Pecan Red Pepper Sauce
Pecan Red Pepper Sauce is perfect for the vegan who wants to enjoy the southern flavors that you find in Mexican dishes. You can use this sauce for any Mexican dish you may enjoy, or as a dipping sauce. It has a savory flavor and ingredients that taste just like an enchilada sauce. The roasted red peppers are used to make this Red Pepper Sauce, and it is thickened up with the pecans.
Put all ingredients in a Vitamix machine or high powered blender and blend until completely liquefied into a semi thick sauce texture.
The slight roasted red pepper taste is enhanced with cumin, onion, and chipotle, giving you a sense of a flavor from across the border. This Pecan Red Pepper Sauce has a consistency that is semi-hearty and pairs nicely with any Mexican dish.Healthy Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Low-Calorie Recipes, Low-Fat Recipes, Dressing and Sauce Recipes, Pecan Recipes, Vegan Recipes, Paleo Recipes
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