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Recipes: Some Like It Hot

Anya Hoffman

Anya Hoffman

March 16, 2015


Chiles add depth and complexity to dishes, providing a smoky flavor or a welcome bite of heat. When cooking with a fresh chile, taste it first; if it's too spicy for your liking, remove the inner membrane and seeds before adding it to the dish. Dried chiles usually need to be soaked in hot water to soften before using.

Crispy Chicken over Arroz con Cerveza, Peas, and Peppers  

Fried Brussels Sprouts with Thyme, Lemon, and Chile Flakes  

Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Smoked Four-Onion Relish and Sweet Potato Cake  

Churros with Mexican Chocolate Sauce

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