An oil fused with garam masala, coriander, cardamom, fennel, allspice, curry and chili.
Cooking time includes allowing the oil to sit for 3 days in a cool, dark place before using. Can be stored for up to 3 months.
WARNING! This is uber hot! If you have any reaction to peppers, this can send you into severe state of attack. This is NOT for the kiddies or the whimps! DragonFyre Oil is my Wife's own recipe, and I have not seen it anywhere else. Ever. This makes a fantastic dipping sauce, or a fine condiment to any meal.
This recipe is perfect for seasoning 1 lb of ground beef, or the equivalent of 1 lb of vegetarian "ground beef" I prefer this to the packages the sell at the supermarkets which often contain too much sodium. This mixture is also nice mixed with 16 oz of sour cream to serve with tortilla chips, or to top a layered Mexican dip.
A multi-purpose seasoning without the added sodium found in store brands. Use in taco meat, salad dressing, baked potatoes, rice, etc. You'll soon realize that this spice mix also works well in some Greek/Mediterranean recipes! From the Instant Ethnic Cook.
Adapted from a Meal Master recipe, this will make a great gift in a basket with the spices, a nice salad bowl, salad tongs, maybe a pretty small pitcher for pouring the dressing or a nice dip bowl. Have fun!
I've made anything from 1 bulb to a whole bag full at one time. When I make a bag full I squeeze all the garlic into a jar then cover with olive oil and refrigerate till I need it. Which is very soon! Use as a spread on bread, potatoes, roasts, Add to butter or olive oil. Put into dressings. Mashed potatoes just love them!!!In the picture is the roasted garlic and the Roasted Garlic Spread #92370 Check out this thread http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=226006 of different versions of roasting garlic.
This is great on veggies, potatoes, pasta, rice. Top a grilled steak, fish or chicken. Spread on your favorite bread or dip a breadstick into it. Blend into cream cheese for a garlic spread. The uses are endless.
An addition of garlic to my dried peppers recipe #73907. Make your own chile powder or flakes with those extra garden peppers. Be sure to use gloves when handling hot peppers. Becareful when grinding not to get any of the pepper dust into your nose and eyes. As they dry in the oven you'll find yourself sneezing from them. Make your own chile powder with those extra garden peppers. The amount depends on how many you dry.
Make your own chili powder or flakes with those extra garden peppers be it jalapenos, thai, habanero or pepper of your choice. Be sure to use gloves when handling hot peppers. Be careful when grinding not to get any of the pepper dust into your nose and eyes. As they dry in the oven you'll find yourself sneezing from them. I've dried them whole you have to turn them it takes a little longer. Then you have spots that are not dry. It seems the skin keeps the moisture in. The amount depends on how many you dry.
This is a new discovery for me but I was quickly converted when this paste helped me make a wonderfully rich tomato sauce, full of deep flavours. Berbere spice paste has many variations. This is a mild form but you can certainly exchange some of the paprika for more cayenne pepper to make it hot and spicy. When you come to use it, in a tomato sauce for example, roast it for at least 5 minutes in your frying pan or sauce pot, adding water a few drops at a time to keep it from burning. The roasting helps the flavours develop.