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This is a serious pizza method that will give you fantastic results. It's not too difficult and doesn't require too much time spent in the kitchen, mostly you'll just be waiting for the dough to rest and/or rise.
By using the mix-and-rest method for kneading, you replace a lot of hard work with just a bit of extra resting time. I think the results are at least as good as traditional kneading, if not better.
This is my go-to hot sauce recipe. It's simple, with all of the ingredients complementing the natural chilli flavour.
You can play around using this recipe as a starting point and come up with your own version. I like to always include some habaneros/scotch bonnets as they have a distinct flavour and a searing heat, but you can use whichever chillies you can find.