This has a a nice layer of flavors. Steeping times posted are the minimum, especially with the orange peel. Use the orange peel later for candying, in a salad, or leave it in the bottle for interest.Ginger, Allspice, Nutmeg, and or Cinnamon are fine spices to use.
This is a recipe I saw and adapted . The tea bags eliminate the need to filter. You can add orange peel or peaches and let this infuse further. Do not let green tea bags sit longer then 24 hours or it will get too bitter.
I've been making this for a couple of years now. It has a nice combination of hot and garlicky. The original recipe called for chiltepins. They are not as readily available up here. I've used under ripe yellow tabasco peppers to great effect. other small, hot chiles work fine. This will last for up to 2 years in the refrigerator.
This is something absolutely wonderful. It's kind of a fruit relish that combines a exciting variety of taste sensations; sweet, hot, fruity, and tangy. Serve this fantastic blatjang with kebabs or curries. I like canning this and always have a jar handy, thus the large measurements.
This is a yummy recipe I got from a cookbook I got with my Marlboro points years ago. Who'd have imagined smoking could lead to something this good? I like using my cast iron skillet for this, although I get the occasional sticky spot. You can substitute butter or something healthier for the drippings, but I feel that if you love your food you should be willing to die for it.
This was something my mom would do with the leftover breading ingredients. As I mentioned in my bio, I was quite a finicky eater as a child. I preferred this to mom's fried chicken that she would make with the breading. Sometimes she would make extra. Quantities are approximate, since this was something to do with what was left.
No, this isn't some french bread pizza. Nor is this a bread machine recipe. This is 2 nice loaves of bread stuffed with all that stuff you love on your 'za. Easy to make and a pleaser for small gatherings or for yourself.
This is pretty tasty with batter fried fish or chicken. Take it down to the union hall and sprinkle it on your fish fry. Yum! Recycle an old glass bottle with a plastic sprinkle cap on it to use. Sprinkle it, don't pour it on. Stores in fridge about a month or so.
This is something I found in a book a few years ago, tried and loved. It gets a nice pepper taste over time. It is great for Bloody Marys or male bonding. I understand you can vary the alcohol and the pepper to whatever fits, like rum and habaneros, brandy and bird peppers. I always have a bottle in the freezer.
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