Maybe you’ve tried the chocolate-chili combination before, but it’s not usual that people use spicy ingredients in desserts, right? Because of some unknown reasons, I like experimenting with spicy desserts and after my Bonfire cake here is a new recipe. This time I show you some soft chocolate cookies with lavender and orange zest and we will add some medium heat chili sauce too! The … Continue reading Chocolate and lavender cookies
During my latest trip to Hungary, I had the chance to visit Sárréti Chilifarm, the place where award-winning, Hungarian chili sauces come from. I discovered their products in 2017 when the TraBBQ sauce won awards, one after one and every blogger and newspaper mentioned this success: World Hot Sauce World Championship: BBQ Sauce Division, Alcohol-infused category 3rd place The Chile Pepper Magazine Awards: BBQ Sauce Division, Alcohol-infused category 1st … Continue reading Langalló
My husband and I took part on a chili experience with our professional guide, Chilli Olly who showed us how they grow different chilies at Edible Ornamentals chili ranch and after our tour around the plant tunnels we had the chance to taste different fresh chilies, sauces, and dips during a little journey on Scoville scale from mild to hot. Some of them are like a bonfire in your mouth.
Magyarul ⇣ Chilli beans A great example for a quick but great dish… the preparation takes only 30 minutes, so you don’t have to stand in the kitchen for hours, just cook it, enjoy your warming food and spend your free time with anything else. I hope you are lucky enough to enjoy fresh beans from your garden or from the local market, but this time … Continue reading Chilli beans