The Chili CookbookThe Chili Cookbook



Despite the evergreen popularity of chili, there are surprisingly few books on the subject. Enter The Chili Cookbook, written by veteran author and Tex-Mex sage Robb Walsh.

Author: Robb Walsh

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781607747956

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Page: 200

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A cookbook devoted to the family friendly, tailgate party classic--featuring more than 60 tried-and-true recipes--from veteran cookbook author and Americana expert Robb Walsh. Chili is one of the most "all-American" foods around. It is universally loved and perfect for nearly every occasion--a church potluck, sports- or TV-viewing party, casual dinner with the family, or late-night dorm room snack. Despite the evergreen popularity of chili, there are surprisingly few books on the subject. Enter The Chili Cookbook, written by veteran author and Tex-Mex sage Robb Walsh. With its impeccable recipes, fascinating and unexpected historical anecdotes, affordable price, and whimsical package, The Chili Cookbook is sure to become an instant classic.

Chilli CookbookChilli Cookbook



All of these are excellent reasons to cook more often with chillies, and using this book will help you to do that.

Author: Valerie Ferguson

Publisher:

ISBN: 0754830780

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Page: 96

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This text presents a collection of recipes using a colourful variety of chillies. There are soups, main meals such as chilli pork ribs, as well as piquant vegetable dishes including chilli-stuffed peppers or fragrant spiced vegetables.

Chilli NotesChilli Notes



'An exhilarating compendium of ways to use chilli in your cooking.' Guardian 'There's so much more to chillies than fiery heat and this book proves it with its collection of imaginative recipes.

Author: Thomasina Miers

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444776898

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Page: 224

View: 868

'An exhilarating compendium of ways to use chilli in your cooking.' Guardian 'There's so much more to chillies than fiery heat and this book proves it with its collection of imaginative recipes.' Good Food "Most people think about chillies in terms of heat and their capacity to blow one's head off. I think about how they can delicately pep up a pile of silky aubergines, perhaps already spiced with cardamom, cinnamon and faint dusting of cumin; how dark, tobacco-flavoured chillies can add deep mysterious tones to molten chocolate, how smoky chillies can add body to slow cooked, unctuous stews and how smoked, sweet peppers can add a note of earthiness to eggs, grilled flatbreads and sautéed greens." Thomasina Miers Chillies can add excitement to the simplest, most frugal ingredients. Chilli Notes is full of recipes that excite and tantalise, comfort and warm. Forget food that is simply there to knock you for six, this book aims to seduce the reader with the power of this humble fruit, even those who profess to loathe the slow burn. Chilli Notes is packed with dishes that you can pull together on a weekday night with ingredients you have lying around. Without long lists of exotic ingredients to stand in your way, Chilli Notes will show you how the chilli can be your exotic bedfellow to add a wonderful, unusual note to your home-cooked family food.

ChilliesChillies



A celebration of the versatile chilli, with 30 fiery recipes for soups, salsas, snacks, main meals and salads, as well as a handy guide to the different types of chilli.

Author: Helen Sudell

Publisher: Lorenz Books

ISBN: 0754828387

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Page: 64

View: 595

A celebration of the versatile chilli, with 30 fiery recipes for soups, salsas, snacks, main meals and salads, as well as a handy guide to the different types of chilli.

500 Chilli Recipes500 Chilli Recipes



Make the most of every kind of chilli - red and green, fresh and dried - including jalapeños, cayennes, Anaheim chillies and poblanos.With 500 photographs and tried-and-tested instructions, plus cook's tips supplying information throughout ...

Author: Jenni Fleetwood

Publisher: Hermes House

ISBN: 1781460205

Category:

Page: 256

View: 912

Bring a flash of fire to your cooking with these inspiring chilli recipes specially gathered together from all over the world to tempt your taste buds.

The Red Hot Chilli CookbookThe Red Hot Chilli Cookbook



In this fabulous book, chilli guru Dan shares more than 70 recipes celebrating chillies in all their varieties and strengths. Acquaint yourself with the history of chillies, how to grow them at home and how to identify the key varieties.

