I have a bunch of jalapenos waiting to go into a home made hot sauce so I'm looking for advice or tips.
First, I'd like to say that the jalapenos I have are probably around 5-10 times stronger than the majority of recipes online say/call for. I cannot make jalapeno poppers for parties or family at all because literally no one would eat them. I've read online that the majority of American jalapenos are bred for size and less heat but not sure how true it is. Mine are smaller and definitely pack a surprising punch for jalapenos.
Now to the hot sauce recipes. What I've found is that most recipes don't have any vegetables or fruits added to reduce the heat, just some onion, garlic and seasoning for flavor, but that won't work for me since I'm trying to sell/give a few bottles to friends and family and need to make it more mild.
What would be a good "base" for a jalapeno hot sauce that would reduce the heat and add some flavor at the same time so it wouldn't be just a "basic" jalapeno sauce? Any ideas or past experiences that worked well?