Honey Habanero BBQ Sauce Recipe

Honey Habanero BBQ Sauce Recipe – Like a few of the other recipes, I also have this recipe for Honey Habanero BBQ Sauce listed in the Hot & Spicy section of this website.  I include it here as well since it has honey in the recipe and I wanted to make sure all of the “honey” BBQ Sauces Recipes were listed together for easy browsing.

As usual, I like sweet BBQ sauces and with the honey, this Honey Habanero BBQ Sauce is a winner!  If Habaneros are a bit too hot for you, you can always cut back on the amount or even substitue a Jalepeno or something less hot.  However, habanero like any hot pepper has it’s own unique type of hot flavor so give it a try before you think habaneros are too hot for you.Honey Habanero BBQ Sauce Recipe:Ingredients:

6 fresh habanero peppers

5 cloves fresh garlic

7 shallots

2 tablespoons olive oil

1 cup honey (I use a local farmer – fresh unrefined honey is the

way to go)

1/2 cup teriyaki sauce

1/2 cup any brand regular bbq sauce

4 tablespoons horseradish

2 tablespoons worchestershire sauce

2 tablespoons yellow mustard

2 teaspoons liquid smokeDirections:Remove all seeds, stems, and ribs from habanero (scotch bonnet) peppers. Finely dice cleaned peppers, garlic, and shallots, and sauté in olive oil until garlic and onions begin to carmelize. Once the garlic and onions begin to turn golden brown, add honey, teriyaki, bbq sauce, horseradish, mustard, and liquid smoke. Bring to a boil, then reduce and simmer for 15 to 20 minutes. Use as you would any bbq sauce, and know that even without the ribs and seeds, this is a VERY spicy bbq sauce.

Banana Cake Recipes – Yummy and Easy

Here’s a page with a chockful of delicious, wonderful recipes for Banana Cakes!

Over-ripe Bananas can be used to make cakes as it lends a nice, rich flavor to the cake. I tend to make Banana Cakes when I have too many over-ripe bananas lying around in the kitchen.Bananas tend to ripen very fast in humid tropical weather where I live!

I’m sure most of us has had that problem, so instead of throwing away those delicious nutrition-rich fruits, I suggest adding them to Cakes and Desserts by using these easy recipes. Bananas go extremely well with nuts and/or sour cream frosting.So for a healthier alternative, I usually add nuts and seeds in the Cake itself or use it as topping.

It’ll give the Cake a nice crunchy taste and goes very well with the rich flavor. It is best to use brown or muscovado sugar in Banana Cake Recipes.

Brown sugar has a rich, caramel flavor while Muscovado sugar has a rich, full flavor. Both go very well with cakes and puddings that use fruits. Plus, both have a deep, dark color and gives fruit cakes a golden color and rich aroma which is ever so tempting.

And the gorgeous, rich aroma wafting through the kitchen as the cake bakes….completely irresistible : Moist Banana Cake Recipe.

Here’s a low-fat and simple chocolate cake recipe with a twist…bananas added to give it that results in a nice, rich taste…Delicious Low-Fat Banana Chocolate Cake.

Also, do check out this traditional Malaysian-style Cake recipes called Bengkang Pisang. I’ve included 2 recipes– Bengkang Pisang Version 1 and Bengkang Pisang Version 2.