Seafood stuffed jalapeños are quick and easy to prepare and can be made with roasted and peeled jalapeños or fresh out of the garden.
A reader recently emailed us, asking if there was a way to tone down the heat level in the canned jalapenos called for his chile relleno recipe. Sadly, there is no way to cool ’em down, since they’ve been processed for canning. What you can do, is substitute milder canned chiles. We recommend New Mexico or Anaheim peppers, which are much milder but still packed with flavor.
Because we loves us some Deano’s Jalapeño Chips, we’re helping them spread the word about this special Cinco de Mayo offer: a blended mix of jalapeño and habanero cheddar chips, which will be available for a limited time only.
Q: I heard about some guy who has developed a jalapeño pepper with no heat. Why would anybody do that? A: Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? Some manufacturers of hot products prefer to use heatless chile varieties and add heat later during processing through the addition of concentrated capsaicin oleoresin. This provides a measurable, more …
Here is a classic chile sauce from one of the hottest regions–foodwise–in China. This Sichuan chile sauce can be used in stir-fry dishes, added to soups, or sprinkled over rice.
If ever there were such a thing as a “Grilled Shrimp Mexican-Style Pizza,” this would be it. This can be served whole or cut into wedges as an appetizer.
The summer sun is heating things up and so is Dickey’s Barbecue Pit with the release of its new King’s Hawaiian Spicy Chicken and Cheddar premium sandwich.