available ingredients. Just like my local Tukish grillhouse ! A top tip when making a hot chilli sauce and slicing the chillies is to wrap some cling film loosely round your fingers so your don’t touch them – even after washing your hands it is SO easy to rub your eyes and the pain is intense, even when taking out your contact lenses hours later. On this site you will find my fuss-free recipes, travel and reviews. Plonk them into your blender and away you go. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Yeah it was nice but I found the garlic a bit over powering I also used jalapeños instead of scotch bonnets. I cannot imagine trying the Carolina Reaper, is that even edible? That dash of chilli sauce makes a kebab what it is, and of course is so good we had to make our own version! Just as good as the original. I'm Helen, full time freelance food writer, photographer and blogger. it is so easy to touch your face, even after scrubbing your hands. Simply tip all the ingredients in a mini-chopper or food processor with a pinch of salt and blitz to make a sauce. Blend yogurt, garlic and lemon juice to make this delicious sauce. Fabulous, I make mine really hot with four or five hot home grown chillis. Kebab Shop Chilli Sauce / Hot Chilli Sauce {Vegan, Whole 30}. Chillis originated in the Americas, and are a member of the nightshade family along with potatoes, tomatoes, aubergines and bell peppers.