Author: Dan May

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

ISBN: 9781849753258

Category:

Page: 160

View: 549

Trees Can't Dance began over 4 years ago at the world's most northerly chilli farm. Against all conventional horticultural wisdom Dan May began growing chillies in the wilds of Northumberland. It wasn't long before Dan had to find something to do with all the produce. Disappointed with the quality of the chilli sauce brands available in the UK, he hit on the idea of filling a gap in the market by producing his own sauces using home-grown ingredients. In this fabulous book, chilli guru Dan shares more than 70 recipes celebrating chillies in all their varieties and strengths. Acquaint yourself with the history of chillies, how to grow them at home and how to identify the key varieties. There are ideas here for every kind of dish: soups and salads; nibbles and sharing plates; mains; side dishes; sauces, salsas and marinades; sweet things and drinks. Mouthwatering recipes include Thai Beef Noodle Soup; Moroccan Spiced Lamb Burgers; Texas Marinated Steak with Stuffed Mushrooms; Sweet Chilli-glazed Ham; Quick Chilli Lime Mayonnaise; three fiery pasta sauces; Chilli Pecan Brownies; and Chilli Hot Chocolate. Dan May once worked as a landscape photographer and he started grow chillies in 2005. Before he knew it, he had the world's most northerly chilli farm. Trees Can't Dance now supplies a range of chilli sauces throughout the UK, Europe, the Middle East and beyond.

Benjamin Franklin Book of RecipesBenjamin Franklin Book of Recipes



[ CHILLI ] The chilli pepper originates in the jungles of the Amazon River and its
seeds were spread by the Amazon and Aztec Indians throughout the continent
into Mexico during the pre - hispanic period . There are Aztec recipes 2,000 years
 ...

Author: Hilaire Dubourcq

Publisher: Fly Fizzi Publishing

ISBN: 1900721201

Category:

Page: 192

View: 624

This is a collection of recipes from the time of Benjamin Franklin, complemented by anecdotes about his extraordinary life in Boston and Philadelphia, London and Paris. Each chapter is set at a location where Franklin lived or was a visitor, and the menus reflect the food eaten at that time. The recipes are from several sources, including some by the great statesman himself. Among the period recipes and anecdotes, the reader will encounter some more modern recipes, and excursions into the origins of food and drink, all served with a liberal scattering of Franklin's quotations.

An Indian Housewife s Recipe BookAn Indian Housewife s Recipe Book



Over 100 traditional recipes Laxmi Khurana. LEMON AND GREEN CHILLI
PICKLE Serves 4. Preparation and cooking time: 4 days This is a pickle in which
lemon and fresh green chillies are allowed to marinate in their own juices for
about ...

Author: Laxmi Khurana

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780716022558

Category:

Page: 224

View: 177

Previously published under the title of An Indian Housewife's Recipe Book, this new edition celebrates 25 years of being in print. Laxmi Khurana is an Indian housewife living in the UK. Her recipes have been handed down to her through the generations, and admired by her family and friends. Here, in her classic curry cookbook, she makes them available to everyone, so you can re-create authentic Indian meals for all the family - from starters to raitas, chutneys and pickles to sweets, as well as the ever popular curries - all with minimum fuss and maximum satisfaction that this is the real thing. • Recipes for traditional 'family' dishes, not normally served in Indian restaurants • Uses ingredients and spices that are widely available • Simple, economical dishes that anyone can make Some reader reviews: 'The recipes are very simple and clear to follow. They produce the best curries I have ever made. The ingredients can all be found easily in any supermarket.' 'It doesn't require you to pre-prepare 6 basic sauces first. Just pick up the book and cook.' 'Good, honest and easy everyday cooking for those of us addicted to Indian food.'

The Hot Book of Chilies 3rd EditionThe Hot Book of Chilies 3rd Edition



Containing dozens of recipes and a gallery of 97 varieties of peppers, from mild jalapenos and pasillas to hazardous habaneros and pequins, with useful information on their degree of hotness, health benefits, biology, and history, this is ...

Author: David Floyd

Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing

ISBN: 9781620083772

Category:

Page: 194

View: 204

For both timid triers and fiery fanatics, David Floyd’s newly updated The Hot Book of Chilies provides you with everything you need and want to know about this eye-watering ingredient. Containing dozens of recipes and a gallery of 97 varieties of peppers, from mild jalapenos and pasillas to hazardous habaneros and pequins, with useful information on their degree of hotness, health benefits, biology, and history, this is the ultimate resource on all things chili peppers. Learn the best ways to grow them, how to relieve chili burn, and make your own salsas, curry powders, hot sauces, jams, and chutneys to incorporate your favorite chili peppers of any spice range into your everyday meals!

