Apricot Jalapeno Sauce


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This apricot sauce recipe, mildly sweet with enough heat, is made with fresh apricots and pickled jalapenos. It is very simple to make and the sauce gets its complexity and unique depth of flavour from the use of cloves, allspice, juniper berries and mace. Great with grilled and barbecued meats, on sandwiches and in vinaigrette.

  • 350 g Apricots, pitted and coarsely chopped
  • 100 g Pickled Jalapeno
  • 100 ml Apple cider vinegar
  • 200 ml Apple juice
  • 50 g Coconut sugar
  • 5 pc Cloves
  • 1 tsp Allspice berries
  • 1 tsp Juniper berries
  • 15 g Sea salt
  • 1 tbsp Mace powder
  1. Wash, pit and coarsely chop the apricots. Place chopped apricots, pickled jalapeno, apple cider vinegar, apple juice and coconut sugar in a medium saucepan. Bring the mixture to a boil. Cook, uncovered, over moderate heat for about 25 minutes.
  2. Use a mortar and pestle to crush the cloves, allspice, juniper berries and salt. Mix in mace powder. Add the spice mixture to the apricots and cook for 5 minutes.
  3. Use a stick blender to puree the mixture. Bring the sauce again to a boil. Transfer the sauce to bottles or small jars. Cool completely and store in the refrigerator for up to 1 month.

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69 comments:

Mindy Boyd 20/7/17 03:42

Apricots and pickled jalapeno sound like a great combo. Looks delish!

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Sharon D 20/7/17 03:53

I am liking the sound of this one, Angie! A little spiciness, apricot ..yum-yum.

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Nammi 20/7/17 05:08

oooh I like this sauce!!! sweet and spicy !! yummm

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Shobha 20/7/17 07:11

Wow.. this is a lovely recipe of sauce.

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Rosa 20/7/17 08:14

Very tempting! The kind of hot sauce I love.

Cheers,

Rosa

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natalia20041989 20/7/17 09:41

Oh yum, sounds amazing, I love combination of those ingredients☺

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Rafeeda AR 20/7/17 11:32

That is a very interesting sauce... I guess it would taste amazing with a nice piece of steak...

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Amy (Savory Moments) 20/7/17 13:35

I always enjoy fruit paired with jalapenos, so I know this sauce would be so yummy!

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All That I'm Eating 20/7/17 13:50

What a brilliant idea, I bet the apricot and jalapeno are delicious together.

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Tricia Buice 20/7/17 15:13

I want to eat this on everything! What a great and creative recipe Angie. Sweet and hot - perfect combination :) Have a terrific weekend!

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Choclette Blogger 20/7/17 15:32

I made my first ever BBQ sauce a while back and I thought it was pretty special. Now I've seen yours, I'm not so sure ;)

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Nancy Chan 20/7/17 15:41

Its sounds good and I think I will enjoy it. Have a beautiful day!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 20/7/17 15:46

Love this sauce Angie, also your pics are fantastic, looks like magazine material.

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nadia 20/7/17 16:01

Mmm sweet and hot! Must try this! Loving your apricot recipes Angie ;)

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Balvinder Ubi 20/7/17 17:00

I don't mind to have some jars of this yummy sauce in stock, looking wow!

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Cook With Manali 20/7/17 20:04

wow that sounds so flavorful!

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fimère .b 20/7/17 22:12

le jalapeno je ne connais pas mais ça a l'air délicieux
bonne soirée

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 21/7/17 00:14

Love this! So vibrant and full of flavor and perfect for my next grilled chicken!

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mjskit 21/7/17 01:29

Absolutely love the spices your used to create this unique apricot sauce. Oh yes, I can definitely see this used for grilled meats and many other foods. Thanks Angie!

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The Yum List 21/7/17 01:32

I'm imagining this as a great addition to a sandwich.

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Christine Ho 21/7/17 07:59

The apricot sauce is very versatile and it makes me salivating, Angie.

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Nava K 21/7/17 16:51

You mean Jalapeno for the heat in a sweet jam? How can I resist it Angie? I can't and I won't.

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Sue/the view from great island 21/7/17 17:04

This has my name on it Angie, wish I had a jar of it today, I love the combination of fruit with spice ~ I think I might even put it over ice cream, or in my yogurt!

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Emma Ferguson 21/7/17 18:18

Sweet and spicy.... what a great combination.

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Evelyne CulturEatz 21/7/17 21:00

I just adore this sauce Angie, what a great use of apricots for sure, it works so well. Great flavors.

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 21/7/17 21:39

Apricot and jalapeño sounds like a awesome combo, and this sauce looks absolutely amazing. Absolutely loving these awesome flavors.

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Vicki Bensinger 22/7/17 02:08

This sounds so tasty and fall like. Is it cool where you are right now? Love this!

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2pots2cook 22/7/17 15:29

Oh yes ! Have some apricots and will do ! Definitely ! Thank you so much !

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Jeff 22/7/17 16:14

What an interesting pairing of flavors! You suggest using it on meats, and I'll bet it's fantastic that way!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 22/7/17 23:35

This sounds so delicious, Angie! I would love this on chicken or pork on the grill. Must try this and your photos are beautiful :)

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Liz Berg 23/7/17 00:23

Love this sweet and spicy BBQ sauce, Angie! It would be marvelous on so many grilled meats!!

