|Great Chili Pepper Cookbook|
|by Gina Steer|
Featuring more than one hundred zesty recipes from around the world, a hot and spicy collection includes creations from the hottest cuisines and f...
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Cut away all ... onion powder, cayenne, Tabasco, Frank's Hot ... more minutes. Serve (optionally) with shredded cheese on top. Approximately 10 servings.
Choose fresh, ripe tomatoes without any blemishes. Wash tomatoes thoroughly. Bring water to a boil and dip tomatoes into boiling water briefly, until ...
Soak pinto beans ... a more soupy chili, a half ... small portion of the pepper, minus the seeds and core for starters; more can always be added later.
Brown ground beef and onion with salt and pepper. Drain grease. Add remaining ingredients, bring to a boil. Simmer 30 minutes.
Brown one pound ... whole). Let the chili simmer for about ... The only thing constant is change. Bottom line: have fun with it, and remember Big Daddy K!
Dad used to ... tomato sauce, garlic, chili and Tabasco. Add more ... simmer for 10-20 minutes. Serve with rice and fresh baked bread or mashed potato.
In a small ... onion, lemon juice, chili powder and Tabasco sauce. Gently blend in ... Cover and chill at least 1 hour before serving. Makes 1 1/2 cups.
Combine all ingredients and bring to boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 2 hours, stirring frequently. Top with shredded mild Cheddar and crumbled corn ...
Brown 1 pound ... water for soupier chili. Simmer 30-60 ... Soupy chili - served in bowl with saltines. Dry chili - serve on plate with egg salad sandwiches.
Grease pan; sprinkle chilies, cheese and pimentos on bottom of pan. Mix eggs and Bisquick, add half and half; mix together with electric mixer. Pour ...
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