Homemade chilli sauce has no chemial preservative or flavour added and it is simply chilli sauce!
I have abundance of chillies which I planted as landscape in my garden but I don't know what this type of chilli is called. They are beautiful orangie red and fat in shape but very short. Each tree generously fruits and that's why it is suitable for pot plant or landscape for purpose of decoration. The nursery told me that they are edible so I plucked them before they droop.
It is very easy to make your own chilli sauce and they taste better than my favourite Maggee Garlic Chilli Sauce. Here is the recipe:
1 bowl of Fresh Chillies
3-6 cloves Garlic (depending on amount of chillies)
½ cup Heinz Vinegar
½ cup Sugar
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Cornflour + water
1. Blender all the ingredients except cornflour, with some water.
Cook in a pot & boil until thicken.
Balance the taste for sugar, salt & vinegar, adding more whichever is necessary.
Lastly add in cornflour paste to thicken it. Add little more if not thick enough.
2. Rinse a jar with boiling water to sterile it.
Cool & dry before storing the cool chilli sauce.