This is my idea of a perfect summer hot sauce, a vibrant enhancer for all the fresh, lively flavors of food in the warm months. Drizzle onto grilled steaks or pork chops, or mix a little into Greek yogurt for a smoked cherry dip to serve with roasted cauliflower and carrots.
Game plan: Habaneros are particularly spicy chile peppers, so we suggest wearing a pair of latex gloves when removing the seeds.
Special equipment: You’ll need a stovetop smoker—our favorite is this compact and affordable one from Camerons.
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