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Old 03-06-2013, 10:16 PM   #61
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Chili mango is a common combination, or mango habanero (one of my absolute favorites), so I think that sounds good. I'd probably just add cayenne to it so you don't have the vinegar to contend with. **disclaimer: I am so NOT a cook, so take that with a grain of salt*** Oh, salt! That might bring out the sweet and the spice. Okay, I'm rambling now.
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:41 PM   #62
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Sounds interesting!
I would maybe make a "dressing" of honey, lime juice, and cayenne.
Sprinkle of salt if it needed it.
(Some people eat watermelon or watermelon rind with salt.)

In Mexico, mangos are served on a stick rolled in chile powder and salt.
(I think it's a hot pepper like cayenne, not the kind you'd make "chili" with.)

I Googled "spicy fruit salad" and a lot of recipes came up. I didn't click on any, because I need to go to bed! But I guess it's not all that unusual!
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Old 03-07-2013, 10:22 AM   #63
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mmm, habanero, or cayenne-good ideas! I will make 2 batches and try both next time..thanks for the ideas. I love sweet/salty and sweet/hot combinations Like that jalapeno sweet stuff you can make, i don't remember what all is in it, but you pour it over cream cheese? sooo good!
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Old 03-09-2013, 01:15 PM   #64
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I don't like honey... but otherwise, why not?

I ate at a wonderful South Indian restaurant yesterday. Food of the Gods!
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Old 03-10-2013, 10:01 AM   #65
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I can't do spicy stuff. Tears my stomach up. I once ate hot wings when I was with my ex and he SWORE he ordered mild ones (I swear the guy had a cast iron stomach. He ate super hot stuff all the time and tried to make me "compromise" with him by eating hot spicy stuff too). They were HOT. And I ended up getting sick from them. The hottest I can handle is General Tso's Chicken at a chinese buffet.
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Old 03-10-2013, 01:13 PM   #66
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The house is full of the scent of a vegetable curry. Basmati rice, spicy poppadoms, chilli pickle, lime pickle and garlic pickle as accompaniments and I will be in heaven.

So glad to know there are others out there.
Kissa, Sounds like you are an "old soul", to quote Passage to India! I cook Indian food for my husband all the time but not too spicy! Would you believe, I normally love Western food (I think that's my brain rebelling at having to cook Indian food every day!) but whenever I make my cabbage omelette or drink chicken broth I always spice it with Cumin seeds, red pepper flakes and cayenne peppers I love the taste of cumin! But, my favourite restaurant would be Thai!

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Old 03-10-2013, 01:26 PM   #67
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I am in great company here.

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.
Kissa, Try it this: On a Whole wheat bread slice, a layer of fresh thinly sliced tomatoes, a table spoon of finely chopped onion, sprinkle of fresh green chillis and layer of Englisg/Irish cheddar! Toast in a small toaster oven, as this toasts the bottom and grills the top! Yum, Yum home made pizza!
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Old 03-10-2013, 04:07 PM   #68
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Oh my yes, that sounds magic.
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