LIFE IS A BOOK WE DROP PAGE AS WE GO COOKING RECIPELIFE IS A BOOK WE DROP PAGE AS WE GO COOKING RECIPE



In Indian cooking, bay leaf is used as a flavouring in meat and rice dishes and it
is an important component in the Moghul ... Chilli (mirchi) – there are hundreds of
varieties of chillies in the world, but Indian cooks tend to favour the long, slender,
 ...

Author: Wilfred Mtshali

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781365202117

Category:

Page:

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RHS Red Hot Chilli GrowerRHS Red Hot Chilli Grower



Grantham: Timber Press, 2009. Nickels, Jason, Growing Chillies. Jason Nickels,
2012. Pollock, Michael (Ed), RHS Vegetable & Fruit Gardening. London: Dorling
Kindersley, 2012. RECIPE BOOKS Sudell, Helen, Chillies: A Book of Recipes.

Author: Kay Maguire

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781784725013

Category:

Page: 144

View: 488

From 'Hungarian Hot Wax' to 'Red Savina', and 'Scotch Bonnet' to 'Elephant's Trunk', chillies come in dozens of shapes, colours and degrees of spiciness - from sweet and succulent to blow-your-head-off hot. RHS Red Hot Chilli Grower provides everything you need to grow your own chillies from scratch, with step-by-step instructions for sowing seeds, caring for the plants, harvesting the fruit and troubleshooting common problems. Chilli-lovers will also find plenty of background information, such as a short history of the chilli and a guide to Scoville heat units (the official measurement of spicy heat), as well as tasty tips for enjoying the fruits of your work. Packed with charts, checklists, photographs and illustrations, this is the perfect guide to the world of grow-your-own chillies.

The Red Hot Chilli Sauce BookThe Red Hot Chilli Sauce Book



Arranged by geographical region, from Africa and the Mediterrean to South America and the Caribbean, this book is bursting with exciting flavours.

Author: Dan May

Publisher:

ISBN: 1849754365

Category:

Page: 159

View: 207

Following on from Dan May's first book The Red Hot Chilli Cookbook, this new collection of 100 recipes for fiery sauces, marinades and rubs showcases the best and most flavoursome chillies the world has to offer. Arranged by geographical region from Africa and the Mediterrean to South America and the Caribbean, this book is bursting with exciting flavours. Spanning mild to super spicy, here you'll find all kinds of traditional offerings from around the globe. Every recipe is easy, versatile and comes with a serving suggestion, for example the La Kama spice blend from Morocco goes well with chicken or pulses. As well as plenty of short, simple recipes for sauces and marinades, there are bigger recipes for truly impressive and authentic dishes, such as Moroccan tagines, Indian curries and Mexican classics. Also included is Dan's easy-to-follow advice on growing your own chillies, herbs and small produce to use in the recipes given here, no matter how small your growing space.

The Red Hot Chile CookbookThe Red Hot Chile Cookbook



In this fabulous book, chilli guru Dan shares more than 70 recipes celebrating chillies in all their varieties and strengths. Acquaint yourself with the history of chillies, how to grow them at home and how to identify the key varieties.

Author: Dan May

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

ISBN: 9781849754095

Category:

Page: 160

View: 630

Trees Can't Dance began over 4 years ago at the world's most northerly chilli farm. Against all conventional horticultural wisdom Dan May began growing chillies in the wilds of Northumberland. It wasn't long before Dan had to find something to do with all the produce. Disappointed with the quality of the chilli sauce brands available in the UK, he hit on the idea of filling a gap in the market by producing his own sauces using home-grown ingredients. In this fabulous book, chilli guru Dan shares more than 70 recipes celebrating chillies in all their varieties and strengths. Acquaint yourself with the history of chillies, how to grow them at home and how to identify the key varieties. There are ideas here for every kind of dish: soups and salads; nibbles and sharing plates; mains; side dishes; sauces, salsas and marinades; sweet things and drinks. Mouthwatering recipes include Thai Beef Noodle Soup; Moroccan Spiced Lamb Burgers; Texas Marinated Steak with Stuffed Mushrooms; Sweet Chilli-glazed Ham; Quick Chilli Lime Mayonnaise; three fiery pasta sauces; Chilli Pecan Brownies; and Chilli Hot Chocolate. Dan May once worked as a landscape photographer and he started grow chillies in 2005. Before he knew it, he had the world's most northerly chilli farm. Trees Can't Dance now supplies a range of chilli sauces throughout the UK, Europe, the Middle East and beyond.

