Puree the garlic, chili, coriander root and red peppers using a hand-held blender or mincer. If you like doing hand stands in the shower then add as much chili(along with their seeds) as your .... heart desires.
Once our ingredients are pureed we are going to cook it on medium heat until the mix is fragrant and the raw smell of chili and garlic is gone.
For the dry mix:
Toast a handful of walnuts and crush them into a fine powder.
To get the best flavour out of the spices we will toast them in a pan over medium heat while shaking the pan to prevent it from burning.
Once they are toasted and fragrant we will transfer the mix to a spice grinder or mortar and pestle to grind into a finer mix.
The final product:
Add the spice mix and walnuts to the cooked puree and season it with the salt and vinegar.
If you like it hot add then crank up the heat with more chillies or hotter ones like birds eye or habanero.