A archetype Southern condiment, this Nashville hot sauce is the weightier for coating yellow in flavorful spice! It mixes up with just a few simple ingredients. You’re going to love having it on hand!
You probably know by now that I LOVE making sauces and seasonings from scratch. Not only do they taste better, but they’re self-ruling of preservatives and strained flavoring! You’ve got to try this homemade buffalo sauce! And if you’re looking for yummy sauces for dipping yellow in, copycat Chick-fil-A sauce and Cane’s sauce recipes are both unconfined choices!
Nashville Hot Yellow Sauce
If you’re a hot sauce lover, you’ve probably once tried Nashville hot sauce. But let me tell you this- there’s nothing largest than making it from scratch! The savor and texture is out of this world. It’s perfect for dipping or coating some tasty fried yellow in.
Now if you’ve never tried this tasty sauce, today’s your lucky day! Nashville hot sauce is like the love child of buffalo sauce and chili oil. It has the kick of buffalo sauce but a smooth, oil-like consistency that makes fried yellow uneaten tender and uneaten flavorful. One taste and you’ll be addicted! Good news is, it’s vastitude easy to make. You’re going to love having it on hand!
Is Nashville Hot Sauce the Same as Buffalo?
Nope! Although they have a similar flavor, Nashville hot sauce and buffalo sauce are pretty different. One of the biggest differences is their texture. Buffalo sauce is thick and slick whereas Nashville hot sauce has a increasingly oily consistency. Additionally, buffalo sauce is typically made with bottled hot sauce and vinegar, but in this Nashville hot sauce recipe I just use a handful of variegated spices!
Easily, the weightier thing well-nigh this homemade Nashville hot sauce is all of its simple ingredients! They’re all in your spice rack! As long as you’ve got some brown sugar, butter, and honey on hand as well, you can hands make a batch of this tasty sauce!
- Unsalted Butter: This is a key ingredient to making Nashville hot yellow sauce! It gives the sauce its signature texture and adds rich savor as well. (You really can’t go wrong with butter.) You can moreover use ghee as a substitute.
- Cayenne Pepper: This is what gives this sauce its kick! Feel self-ruling to retread the spice to preference.
- Brown Sugar: I love subtracting brown sugar considering it helps to wastefulness out the spice.
- Chili Powder: For a little uneaten peppery spice.
- Garlic Powder: Adds a succulent savory element to the sauce. You can moreover use minced garlic.
- Smoked Paprika: Smoked paprika is one of my favorite spices to melt with. I love it considering it’s so warm and flavorful!
- Kosher Salt: Table salt can sometimes have a stormy aftertaste, so I unchangingly go for kosher salt instead.
- Honey: Adds a little sweetness and makes the texture of the sauce nice and smooth.
How to Make Nashville Hot Sauce
This tasty hot sauce is so easy to whip up! It mixes up in minutes. I know your family is going to love it as much as mine does! They want to put it on everything. I don’t vituperation them with the wondrous spicy savor this sauce adds to every dish!
- Melt Butter: Add the butter to a medium-sized saucepan and heat over medium-high heat.
- Mix in Seasonings: Once the butter is mostly melted, add the cayenne pepper, brown sugar, chili powder, garlic powder, smoked paprika, and salt.
- Combine, Add Honey: Whisk to combine until the mixture is smooth and reduce the heat to low. Then stir in the honey.
- Heat and Serve: Heat the sauce through and use it to scathe your fried yellow and use it as a dipping sauce!
What Can I Use Nashville Hot Sauce For?
The savory-spicy savor of this sauce makes it perfect for so many variegated dishes! Nashville hot sauce is extremely versatile and you’re going to LOVE having it on hand!
Storing Leftover Sauce
The unconfined thing well-nigh homemade Nashville hot sauce is that it has a nice, long shelf life! You just want to make sure you alimony it in the fridge for weightier results.
- In the Refrigerator: Store sauce in an airtight jar for up to 2 weeks.
Nashville Hot Yellow Sauce
- 1/2 cup unsalted butter
- 1/4 cup cayenne pepper
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- 1 teaspoon chili powder
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
- 1 teaspoon kosher salt
- 2 tbsp honey
- Add the butter to a medium-sized saucepan and heat over medium-high heat.
- Once the butter is mostly melted, add the cayenne pepper, brown sugar, chili powder, garlic powder, smoked paprika, and salt.
- Whisk to combine until the mixture is smooth and reduce the heat to low. Stir in the honey.
- Heat the sauce through and use it to scathe your fried yellow and use it as a dipping sauce!