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Old 02-12-2013, 05:08 PM   #31
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Yum-tastic spicy bread recipe

For you gals who love spicy -

This recipe is one of my go-to party/pot luck recipes. Absolutely no idea the cals but someone could get creative and figure it out.

1 loaf french bread
1 c mayonnaise
3 c shredded cheese
1/4 c diced jalapenos
Mix ingredients together and spread on a loaf of french bread sliced open long-wise. Bake topping side up (ie - don't put the loaf back together) for about 30 minutes at 350. You want all the cheese melted and the topping bubbly. The topping may spill down the side so bake on a cookie sheet or on some foil.

Variations:
Add jalapeno juice from the jar to the mix to make it spicier
Use pepper jack cheese to make it spicier
Use more jalapenos to make it spicier

Seriously tasty, and there are never leftovers. This stuff goes fast!
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Yep, once in awhile I need something very spicy with lots of flavor. Hmmm, Yennie, I think I am going to dream about mango habanero tonight. That combo sounds deeeevine.
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In my world, almost everything requires some hot pepper and I use the flakes most of the time.

Hot chocolate is just boring w/o some heat....from peppers.
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I am so making that French bread Jen. BTW, using the French loaf from Walmart, there are 3488,calories in that recipe. If you cut it into 8 servings, that makes 436 calories a serving. I think this would be good with some type of seafood on it too.
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I am so making that French bread Jen. BTW, using the French loaf from Walmart, there are 3488,calories in that recipe. If you cut it into 8 servings, that makes 436 calories a serving. I think this would be good with some type of seafood on it too.
I wonder if you could make it with lower fat mayo and cheese? I don't know, its SO good! The mayo melts into the bread and it gets that buttery crust thing going - this is total cryptonite to me.

Speaking of cryptonite, since both hubby and I are working on V-Day (I work day, he works swings so we see eachother in the morning and that's it) we're celebrating tomorrow. Which is, thankfully, an UD. Although this is not spicy, we are having red velvet pancakes with cream cheese frosting for breakfast, and Papa Murphy's heart shaped pizza for lunch (its a tradition dating back to our broke-as-heck college days). We're probably going to get the S'Mores pizza too so its gonna be a HUGE challenge to prevent tomorrow from becoming an UUAD. I think I'm up for it though!
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Yep, once in awhile I need something very spicy with lots of flavor. Hmmm, Yennie, I think I am going to dream about mango habanero tonight. That combo sounds deeeevine.
If you like buffalo wings, BWW makes a wonderful mango habanero buffalo wing. They're fantastic! I bought their mango habanero sauce and sometimes use it on chicken at home too.
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I keep thinking about this "spicy craving"; while I do put sriracha on just about everything, what keeps coming to mind is some sort of coconut-ginger-garlic-lemongrass-chicken broth.

A lot of the foods I put hot stuff on are kind of heavy (fatty or carby--refried beans, chicken wings, fried potatoes), but something refreshing and hydrating sounds really good...I mean, REALLY good. Go-to-the-grocery-store-right-now-and-get-some-Thai-green-curry good.
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PJ, go for it! Sounds great for me. I don't think I've ever had curry, i think I would like it though since I love my indian restaurant( i don't order the curry, but what I order has saffron, and fruits and then spice and savory too, it is goo-ood)
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I love the sound of that recipe Yennie. When I lived in Bombay 'chilli cheese toast was my favourite snack. Just fresh chillies in grated cheese on toast. But I am going to try your idea. SOOON.
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If you like buffalo wings, BWW makes a wonderful mango habanero buffalo wing. They're fantastic! I bought their mango habanero sauce and sometimes use it on chicken at home too.
That's where I used to go. Sadly, there is not one close to me now that we've moved. Although there is one, supposedly, down south so if I ever head back that way I'll stop in and see about getting some MH sauce to take home. It is SO GOOD!
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Made jalapeño poppers last night(I have to wear gloves or my hands will get burned, don't know if I am allergic or what-doesn't keep me from eating them though)
Anyway, kept the seeds and membranes in a bowl. Should I save them for later use? Freeze them or dry them? Or just throw them away?
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Throw them away. Even we Mexicans throw them away!
Unless you want the plant the seeds.

I wear gloves, too, or I hold the pepper with a fork while I cut it.
My grandma used to make a hot pepper relish once or twice a year, and she'd wear dishwashing gloves while she prepped the chiles!
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okay, throwing them away! I once cut up serrano peppers with no gloves, and my hand got burned very badly. I
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being 100% scandinavian, I typically hate spicy food. The only time i've ever craved it when i've had extreme periods of iron deficiency. i now take iron daily and i steer clear of anything other than pepper.
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Come to think of it, the year I spent in Denmark, I can't recall one spicy dish. Huh.
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Come to think of it, the year I spent in Denmark, I can't recall one spicy dish. Huh.
Yup. Scandinavians, of which there are many in MN, aren't the biggest fans of spicy. A very dear, dear friends of mine would not use pepper. As in, the stuff from the shaker on the table at restaurants. Salsa at the Mexican restaurants was more like tomato paste with a few chunks of onion and tomatoes in there.
Bleh I used to have to go to Chipotle and have them load up the spiciest salsa they have in order to get my spice kick.

