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The Spicy Food Lovers’ Cookbook
“The Spicy Food Lovers’ Cookbook” is packed with 75 recipes for spicy food lovers of all levels, with easy recipes for seafood, from the land, handhelds, slow cooker meals, pressure cooker, pasta and so much more. If you love it spicy, you need this book.
The Spicy Dehydrator Cookbook
Take your dehydrator to new and spicy heights with load of recipes for everything from hot sauces and spice mixes to jerky and soups that you can rehydrate later. If you’re in the mood for a mildly spicy jerky or want a hot sauce recipe that will take your breath away, The Spicy Dehydrator Cookbook has got you covered.
Here you'll find my collection of homemade spice blends and seasonings recipes that focus on big and bold flavors, many of them nice and spicy. Be sure to check out my posts for How to Dehydrate Chili Peppers and Make Chili Powders, Homemade Cajun Seasonings, How to Make Chili Flakes, How to Make Chili Oil, and Make Your Own Spicy Salt Blends.
Having a Super Bowl party? Football games, baseball games, you name it, are great reasons for throwing a party. Check out our many recipes for typical game day food, whether you want simple finger food or gourmet, we’ve got it all. Many of these recipes would be great for tailgating as well.
Explore my collection of spicy curry recipes, some of them quite hot, some of them milder. When it comes to curries, whether they are Indian or Thai or elsewhere, there are many delicious ways to adjust the spiciness but all are filled with amazing flavor.
This was SO good! I was looking for a really good satay recipe with plenty of layers of flavour, and this was spot on. Wouldn't change a thing. Tonight I'm making it again, grilling the chicken and adding it into a coconut thai chicken soup. Can't wait.
This was beyond delicious! I marinated the shrimp a bit over an hour, and two pounds of shrimp got devoured by two people (I won't say who, lol) in record time. I've already made this multiple times for company to rave reviews. 🙂 Thanks for another great recipe!!!
I have grown up with a deep appreciation for India cuisine. My mom cooked it, and I've been to plenty of restaurants, but only recently decided I need to learn to cook it for myself. This was my first attempt at a main dish and WOW was I impressed at the results. AND it was pretty simple dish to create.