How To Make Wet Red Chilly Sauce- A to Z series

This is very interesting thing that generally, we get wet red chilies in winter season .But, in last week I went in the vegetable market suddenly I got one lady was selling these chilies. And in the winter season I was searching for these chilies in the whole market and I didn’t have got it . I saw these chilies stumbled on that heap. So nice smell was coming from it. Then I asked her rate and bought it, my mother in law also like its thecha . Then I asked her can I make chilly sauce/ Then she told what you want you make but keep these chilies for me to make Thecha of it with lemon juice. So I kept some chilies for it and made chilly sauce of it.

Let us see how did I made it?

Author’s name : Chhaya Kulkarni

Cuisie : Indian

food type _chilly sauce

keyword-How to make chilly sauce- a to z series.

serve for many


Red chilly: 250 gm

salt:2 tbsp

lemon juice: 2 tbsp

cumin seeds : 2 tbsp

cloves 2

black peeper 2 to 3

sugar 50 gm


Take the wet red chilies and remove its stalks.

Take all ingredients in the thali , as like red chilies, salt, cumin seeds, garlic flakes, black peeper, cloves, sugar , etc

Add all these ingredients in the mixture jar . Grind it as like paste .

Now add lemon juice to it .

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wet red chilly sauce/
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serve it with chapati, Roti, bread , etc .


9 Comments Add yours

  1. You are a great cook

    Liked by 1 person

      1. Jyo says:

        That means spicy😊


  2. Good for those who like chilies and hot things 🙂


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