This tropical slaw is a perfect way to kiss goodbye to summer. It’s bursting with crunch, sweetness, and a hint of heat. It goes wonderfully with grilled meats, shrimp tacos, or when you’re looking for a side dish that’s a little out of the ordinary. Read More..
Tag: spicy food
This spicy grilled jerk chicken is made with a spicy/sweet marinade and then grilled to tender, flavorful perfection. I like to serve this with a French White Bean Salad and Southern-style Coleslaw to cut the heat of the chicken. If you like dipping sauces, this Read More..
Flavorful chicken fajitas are a perfect dinner when the family is craving Mexican and you want them to eat healthily. These delicious chicken fajitas get their flavor from a tangy marinade and a spicy seasoning rub. I like to serve them with The Best Guacamole, Read More..
Crispy avocado fingers make a tasty appetizer or side dish when you’re craving something a little different. Creamy avocado is breaded and pan-fried to golden perfection, then served with creamy, spicy lime crema. It has all the flavors of your favorite guacamole. I like to Read More..
A great summer dinner, baked Nashville hot chicken is a healthier version of the fried, spicy classic. What’s not to love about tender chicken baked with a crunchy coating and slathered with a buttery, spicy glaze? I like to serve the chicken in a classic Read More..
Bright, blistered, charred green beans tossed with a meaty, chili-flavored oil that’s the definition of ‘umami’. You’ve ordered the Chinese fried green beans at your favorite restaurant, but now you can make Sichuan Dry-Fried Green Beans, a healthier version, at home. Did you know those Read More..
This delicious chicken biscuit combines a savory, fried chicken fillet topped with a hot, honey butter, a spicy green chile cheese spread, and a flaky, buttery biscuit. It makes a great weeknight dinner, weekend brunch, or a picnic in the backyard with the kids. I Read More..
Dirty rice is a Cajun classic usually served as a side dish. This version is hearty enough to serve as a main course. I like to make this a spicy meal by serving this Cajun classic with Extra Flavorful Jalapeno Poppers, a few Southern Hush Read More..
This bread is rich, slightly spicy, salty, and very cheesy. Crisp and crunchy on the outside with a moist and fluffy interior, it will leave you craving more. Upon moving from Pittsburgh to Houston, I just did not understand the reverence that Houstonians had for Read More..
This is a simple recipe that explodes with the comforting, spicy, warm flavors of Mexico. So versatile, Spicy Mexican Rice Pilaf can be a side or with the addition of some ground beef or shredded chicken, it’s a one-pot meal. I like to serve this Read More..