A rich, smokey, red pepper and tomato cream soup.
A very spicy peach BBQ sauce. Excellent when grilling chicken or pork.
A very spicy breakfast hash brown. Really wakes you up!
A spicy peanut noodle soup inspired by the one at Spicy Noodle House in Osborne Village in Winnipeg. Did a “taste it then make it” date with my wife, and made the soup a week later. The level of heat can be adjusted by using more Sriracha sauce.
Pepper jelly isn’t a very common thing in Canada, and I had never even heard of one until in my early 30’s. I was instantly addicted. Now that I am enjoying cooking more I thought I should make one. It turned out, a wonderful orange color with an amazing sweet heat. It is excellent on crackers with a baked brie, or as a glaze for a pork tenderloin.
A rich and spicy curry dish which is often paired with rice. Lentils are a staple in India, and a relatively high source of vegetarian protein. The level of heat can be adjusted by using different peppers instead of Thai peppers. This dish borders being a stew, the balance can also be tipped more towards soup by adding more broth or less lentils.