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Real Foods Chillies Whole

£1.04 416p / 100g
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2 x 10Kg
£67.18 / 10Kg
(67p / 100g)
4 x 10Kg
£63.65 / 10Kg
(64p / 100g)
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About Chillies Whole

Chilli peppers are indigenous to the New World. Native cuisine used them to add heat and flavour to food. European explorers (who called pretty much every new spice "pepper") spread chillies to Europe and Asia, where they were soon integrated into many ethnic cuisines. Essential in many Mexican dishes they are also a good accompaniment to many tomato dishes.


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Raw Pickled Spiced Onions Recipe

Summary: Pickled onions are so easy to make ! I pickle them whole if I am planning to eat them in a week or two, at least, but for pickled onions ready to eat overnight, I pickle them sliced. Many people boil the vinegar and add sugar. I have found over the years that if I soak my onions in salty water overnight, it works just fine with raw room temperature vinegar. Also, I don't add any sugar, as it is healthier. If you usually buy pickled onions with sugar in them, please try this recipe, I promise you will not miss the sugar at all ! As easy as 1-2-3. 1- Soak the onions in brine overnight. 2- Rinse, drain, put in a jar with spices, if using, and wait overnight. 3- Eat in salads, sandwiches, barbecues, etc.

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Cauliflower and coconut dhal

Summary: The cauliflower and coconut complement each other very well in this speedy veggie supper.

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Vegan Ethiopian Red Lentils Mesir Wat Recipe

Summary: Misr Wat or Mesir Wat is a vegan Ethiopian stew made from red split lentils and the famous Ethiopian Berbere spice mix. Some Ethiopians, for religious reasons, eat an exclusively vegan diet, and many eat vegan dishes on special 'fast' days. This explains the abundance of vegetarian and vegan specialties. Ethiopian cuisine is one of the most flavoursome cuisines in Africa, and this red lentil stew is no exception. You can of course use a ready-made, shop-bought Berbere since mix, but I promise you that if you make your own, you will be rewarded by a rich and complex tantalising flavour that is well worth the small effort of assembling the all very common ingredients (except perhaps the fenugreek, just leave it out if you have trouble sourcing it) needed to make your own Berbere spice mix. Misr Wat is traditionally served with Injera, a soft sourdough flat bread, but you can also enjoy it with a crispy green salad.

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Jennifer Harrison I think the recipes on the site provide some delicious ideas for using things like these chillies. I've tried many of the and it has inspired me to adapt other recipes in similar ways. Super.

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