Cooking with ChilliesCooking with Chillies



Whether you prefer your chillies hot or mild, this fabulous book is sure to provide the perfect recipe.

Author: Jenni Fleetwood

Publisher: Southwater Pub

ISBN: 1844766543

Category:

Page: 128

View: 925

Whether mild and subtle, full of flavour or mouth-searingly hot, chillies are loved throughout the world and feature in traditional dishes from many different cuisines. Whether you prefer your chillies hot or mild, this fabulous book is sure to provide the perfect recipe.

The Chile Pepper EncyclopediaThe Chile Pepper Encyclopedia



The Chile Pepper Encyclopedia has the answer to just about any question one could ask about chile peppers.

Author: Dave Dewitt

Publisher: William Morrow Cookbooks

ISBN: 0688156118

Category:

Page: 352

View: 635

The Chile Pepper Encyclopedia has the answer to just about any question one could ask about chile peppers. Which chiles are the hottest? What country did the first chile plants come from? What popular brand of dandruff shampoo is made with chile peppers? Can chiles really be used to cure headaches? Even the most devoted "chile-heads" will be satisfied. The encyclopedia is researched and written by Dave Dewitt, the country's foremost expert on hot and spicy foods and longtime editor-in-chief of Chile Pepper magazine. In addition to entries on chile species, culture, terminology, and agriculture, the encyclopedia includes more than one hundred fiery recipes like Madras Fried Chile Fritters from India and Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings are sure to please any hot-and-spicy food lover. Black and white drawings and photographs, charts, and graphs appear throughout, and an eight page insert includes color photographs of dozens of varieties of chiles, invaluable for identification. The Chile Pepper Encyclopedia is an indispensable sourcebook for chile aficionados, gardeners, cooks, and anyone else who has a burning interest in fiery foods.

The Red Hot Chile Sauce BookThe Red Hot Chile Sauce Book



Following on from Dan May’s first book The Red Hot Chile Cookbook, this new collection of 100 recipes for fiery sauces, marinades and rubs showcases the best and most flavorful chiles the world has to offer.

Author: Dan May

Publisher:

ISBN: 1849754551

Category:

Page: 159

View: 246

Following on Dan May's first book The Red Hot Chile Cookbook, this new collection of 100 recipes for fiery sauces, marinades and rubs showcases the best and most flavorfuk chiles the world has to offer. Arranged by geographical region from Africa and the Mediterranean to South America and the Caribbean, this book is bursting with exciting flavors. Spanning mild to super spicy, here you'll find all kinds of traditoinal offerings from around the globe. Every recipe is easy, versatile and comes with a serving suggestion, for example the La Kama spice blend from Morocco goes well with chicken or pulses; the eye-wateringly hot Ethiopian Berbere Paste adds depth and pizzazz to casseroles as well as making an unusual and memorable dip; and anchiote paste from Mexico's Yucatán pairs perfectly with pulled prok, turkey or rice. As well as plenty of short, simple recipes for sauces and marinades, there are bigger recipes for truly impressive and authentic dishes, such as Moroccan tagines, Indian curries and Mexican classics.

The Essential Delhi CookbookThe Essential Delhi Cookbook



In this book, the author seeks to dispel such a notion by presenting a rich and diverse selection of recipes drawn from the different communities who have made Delhi their home, including Baniya, the Khatri and the Kayasth.

Author: Priti Narain

Publisher: Penguin Books India

ISBN: 0140293264

Category:

Page: 292

View: 104

In the popular imagination, Delhi cuisine is most often associated with the Punjabi or Mughlai. In this book, the author seeks to dispel such a notion by presenting a rich and diverse selection of recipes drawn from the different communities who have made Delhi their home, including Baniya, the Khatri and the Kayasth. Spicy kababs and fragrant biryani, hot paranthas and korma, tangy chaat and sumptuous kulfi - the array of food is as delectable as it is eclectic in its origins and history. Drawn from different sources including old cookery books, these are authentic recipes written in a manner that facilitates easy use, and cover the entire range from starters and beverages to snacks and desserts.