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Smoky Cauliflower Hummus

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 21/02/2019

Ingredients • 1/2 head cauliflower (between 0.5 – 1 kg.), trimmed and cut into 5cm. florets (about 4 cups florets) • 4 1/2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil • About 1 tsp. smoked paprika • 2 teaspoons salt, divided • 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin • 1/4 teaspoon red chilli flakes • 2 garlic cloves, smashed and peeled • About 2 tablespoons lemon juice • 3 1/2 tablespoons well-stirred tahini Method • Preheat oven to 450°. Put cauliflower florets in a large bowl and add 1 1/2 tbsp. oil, 1 tsp. paprika, 1/2 tsp. salt, the cumin, chilli flakes, and garlic. Toss…

Recipe: Pumpkin Crème Brûlée (Jack-be-Little Pumpkins)

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: 28/10/2018

Ingredients • 2 Cups Heavy Cream • ¼ Cup Sugar (additional sugar will be needed for caramelizing) • ¼ Cup Brown Sugar • 8 Large Egg Yolks • 1 Cup Canned 100% Pure Pumpkin • ½ Teaspoon Vanilla • ½ Teaspoon Cinnamon Method: • Preheat oven to 180 deg. (Celsius) • Cut tops off each pumpkin and save for presentation. • Scrape out the seeds and fibres from pumpkins. • Place pumpkins on a baking sheet, cut sides up, and roast, uncovered, for 20 minutes. • Remove from oven and let cool. • In saucepan, combine cream and sugars, stir…

Chilli Blondie

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 21/10/2018

(Capsicum baccatum) This chilli originates from Scandinavia. Pods change from a light green and ripen to white with a purple tinge. The fruits are best when they are a creamy white colour. They have a zesty delicious taste that has a good sting. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Goronong

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 18/04/2018

(Capsicum chinense) It is a very rare Malaysian Chilli that is of the habanero family. Being a variety of habanero, the fruity flavour is exceptional. The unusual long twisted pods are very pretty especially as they ripen from green through to yellow. These puppies are very wicked, we cut one open in the field just to have a look inside. One of the first things that you notice is the unusually large number of little drops of capsicanoid oils that line the inside of the almost ripe fruits. A little hint as to what will happen when you put it…

Chilli Fish

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 20/04/2018

(Capsicum annuum) A very pretty, variegated chilli plant. The fruits are striped when green and slowly ripen through orange to red. It gets its name for being used (green) in the Southern USA to add punch to fish dishes without changing the colour of the white sauce. This variety was originally brought over to the USA via the slave trade, so it makes this a true Afro-American variety. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Rodo

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 26/04/2018

(Capsicum annuum) It is a small wrinkled little chilli from Nigeria. Hot with a very swift burn right up front. Good production of fruit on low bushes. Make sure you plant early in September or October. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Serrano

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 26/04/2018

(Capsicum annuum) A lovely light chilli, Serrano looks like a Jalapeno but has a bit more of a bite. Typically eaten raw, Serrano’s can also be lightly fried or turned into a pickle if you find that jalapenos are too tame for you. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Tepin

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 23/10/2018

(Capsicum annuum) Probably one of the oldest wild chillies used for food. These ancient chillies are small round and blisteringly hot. Known in the South Americas, as the original birds eye chilli, as they were widely spread via bird droppings. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli Douglah

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 25/10/2018

(Capsicum chinense) Also known as the 7 Pot Chocolate, the Douglah is rated by many to be the hottest chilli that they have tasted and apparently it far surpasses the other 7 Pots in heat. We found it slow in ripening and not a great producer of fruits. However, those of you in warmer parts of the country will have much better production. Approx. 25 seeds

Chilli 7 Pot Red

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 03/04/2018

(Capsicum chinense) The story behind the 7 Pot is that one chilli has enough heat to properly spice-up 7 pots of curry. This one is hot, very hot, and easily fits into the top 5 hottest chilli’s in the world. The 7 pot has a unique, fruity flavour that sets it apart. Approx. 25 seeds