Red chilies sauce is a necessity in the homes of many people. It is a versatile condiment that you can use alone for dipping and dunking or add to recipes for a kick of heat.
In this article, I am going to be sharing 25 of the most amazing red chilies sauce recipes that I have ever tried! Try them for yourself today…
This delicious red chilies sauce recipe is bound to be a hit with your loved ones! It is so fresh and you can tell the difference in quality between this and a store-bought jar of red chili sauce.
As well as red chilies, it also features garlic, onions, and tomatoes for extra flavor.
This red chilies sauce uses two different types of chilies for an extra splash of spice. Bird’s Eye Chilies and Habaneros come together in this warm, spicy, and sweet sauce.
Be warned, when I say hot I mean it, so you will only need a teaspoon added to your recipes.
Red chilies sauce with a Mexican twist! The sauce uses Mexican favorite ancho chilies for a huge spicy twist. It takes just 30 minutes to make and it is the perfect sauce to serve with tamales!
You can also use it in recipes that require a kick of heat.
This Mexican-inspired sauce has been created by world-renowned chef Rick Stein. It uses the highest quality ingredients, including two different types of chili peppers (chile de Arbol peppers and guajillo chilies).
Expect this one to taste fresh, hot, and full of flavor. The perfect accompaniment to chips and dip, or served with enchiladas.
Sweet, spicy, and tart! These three words are the best descriptors of this delicious red chilies sauce! If you love sriracha, then you will adore this! You can make your very own fresh, homemade sriracha, right in the comfort of your kitchen.
The key is to use good quality chilies such as red jalapenos or, as the recipe creator uses (because they couldn’t get jalapenos) Bird’s eye chilies!
Unlike some of the other Mexican and Latin-inspired red chilies sauces I have shown you so far, this chili sauce is inspired by Italian chili sauce Peperoncini Freschi Sott’Olio which means Fresh Chili Peppers in Olive Oil.
A simple 5 ingredient sauce that you will love.
This easy to make chili sauce is inspired by the tastes of New Mexico. As such, you can expect earthy, unique flavors thanks to the New Mexican red chilies that get used in it.
The recipe creator recommends that you use New Mexican Red Chile Pods which are usually dried, so try to find these if you can!
This red chilies sauce is a little different from the ones you have seen so far as it is inspired by Asian flavors. You will be using ingredients such as soy sauce, rice vinegar, fish sauce, and sambal oelek which is a Vietnamese chili paste.
The resulting sauce is the most perfect dipping sauce for dim sum and spring rolls!
This red chilies sauce is very spicy thanks to the use of dried peppers which are notorious for making your eyes red!
You can use any dried peppers you want in this recipe, just make sure you use good quality dried pepper pods for the best results!
This Chinese inspired dipping sauce uses sesame oil, Thai red chilis (Bird’s eye chilis to be exact), and sugar to make a sweet chili flavor that will be hard to top.
Add it to stir-fries or use it to dip in prawn crackers! It is sure to be a hit when you have a Chinese cuisine feast!
I couldn’t write a list of the best red chilies sauce recipes and leave out the spicy arrabbiata sauce, now, could we?
This Italian sauce is perfect for adding to pasta or using as a pizza base! It uses red chili flakes for a kick of heat and is the perfect versatile sauce for all Italian cuisine lovers.
Chiu Chow sauce is a Chinese chili sauce that is famed for its delicious flavors. It is sold in stores but I think that nothing beats homemade!
As such, I just had to include this delicious homemade Chiu Chow sauce recipe that uses fresh red chili peppers for the spiciest kick yet.
This copycat recipe tries to emulate the Huy Fong brand of ChiliGarlic sauce, and let’s just say they do it well! The recipe creator calls this ‘Asian salsa’ and that is probably the best description since it is chunky like salsa and deliciously spicy in terms of flavor.
Schezwan sauce is the perfect Asian-inspired dipping sauce for dim sum, crackers, poppadoms, and spring rolls.
This delicious recipe marries garlic and red Bedgi chili peppers for the most delicious tasting dip ever! Don’t forget the soy sauce and sugar to make it taste authentic!
This is probably the most simple recipe I have on this list since you only need to use 4 ingredients! You can choose the red chilies based on your preferences, meaning you can make it as hot or mild as you like.
There is no sweetener used in this recipe but there are directions to help you add your own sweetener if you prefer a sweeter-tasting red chilies sauce.
Pesto and pasta are one of life’s most simple pleasures, and this pesto recipe can help you kick it up a notch! Red chilies are used in this pesto recipe to give you a warm kick of spice, perfect for making your pasta lunch hotter than ever!
This delicious Mexican red chili sauce tastes super authentic and is the perfect accompaniment to fajitas, tamales, and of course, enchiladas. You could even use it for enchilada sauce, as long as you don’t mind some intense heat!
This sauce uses flaked red chilis to create a spicy kick that works well with the sweet, sharp flavors of the pineapple. If you are a fan of Thai Sweet Chili sauce you will love this slightly exotic twist! This is the perfect red chili dipping sauce.
Not only does this sauce recipe use red peppers (the flaked version) but it also uses Morrocan staple, harissa paste which is a Mediterranean mild chili paste.
This is perfect for your favorite Mediterranean or South African recipes and dishes, and what’s more, it is keto-friendly!
The pickled element of this delicious Chinese sauce gives it a unique twist. Whether you want to use it for dipping or add it into your recipes when you want a bit of a spicy kick, this sauce is so versatile and can work well in anything.
Use the freshest red chilies you can find, and you can pick the type you like best!
Gochujang is like the Korean version of sriracha and is the ideal chili sauce for use when you are creating Korean meals. You can use it for dipping or adding to recipes for an intense kick of heat.
The special ingredient in this is miso as it lends a unique flavor. Not to be missed if you are a fan of Korean cuisine.
This recipe for a delicious tomato and chili sauce lends itself well to a variety of different cuisines, from Mexican to Italian, and from Thai to Indian. It is very versatile, as well as being easy to make.
It is tangy, fresh, and spicy as long as you use the freshest ingredients you can find.
This sauce is quick and easy to make, meaning you can whip it up at lunchtime ready to eat later on that day. The garlic shines through in this one, making it a great option for Italian or Mexican cuisine.
I couldn’t leave out Peri-Peri sauce! This delicious recipe uses red African Bird’s Eye chilis to create its signature spice.
It is zesty, fresh, and herby thanks to the lemon, oregano, and apple cider vinegar! This is the perfect chili sauce to use as a marinade on chicken.
The honey used in this Asian-inspired red chili sauce gives it a moreish, sweet edge. It is perfect for dipping or drizzling over your favorite stir-fries! Use dried red chili flakes for the best results.