Habanero Side Sauce
A slightly sweet sauce that has a bit of an after-burn effect. Try it on eggs, tacos, burgers, fish, or whatever. Except maybe oatmeal. I wouldn’t put it on oatmeal.
  1. Dice the carrots and onions about the size of the carrots found in a package of frozen mixed vegetables
  2. Heat a heavy skillet or pot over medium heat. Once hot, add the 1tbsp oil and carrots. Cook carrots, stirring occasionally for about five minutes. Add the whole peppers and onions and salt.
  3. Continue to cook, stirring occasionally until the carrots and peppers are softened, and the onions have gotten translucent.
  4. Transfer mixture to blender or food processor, add the vinegar and blend until smooth.
  5. Continue blending, drizzling in the remaining 1/2 cup oil until it is all incorporated. If the sauce seems too thick, blend in water, 1 tbsp at a time until desired consistency.
  6. Store in refrigerator.