Adoboloco Jalapeno Sauce bottles up jalapeno flavor with aloha

Tim Parsons and his family love to cook. Food brings the ohana together in the Hawaiian Islands. It all started from the family’s home school garden. With fertile volcanic soil, the jalapenos ripen in abundance. They didn’t want the produce to go bad, so Tim put on his thinking cap and decided to make a sauce with them. Eventually, it became a staple condiment on their table in an old shoyu (soy sauce) bottle. As family and friends came over, they wanted their own bottle to take home with them to use at their house. In 2011, Tim brought his family recipe to the public as Adoboloco Jalapeno Sauce. I can see why. This sauce is very tasty.

Here are two recipes that we tried with the Adoboloco Jalapeno Sauce:

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