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SHILLEE Posts: 113
2/6/13 10:25 P

I like anything spicy. I will have to try some of your ideas

SWEDIEPIE Posts: 338
2/6/13 2:01 P

I love rooster sauce (sriracha) when I want something spicy.

AUDREYUK Posts: 646
2/6/13 1:53 P

One of my favourite spicy things ever is chilequiles.

Take corn tortillas and tear them up into squares (smaller than a tortilla chip, but not tiny.) Heat some oil in a pan and add the torn up tortillas. When they start to get a little bit tan and toasty, pour in a generous amount of La Costena Salsa Verde. Let it cook for a few minutes and then top with shredded cheese. Once the cheese is melted it's done. It's fabulous alongside scrambled eggs. My mouth is watering so bad now! Wish I was having that for dinner instead of tomato soup!

Edited by: AUDREYUK at: 2/6/2013 (13:54)
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2/6/13 1:28 P

Some freaky stuff, but I swear it does it for me!! Canned tuna mixed w/ salsa (as a dip or just eaten w/ a spoon), jalapeno salad (just make the salad and replace lettuce w/ pickled jalapenos), and I luuuv some pico de gallo- I think I could eat it with a spoon!

IRISHFANUH87 Posts: 1,038
2/6/13 12:48 P

Hunt's zesty & spicy pasta sauce w/ some whole wheat pasta, or a good spicy salsa.

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2/6/13 11:23 A

I like these Sriracha chicken strips:

This meal was also nice and spicy:

For a side, this recipe is great, it has a bit of a kick as is but you could make it even hotter by adding more Sriracha, and it's good with green beans too:

Oh and this noodles recipe is great. I usually do chicken instead of the eggs to make it more filling:

Also sometimes if I'm making a basic pasta w/ red sauce I'll add in cayenne to make it hotter. I also buy Sabra's Supremely Spicy Hummus to dip carrots or whatever in as my afternoon snack. I love love love spicy food. Spicier the better.

LAURAGUY14 Posts: 195
2/6/13 11:14 A

I want to try the buffalo cauliflower, too! I have everything ready in the fridge to try them this week. I love buffalo sauce!

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2/6/13 9:39 A

I do boneless buffalo wings: cut breasts into chunks, dust with a little flour, pan fry with a touch of olive oil, douse in hot sauce and then baked.

RUSSELL_40 Posts: 16,826
2/6/13 8:49 A

chili. I just add cayenne pepper.

2/6/13 6:11 A

Ooh I did those cauliflower things they were good! I did the same thing (minus the batter) last night with sliced chicken breast on skewers. The recipe just had you mic 1/3 c hot sauce with 1 T cornstarch, brush it on the chicken, and broil 4-5 minutes per side. They came out tender and delicious.

Also, spicy chilis are good. There is a sweet potato chili recipe on spark recipes that you can kick up with extra spices!

TACDGB Posts: 6,136
2/6/13 12:20 A

chicken taco salad. made with lettuce, tomatoes, chicken a few brown rice taco chips and some salsa.

SPORTYLAWGIRL SparkPoints: (11,853)
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2/5/13 10:29 P

What are your favourite meals and snacks when you are craving spicy food?

I made these Cauliflower Buffalo "Wings" today (
iflower-buffalo-wings/) and they were super delicious, but I am looking for more ideas because I get spicy food cravings all the time.

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