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Easyfoodsmith 23/7/17 07:56

Hot and sweet sauces and jams are the best. Yours sounds really good.

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Evi @ greenevi 23/7/17 14:58

Oh wow, this is a genius idea, Angie! Definitely trying it, thanks for the recipe!

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grace 23/7/17 16:51

sweet and spicy sauces are the best! love those unique spices too!

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Katerina 24/7/17 06:46

I love this sweet and sour type of sauce! Perfect for the season!

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Anca 24/7/17 12:57

The sauce sounds delicious. I think it must be so good with the sweetness of the apricots and the heat from the jalapeno.

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 24/7/17 14:51

OMG, SO much yassssss to this sauce, Angie!!!! I love apricots and jalapenos, but would have NEVER thought of combining them in a sauce! This is brilliant, my friend! I can't wait to make this and use it on ALL the things!!! Cheers!

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Alida 24/7/17 17:41

What a great way of using up seasonal apricots. This is an interesting sauce Angie.

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The Reader's Tales 24/7/17 19:45

That sounds so delicious, Angie!. It reminds me of chutney. Definitely a "must make"...

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Kelly 24/7/17 21:47

This sounds SO delicious, Angie! I love anything sweet and spicy! I want to put this on everything :)

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Pola & Cleme 24/7/17 22:21

Ohh what a good sauce, I'll save the recipe because here at home we love this kind of flavors. Kisses!

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Eva Taylor 25/7/17 00:06

I have always loved the combination of sweet and hot sauces and I love that this one uses fruit and coconut sugar (one of my new favourites!). I can see this sauce used as a BBQ sauce on chicken or pork.

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Monica 25/7/17 14:10

A good sauce is serious arsenal when it comes to cooking. This sounds great, with the sweet and spicy. Love how many ways you can use it.

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tigerfish 25/7/17 16:20

Exotic yet versatile in many ways !

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Tisa Jacob 25/7/17 20:52

Pickled jalapenos and apricots, with the coconut sugar...seems insanely good.

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 25/7/17 21:30

Sweet and savory / spicy sauces like this are my absolute favorite! I love that you used apricot!

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Kitchen Riffs 25/7/17 23:03

Love spicy fruit! This looks wonderful -- definitely my kind of dish. Thanks!

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Catherine 26/7/17 01:57

Dear Angie, I would love this sauce and I know I would use it on everything. I know it is delish! Catherine xoxo

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Asha Shivakumar 26/7/17 02:34

Great sauce for so many things. Love the spicy kick with stone fruits. So so good. I can already think of a ton of ways to use it. Yumm!!

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 26/7/17 06:16

I have never had a sweet and spicy combo before - so I have absolutely NO CLUE what to expect with this sauce! I could imagine people wanting to dip their ribs in it though - or maybe smear it on a pulled pork sandwich!

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Pam 26/7/17 16:04

This is definitely a must try! Love the mix of ingredients and all that spicy goodness. Thanks, Angie!

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Katie | Healthy Seasonal Recipes 26/7/17 17:02

I love any sweet and salty combination, but this one is too good to pass up! I bet it would be great with grilled meat.

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Debra Eliotseats 26/7/17 17:43

Absolutely! I wish I could get some good apricots. I might try this with peaches. Sounds amazing.

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Evolve With Mary 26/7/17 18:50

Sweet and spicy my favorite combination! I’ve never made a jalapeño sauce I bet the addition of apricots are excellent.

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kankana 26/7/17 18:59

Loving the combination of sweet and spice. I think it would make a fine spot on a cheese platter too.

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Gloria Baker 27/7/17 05:16

What amazing recipe Angie!!

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Geraldine Saucier 29/7/17 18:35

I love this sauce. Anything with a little heat is delicious:)

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noobcook 31/7/17 03:52

Love the sweet and hot flavours! A versatile sauce indeed

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Chitz 31/7/17 07:48

Dense and yum it looks.. I'm sure it would taste great with sandwiches 😊

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Sharmila- The Happie Friends Potpourri corner 31/7/17 09:22

Homemade Condiments are always the best with healthy and fresh ingredients
!! Beautifully done!!

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My Little Space 31/7/17 11:00

I have to agree with Liz. I would love this to spread on my burger too. haha....

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 1/8/17 03:23

This sounds so good - I love the idea of sweet and spicy!

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Dawn Yucuis 1/8/17 04:41

I love the ingredients in this sauce. It sounds very flavorful!

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Pam 1/8/17 18:45

Sweet and spicy...YUM!

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 3/8/17 03:42

Such a beautiful sauce, Angie. The color alone tells you how rich and delicious this must be. And cloves are my favorite spice! :)

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Sokehah Cheah 7/8/17 16:25

That combo sounds so good and versatile!

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Katerina 8/8/17 10:14

I love sweet and sour condiments! This one looks superb!

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claudia lamascolo 21/8/17 19:55

oh my how did I miss this one...? its perfect for Salmon on the grill!

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singapore forums 26/8/17 09:25

Thanks angies for sharing this great recipes! I tried it! and my kids love it:) i have also helped to share this great blog post on my local forums. :)

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