My grandma grew up in the West Indies and I lived in Mexico for a while, so I've grown up with flavor & heat.
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Yup. Scandinavians, of which there are many in MN, aren't the biggest fans of spicy. A very dear, dear friends of mine would not use pepper. As in, the stuff from the shaker on the table at restaurants. Salsa at the Mexican restaurants was more like tomato paste with a few chunks of onion and tomatoes in there.
Very true! potlucks around these parts produce tasteless fare, even for my dull tastebuds.
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For you gals who love spicy -

This recipe is one of my go-to party/pot luck recipes. Absolutely no idea the cals but someone could get creative and figure it out.

1 loaf french bread
1 c mayonnaise
3 c shredded cheese
1/4 c diced jalapenos
Mix ingredients together and spread on a loaf of french bread sliced open long-wise. Bake topping side up (ie - don't put the loaf back together) for about 30 minutes at 350. You want all the cheese melted and the topping bubbly. The topping may spill down the side so bake on a cookie sheet or on some foil.

Variations:
Add jalapeno juice from the jar to the mix to make it spicier
Use pepper jack cheese to make it spicier
Use more jalapenos to make it spicier

Seriously tasty, and there are never leftovers. This stuff goes fast!
That sounds yummy!!!!

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For you gals who love spicy -

This recipe is one of my go-to party/pot luck recipes. Absolutely no idea the cals but someone could get creative and figure it out.

1 loaf french bread
1 c mayonnaise
3 c shredded cheese
1/4 c diced jalapenos
Mix ingredients together and spread on a loaf of french bread sliced open long-wise. Bake topping side up (ie - don't put the loaf back together) for about 30 minutes at 350. You want all the cheese melted and the topping bubbly. The topping may spill down the side so bake on a cookie sheet or on some foil.

Variations:
Add jalapeno juice from the jar to the mix to make it spicier
Use pepper jack cheese to make it spicier
Use more jalapenos to make it spicier

Seriously tasty, and there are never leftovers. This stuff goes fast!
I calculated the calories, minus the peppers, and it comes to 2854. I guess if it's divided by 8, it would be a nice treat. Still comes in at 356 at 8 servings... Reduced calorie mayo and cheese would lower it, but maybe not as delicious.
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Yah, the jalapeno bread isn't a daily staple. Its usually something that we break out for a holiday party or a potluck. For a gathering/meal where you might just say, "Today I am not counting calories!" But its really quite yummy regardless
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I calculated the calories, minus the peppers, and it comes to 2854. I guess if it's divided by 8, it would be a nice treat. Still comes in at 356 at 8 servings... Reduced calorie mayo and cheese would lower it, but maybe not as delicious.
I wonder how we came out so different?? I came out to 3488 calories! Either way, I am still making this! Sounds so yummy.
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I want some! I don't know how we came up with such different calorie counts, but if you googled it, like I did, seems like every site has a different calorie count for the same food. Anyway, it's up there!

The best ground pepper, I think, is Watkins. My dad sold it all my life, so we always had it, but you can order it online now. It has a pretty good kick and makes the stuff you typically buy at the grocery store taste like sawdust flakes. As a matter of fact, I think they sell it at Walmart now. Gold box.
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You're my kinda gal! Love all this stuff!
Oh, that reminds me, I have a recipe for deviled eggs using the chipotles in adobo sauce. Really, really yummy as well. I'll try to find it and will post it. Its probably lower cals than the bread.
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For you gals who love spicy -

This recipe is one of my go-to party/pot luck recipes. Absolutely no idea the cals but someone could get creative and figure it out.

1 loaf french bread
1 c mayonnaise
3 c shredded cheese
1/4 c diced jalapenos
Mix ingredients together and spread on a loaf of french bread sliced open long-wise. Bake topping side up (ie - don't put the loaf back together) for about 30 minutes at 350. You want all the cheese melted and the topping bubbly. The topping may spill down the side so bake on a cookie sheet or on some foil.

Variations:
Add jalapeno juice from the jar to the mix to make it spicier
Use pepper jack cheese to make it spicier
Use more jalapenos to make it spicier

Seriously tasty, and there are never leftovers. This stuff goes fast!
I am making this right now for a family get together today, I cut the mayo to 3/4 cup, and the cheese to 2 cups, and doubled the jalapeños, should be right at 234 calories per slice. Will let you know how it turns out!
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I have a recipe for deviled eggs using the chipotles in adobo sauce. Really, really yummy as well. I'll try to find it and will post it. Its probably lower cals than the bread.
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I made some mixed fruit today, it had diced watermelon, diced oranges, raspberries and blue berries, I also added a touch of honey, and I was thinking the sweetness here would be good with something HOT, but I don't know what? Is there a recipe like this, or would it be weird? I was thinking like melted red hots mixed in or jalapeño juice mixed in with the honey.
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