so easy to do and very spicy. Thanks currybunny :) Made for All you can cook buffet
easy and perfect. i used some dried chili peppers i had, with a lil toasted sesame oil in the food processor. then used canola for the heated oil. also put a garlic clove and a piece of star anise in for a lil extra something. i'll never have to beg the local chinese takeout place again.
Thank you for this wonderful technique. I have often made my own chili oil waiting weeks before the cold oil absorbed the chili flavor this cuts the whole process a day or so. Quite fun wathcing the chilis sizzle.
Soooo easy!!! Soooo spicy!!! :)) I will never buy another bottle of 'hot and spicy' oil!! Thank you!!
I split the batch into two smaller jars...one for us and one for my DSIL! They called yesterday to say WOW it was very good and very hot....just the way they like it. I haven't had a chance to use mine yet, but I will soon!! Thank you for a GREAT recipe I can make and use as gifts for my "Chili Head Friends"!!
Funny how often Zaar can make me a star! DH often eats lunch at an oriental restaurant & raves about this chili oil they served. We had an Asian inspired meal last night & I whipped out this oil before he could even whine! I added LOTS of crushed peppers & a couple of whole, dried ones. Considering his ears smoked when he ate it, I think I got it about right. Thanks so much for posting this!
Very good! I'm so happy to have the Panda Restaurant's secret now for making our dishes "extra spicy!" This is it! So easy to make....And now I can add a little to any food I make! Thanks for sharing this -- I'm so glad that I chose to make this for ZWTII! :)
Wonderful! So versatile. I love that I can make this at home!
I love this oil. I always order it with Chicken and Broccoli at my favorite Chinese Take Out. Sometimes they forget, and now I have my own! Thanks for posting this recipe. Nick's Mom
i use this in chinese resteruants in glad to make it home .dee