Monkey Gland Sauce Recipe - How to Make Monkey Gland at Home!😛
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Recipe type: Sauce
Cuisine: South African
 
Monkey gland sauce is one of South Africa's favorite condiments. The name has very humorous and interesting origins, and I will leave a link below for those interested in reading about the origins of monkey gland sauce, and its name. Monkey gland sauce is rich, thick and dark, with a deep, tart flavor that will liven up any burger or steak. This is the original recipe dating back to the 1950's.... here it goes...
Ingredients
  • 10ml Ground ginger
  • 60ml Onion flakes
  • 5ml Dried chilli flakes
  • 10ml Dried garlic granules
  • 5ml Cayenne pepper
  • 125g Brown sugar
  • 450g Ripe firm tomatoes, chopped
  • 125ml Worcestershire sauce
  • 225ml Tomato puree
  • 30ml Cider vinegar
  • 30ml Whisky
Instructions
  1. Monkey gland sauce is one of South Africa's favorite condiments. The name has very humorous and interesting origins, and I will leave a link below for those interested in reading about the origins of monkey gland sauce, and its name.
  2. Monkey gland sauce is rich, thick and dark, with a deep, tart flavor that will liven up any burger or steak.
  3. This is the original recipe dating back to the 1950's.... here it goes...
  4. Measure out 10ml ground ginger, 60ml dried onion flakes, 5ml chilli flakes, 10ml dried garlic flakes, 5ml cayenne pepper and 125g brown sugar.
  5. The wet ingredients include 450g ripe firm tomatoes roughly chopped, 250ml Worcestershire sauce, 225ml tomato puree, 30ml apple cider vinegar and 30ml whisky.
  6. Place the chopped tomatoes in your food processor and machine until quite fine.
  7. Transfer the tomatoes to a large pan.
  8. Add all of the other ingredients and turn the flame on to medium heat.
  9. Bring the sauce to a boil, stirring often.
  10. Reduce the heat to a simmer and allow this to reduce to half of its quantity over 20 to 30 minutes, stirring every few minutes.
  11. You will know the sauce is ready when it bubbles like molten lava, letting off little puffs of steam. There will also be absolutely no runny liquid component in the sauce either.
  12. Turn of the gas and bottle the sauce in sterilized bottles. There is no need to pressure can the product, as the sugar and acid content is high enough to guarantee a safe result.
  13. Enjoy your sauce on burgers, hot dogs, steaks and even pasta.
  14. You can find out about the origins of Monkey Gland Sauce here
Recipe by Whats4Chow at https://whats4chow.com/2020/09/05/monkey-gland-sauce-recipe-how-to-make-monkey-gland-at-home%f0%9f%98%9b/