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Re: Spicy foods #155901
03/25/05 02:49 AM
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All of you are making my mouth water. I love good spicy cooking, grilling, and especially the eating part! For those of you who want to try some good spicy sauces and seasonings, please visit my website All Spiced Up! You can find us at http://www.allspicedup.biz. We sell great sauces and spices, but we are also looking for some good recipes to post on our site. We are creating a new recipes page, so we are visiting in lots of different forums, hoping to pick some up.


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Re: Spicy foods #155902
03/25/05 11:53 AM
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Hi Philip,

I see that you have a Honey Chipotle BBQ Sauce. That combination is delicious <img src="/images/graemlins/heart.gif" alt="" /> I am sure that you can make a really quick snack for visitors by heating little franks in your sauce. Yum.

BTW, there is a period after biz in your post so the link shows up garbled.

Re: Spicy foods #155903
06/01/05 10:10 PM
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Another great flavour booster is chipotle en adobo. I buy the 8 oz. can and puree and keep in the frig for quick additions to fried rice, marinades, soups, etc.

Re: Spicy foods #155904
06/01/05 11:19 PM
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Hi MaryAnne,

I have not seen chipotle en adobo--I will look for it at the supermarket. Hey, I thought that I was the only person to like hot n' spicy fried rice <img src="/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" />

Re: Spicy foods #155905
05/16/06 10:53 AM
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This recipe is absolutely fan-cock-a-doodle-do-tastic!

Armadillo Eggs (not real ones, it's just the name...ok!)

24 jalapeno peppers
1 pound big old spicy sausage
2 cups all-purpose baking mix (no idea what this is)
1 (16 ounce) cheap package Cheddar cheese, shredded
1 tablespoon crushed red pepper flakes
1 tablespoon garlic salt
1 (16 ounce) package Monterey Jack cheese, cubed

Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C - check this). Lightly grease a medium baking sheet.

Cut a slit in each jalapeno pepper. Remove and discard seeds and pulp. Don't get the seeds in your eyes or it'll hurt, and it's not my fault if you do because I've just warned you. This is true. Read on (but don't forget what I've just said, let's leave it there).

What was I saying? Oh yes in a medium bowl*, mix your big old spicy sausage, baking mix (still no idea), Cheddar cheese, crushed red pepper, and garlic salt.

Still with me? Good. Stuff jalapenos with the Monterey Jack cheese cubes. Shape sausage mixture around the jalapenos to form balls or other interesting geometric shapes. Actually you could make some funny shapes (little men, aliens, hats etc) out of the cheese, instead of cubes...but only if you have a lot of spare time on your hands.

Arrange jalapeno balls (or interesting geometric shapes) on the prepared baking sheet. Bake 25 minutes in the preheated oven, until lightly browned (not black, that would mean they are burned). Serve with massive amounts of beer to your friends, or eat alone if you don't have any.

* a medium sized bowl


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Re: Spicy foods #155906
05/19/06 09:47 AM
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Forgot to add: *

1 (16 ounce) cheap package Cheddar cheese, shredded * or any old fat


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Re: Spicy foods #155907
07/15/06 07:48 PM
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Sour Cream with Cayenne pepper

1/2 container sour cream
add 1/2 tsp. or to your taste buds
1 tsp. garlic powder
salt to taste


Mix all together well. .. adjust seasonings if you like

Use as a dip on anything from chips to tortilla chips or on a sandwhich.

Sometimes I just use jalapenos (de-seeded) diced up in the sour cream.
If you like use 1/2 Philly cream cheese and 1/2 sour cream .. . Be Creative get wild Helene


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Re: Spicy foods [Re: chilimule] #401140
03/31/08 06:43 PM
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Hi Everyone,
I'm a newbie here and will post some recipes soon. Nice to meet everyone.

Kathy Ellen

Re: Spicy foods [Re: Kathy Ellen] #427210
06/16/08 05:46 PM
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you cant beat "spicy tuna pasta" just add some crushed chillie flakes to your tomato sauce add lots of canned tuna then pour it over your fave pasta MMMmmm delish!


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Re: Spicy foods [Re: AKFP] #455769
09/29/08 05:57 PM
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Heres a link to some hot and spicy recipes.

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