Blog Posts - Cayenne Pepper



Avocado Margarita with Gran Gala Liquor

I have a thing for strong fruit-centric drinks (but not sweet drinks) and there’s a difference. The blueberry old fashioned packs its own punch as does the strawberry martini.  Now you might not realize that the avocado is a fruit. According t...
by Spinach Tiger on Feb 26, 2016

Saffron and Lemon baked Lamb Chops

Saffron and Lemon Baked Lamb Chops Stews and gravies are just out of the equation for my children.. They agree to have some, if the carb portion consists of rice. So I am always on the verge of trying out new recipes that allow me to deviate fro...
by Diary of a Homemaker on Nov 6, 2015

Chickpea And Coconut Korma Curry With Pumpkin

This gentle curry is pure comfort! An amazing mix of spices simmered slowly come together to create a revelation of flavours in your mouth. I love a good korma base. Derived from the Turkish kavurma which quite literally means cooked meat, this meat...
by Cook Republic on Jul 27, 2015

Bacon Wrapped Pretzel Rods with Brown Sugar and Cayenne Glaze

I first published this post almost 5 years ago, back when I was still just putting some recipes online and maybe taking a quick snap with a small point and shoot camera. Terrible photos (For which I apologize almost constantly in comments). Of an abs...
by Creative Culinary on Jan 21, 2015

Bacon Wrapped Pretzels with Brown Sugar and Cayenne Glaze

I first published this post almost 5 years ago, back when I was still just putting some recipes online and maybe taking a quick snap with a small point and shoot camera. Terrible photos (For which I apologize almost constantly in comments). Of an abs...
by Creative Culinary on Jan 21, 2015

Potato Leek Soup

This weekend the NFL playoffs are in high gear.  I am torn between two teams, my hometown team (Go Pack Go!) and my current home team (Sea-HAWKS!) .  For this weekend at least, I can cheer both of them on as they work toward the division championsh...
by Beloved Green on Jan 10, 2015

Benefits of Cayenne Pepper on Your Health

For centuries, cayenne pepper has been chopped, dried and even powdered for multiple uses. While some natural health practitioners use it to make medicines, it is most commonly available as a spice in grocery stores. Whether you prefer the actual pep...
by Panlasang Pinoy on Sep 30, 2014

Tomato Parmesan Bisque

So I keep using the word “bisque” for this soup… turns out? It doesn’t mean what I think it means. Bisque Definition:  A bisque is a rich, creamy soup made with shellfish — specifically, bisque is traditionally made with th...
by The Natural Ginger on Sep 25, 2014

Other uses for baby powder

Yardley English Lavender Talcum Powder 250g can sold in the Middle East (Photo credit: Wikipedia)We usually use baby powder or talcum powder just as a way to moisturize the skin and protect the baby from infections or dissection, but the new and exci...
by Best Daily Entries on Sep 5, 2014

Tomato Chilli Relish

Is this a chutney or a relish?   Chutney’s and relishes are often used interchangeably as condiment terms.  I think of relishes as needing less cooking time and using little or no sugar, so I’ve called this recipe Tomato Chilli Relish.
by Nutritious Deliciousness on Jul 26, 2014

From the Seed to the Pepper

I wrote about planting Cayenne Pepper seeds earlier this year, a handful germinated successfully and they are now nearly ready for picking! At the moment there are around 12 peppers of varying sizes on the plants, with more flowers still appearing s...
by Nutritious Deliciousness on Jul 6, 2014

Pecan Crusted Chicken

Recipe: Pecan Crusted Chicken Summary: Marinated in buttermilk and dipped in a spicy pecan crust, this fried chicken is super moist on the inside and deliciously crunchy on the outside.Text from what2cook.net Text from what2cook.net Ingredients 6 bon...
by What2Cook on Mar 15, 2014

Only One of Us Can

  Only one of us can get sick at a time.     I think back on times even as a youngster.  My brother and I might have been sick at the same time but our mother was not.  Someone had to... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my w...
by Necessity of Change on Mar 9, 2014

Classic Eggs Benedict

Recipe: Classic Eggs Benedict Summary: The eggs benedict turned out wonderful and delicious!Text from what2cook.net Text from what2cook.net Ingredients 8 Eggs 2 cups White vinegar Water 2 teaspoons Salt 8 English muffin halves 8 slices Canadian bacon...
by What2Cook on Mar 9, 2014

Spicy Creole Shrimp Dip

Recipe: Spicy Creole Shrimp Dip Summary: To be honest, everyone freaked out about how great it was. This one is going in the top recipes for 2014 for sure.Text from what2cook.net Text from what2cook.net Ingredients 1 lb. large shrimp, peeled, deveine...
by What2Cook on Mar 3, 2014

Warming Paprika Chicken

This is a very easy mid week meal to put together, the Paprika and the Cayenne Pepper (which you can ramp up or down depending on your love of heat!) give the dish that lovely warming feeling, perfect for the damp, chilly weather.  Serve with pl...
by Nutritious Deliciousness on Mar 2, 2014

Gumbo-laya Spicy Sausage Chicken and Shrimp

Recipe: Gumbo-laya Spicy Sausage Chicken and Shrimp Summary: Ooh, I love bold, spicy food; how about you? I thoroughly enjoy eating it any time. a rich, tangy, tomatoey base and lots of zesty flavors are the types that I enjoy going a bit heavy with...
by What2Cook on Feb 23, 2014

Enchilada Pasta Casserole

Recipe: Enchilada Pasta Casserole Summary: All of the goodness of enchiladas meets comforting pasta in this simple and delicious recipe for a Enchilada Pasta Casserole seasoned to perfection!Text from what2cook.net Text from what2cook.net Ingredients...
by What2Cook on Feb 20, 2014

Recipe: Virgin Mary with Maille Tomato Vinegar

A rich tomato vinegar is the hero ingredient in this twist on a Virgin Mary. The post Recipe: Virgin Mary with Maille Tomato Vinegar appeared first on Fuss Free Flavours.
by Fuss Free Flavours on Feb 4, 2014

Bacon Crack

Recipe: Bacon Crack Summary: Are you ready for an addiction like no other? Can you say no when all you want to do is say yes? If not..you may want to turn away! One bite of this ‘Crack’ and before you know it, you’re literally staying up late t...
by What2Cook on Feb 1, 2014


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