|Kerry in the midst of her pepper plants.|
|Sicilian pepperoncino grown from smuggled seeds|
We put them in/on everything from soups, stir frys, sandwiches, sautees and on the grill, adding heat and incredible flavor to lots of our favorite dishes. One of our staple weekly side dishes is brown jasmine rice with sauteed peppers and garlic. Deliciously spicy, you have to love the heat of habanero's to appreciate it, but if you can handle that, you'll love it! The coconut oil is one of the key ingredients, as it adds a nice tropical flavor, complimenting the spicy habanero and jasmine aromatics of the rice.
Spicy Fried Brown Rice
2-3 cups cooked brown jasmine rice (available at whole foods)
2 T. Coconut Oil (available at whole foods)
2 Habanero Pepper, seeds and ribs carefully removed (wear gloves if you can)
3 cloves garlic
Stir fry garlic and peppers in coconut oil over medium heat until vegetables begin to caramelize. Add cooked brown rice and stir until grains are coated with the oil. Continue to fry for 5 to 10 minutes while rice absorbs the flavors. Enjoy!
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|Our hot hot hot habaneros.|
|Anyone know what this is?|