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This is one of the most versatile spice mixes around. Hailing from Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, this mix is best known for adding flavor to steamed lobster, crab, shrimp, and all sorts of seafood. It's added to crab boils and fish stews. But here's a little secret-- it's much more versatile than only a seafood seasoning-- dash into your bloody mary, stir into gazpacho, sprinkle a little on your popcorn, mash into your potatoes, rub some onto your chicken. The options are endless! Enjoy!
Tom Yum Goong is always one of my favorite Thai cuisines! This spicy soup is so savory and addictive.
You can use frozen shrimp and chicken stock instead, but I really recommend using fresh shrimp and make a nice broth as the recipe guides. Best Tom Yum Goong calls for a good shrimp stock and it is so much YUMMIER!!
Hi Salli & Nate! This is my September spicy recipe. This is a recipe I often make as a gift for friends who like spicy stuff. You can fill a masonjar in any size when the chutney is hot. Turn the jar upside down and leave to cool to create a vacuum. You can then keep it for months! Hope you like it! Jean C
I think chocolate is one of the most incredible inventions in the history of mankind. I especially love bitter ones with a hint of spicy chili! This combination wonderfully works on ice pop recipes, too! You might think I just made up this yummy hills by my imagination, right? But the place called "Chocolate Hills" really exists in the Filippines!!! and cute little tarsiers(the smallest primate on earth) are living there :)))
Every September where I'm from (Denver, CO) we would find one of the chili vendors on a street corner and order a bushel of #fire #roasted #green #chilis I'm not sure, but I think they were #poblanos we would take our haul in a garbage bag. After they cooled, we would peel off the blackened skins and divide them up in plastic bags for the freezer so we could make #greenchilistew all winter. To this day, I miss this annual tradition. You can use canned Hatch green chili in place of fresh Poblanos, but fire-roasted peppers are the best!