Chamoy Sauce

Chamoy is a condiment from Mexico that is typically served as a dip for fresh fruit. It is made with fruit, such as apricot, mango or plum, chilies, and lime juice and can be made in varying degrees of spiciness

Chamoy Sauce

 Chamoy may range from a liquid to a paste consistency. This sauce has a complex flavor profile. It is sweet and fruity because of the plum/apricots. But it is also quite tart from the lime. The ancho chili peppers give the sauce a smoky flavor with a light level of spice.

How is Chamoy used?

Chamoy is a delicious Mexican condiment/sauce used to flavor grilled meats, give veggies a kick, flavor beverages, and much more!

Here are a few suggestions for Chamoy:
  • Mango Margarita
  • Drizzle on watermelon, pineapples, apples, veggies, and nuts.

Ingredients in Chamoy Sauce

  • Preserves or Jam - Apricots or Plum preserves are basic ingredients for this recipe.
  • Juice - Fresh lime juice is recommended but in a pinch bottled lime juice is okay.
  • Crushed red pepper - Crushed Red Pepper adds fiery fresh heat and a zesty flavor boost to any dish.
  • Ancho Chile powder - Ancho chile powder is just one specific chile, dried poblanos, that have been ground up
  • Tajin chile seasoning - Taj√≠n  Seasoning is made with a unique blend of 100% natural chili peppers, lime & sea salt.

Making Chamoy Sauce

Mix all ingredients in the blender, and blend until smooth. Store in a covered container in the fridge, good for up to 5 days.

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