Byron Bay Chilli ain’t playing around when it comes to spicy pizza.
These quick snacks have a light and spicy Asian twist. You can easily omit the chicken for vegetarian guests.
Oils are another great use for all those chile peppers you grew this summer. This Asian take is good to have on hand with noodles in my opinion.
This kebab recipe from 2015 Scovie Award winner Papa Turts is perfect for summertime grilling…
I’m a big fan of chicken wings but not so much Buffalo-style wings so I thought I’d get creative for an upcoming cookout and add some sweet and spicy Asian-style glaze to steamed and baked chicken wings. (Of course, the wings could be deep-fried but deep frying is time-consuming and tends to get expensive unless you’re doing a bunch of wings or frying other things.)
This year I used about a pound of Las Cruces Cayenne pods to cook up a sweet and spicy Thai sauce. This sauce is thicker than “Louisiana Styel” hot sauce, and is less vinegary. Have fun!
There’s something about the richness of red curry paste that is incredibly satisfying to the palate; in fact, I find that even a small portion of good red curry leaves me feeling sated—much more so than a comparable amount of Chinese food, for instance.