A sweet and spicy and very colorful island-ish tasting treat. It'll make your taste buds dance. I created this recipe when I was running really low on groceries and had to throw something together for dinner. It has evolved a bit since, but same basic concept
Nothing says lovin like some spicy Louisiana cooking. I absolutely LOVE making this when I have the time. I'm toning down the amount of creole seasoning that I use, because I tend to be a little heavy handed with it. The amount is an approximate - season to your taste.
A little to hearty to be called a soup, this recipe is a great way to use left over pulled pork. Such a crowd pleaser, I can't keep it in my house! Great eaten with crackers or your favorite tortilla chips.
Another one of my favorite comfort foods, in the form of a soup that warms both the body and soul. It's easy to make, budget friendly, as well as kid friendly. Add in some jalapenos and some ground cayenne pepper to make into a feisty Stuffed Hot Pepper Soup. Enjoy!
This recipe features 12 different kinds of peppers, including 9 varieties of hot peppers. It's mad, wicked good, but not for the faint of heart. It's extra hot and spicy, just the way I like it! It can be served over macaroni or pasta, or simply eaten by itself
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