Blog Posts - Spicy Food



Crock Pot Enchilada Orzo

It’s the end of the summer and it’s still hot in New York. Too hot to turn on my regular oven. This is why I own more than 1 slow cooker (and am looking to purchase an InstaPot by the … Continue reading →...

Spicy Layered Chocolate Mousse Squares

Recipe for spicy layered chocolate mousse squares, with a bit of heat and a lot of sweet. (Okay, it's not THAT sweet, but rhyme was irresistible. Like this dessert.) The post Spicy Layered Chocolate Mousse Squares appeared first on This Week for Dinn...
by This Week for Dinner on Feb 2, 2016

Spicy Eggs Fried Rice

One of my favorite fried rice is Spicy Egg Fried Rice.As long as the fried rice is spicy,I don't mind eating it everyday!! Nowaday,we can easily get ready made shrimp or anchovies spicy paste at any Asian market.Ingredients:1 cup jasmine rice (wash a...
by My Asian Kitchen on Jun 19, 2015

Heck That’s Hot Subscription Box!

Are you a spicy food junkie like I am? I love things that are hot and spicy as long as they have a lot of flavor to them. I’m a pretty tough ole’ broad I can eat really hot stuff too….. at least I use to think that I could take some...
by Peanut Butter and Whine on May 15, 2015

Pad Thai – The snow peas version

Hello my foodie friends! I am so sorry for the long hiatus, life just got in the middle, but we still cook and eat delicious home-made dishes (well, most of the time we do) and I still desire to share … Continue reading →...
by Around the Bowl on May 9, 2015

Simplified Dak-kalguksu – Korean Chicken Noodle Soup

Hello my foodie friends! Here I am again with another Korean comforting soup. Who doesn’t like a good chicken noodle soup during the cold months? Ideal both for lunch and supper, and of course, it makes a great left over … Continue readin...
by Around the Bowl on Nov 11, 2014

Ten months, ten posts: Reader’s Top Ten Recipes

Hello foodies of the world! Sorry for my absence the last few weeks. I’ve been pretty busy with no time for new recipes worth posting. Although I always cook, in busy days I tend to repeat old favourites or cook … Continue reading →...
by Around the Bowl on Oct 30, 2014

Chilli con Carne – The Autumn Kick-off

Hello foodies of the world! Equinox are here, spring in the southern half  of the globe and autumn in the northern one, both suitable seasons for nice strolls at sunset, new clothing and make-up and comforting soup among others… What … C...
by Around the Bowl on Sep 22, 2014

Chilli con Carne – The Autumn Kick-off

Hello foodies of the world! Equinox are here, spring in the southern half  of the globe and autumn in the northern one, both suitable seasons for nice strolls at sunset, new clothing and make-up and comforting soup among others… What … C...
by Around the Bowl on Sep 22, 2014

Dal Shorba (Indian Lentil Soup) with Summer Veggies

Every now and then I find myself craving for a specific type of food and I always think it is my body speaking to me, telling me I’m in need of some kind of nutrient. Apparently, there’s no scientific support … Continue reading U...
by Around the Bowl on Sep 16, 2014

Dal Shorba (Indian Lentil Soup) with Summer Veggies

Every now and then I find myself craving for a specific type of food and I always think it is my body speaking to me, telling me I’m in need of some kind of nutrient. Apparently, there’s no scientific support … Continue reading U...
by Around the Bowl on Sep 16, 2014

Ayam Biryani with Basmati Rice (Chicken Biryani)

There are many type of Biryani chicken available in any India restaurant or store.One of my favorite chicken biryani seasoning is Malay biryani.Well maybe it's because I'm from Malaysia or the taste of the seasoning suit me better than other flavor.T...
by My Asian Kitchen on Jul 26, 2014

Street Food : Spicy Wingless Chicken Wings

A few years ago, when we lived in America we would eat out a lot more than we do now. At the time we could suit ourselves where we went, and never had to take kids menus, highchairs or babysitters into consideration. We didn't usually go to posh rest...
by The Crazy Kitchen on Jul 12, 2014

Thai Chicken and Aubergine Yellow Curry – The Basic Recipe

It’s time for a good old Thai curry! I was just revising the Thai recipes I’ve already posted and was amazed to discovered that I haven’t posted a Thai curry yet! Specially considering that I cook one at least every … Continue...
by Around the Bowl on Jul 11, 2014

Tagine Series II -Tajine d’agneau aux légumes (Lamb and Vegetable Tagine)

Today I spent almost the whole day in the kitchen cooking for a celebration and I was totally inspired! so once everything is ready, I have taken some pictures and my guests and have tried and approved the dishes I … Continue reading →...
by Around the Bowl on Jun 22, 2014

Flaming Hot Chicken Tower

Uniformdating.com conducted a survey to find out which foods the UK's doctors, nurses, police officers, armed forces and fire fighters loved to eat, and found that Indian curries, fish and chips and soup were universally loved. They then teamed up wi...
by The Crazy Kitchen on Jun 13, 2014

Nyonya Kari Ayam (Chicken Curry) and some good reading

A new curry recipe! Today I’m sharing a Chinese/Malaysian fusion chicken curry from Nyonya cuisine. Doing my research for the recipe; I became really intrigued by Nyonya cultural background and found some wonderful reading about it that I wo...
by Around the Bowl on May 28, 2014

Parihuela – Peruvian Seafood and Fish Soup (and a Great Peruvian Restaurant in Madrid)

My first contact with Peruvian food was many years ago,as a teenager, in a multicultural festival held in my hometown and I have loved it since; its spiciness and perfume surprised and captivated me for ever. Years later I broaden … Continue re...
by Around the Bowl on May 20, 2014

Grilled Salmon Tacos with Zesty Cilantro Slaw

Who knew salmon tacos would be so good? The post Grilled Salmon Tacos with Zesty Cilantro Slaw appeared first on This Week for Dinner - Weekly Meal Plans, Dinner Ideas, Recipes and More!.
by This Week for Dinner on May 20, 2014

Indian Squid Curry – Madhur Jaffrey Recipe

I’ve already introduced my favourite Thai recipe book and today is the turn of my favourite Indian cuisine author.  I’m sharing a recipe from “Curry Easy” a fantastic recipe book from Madhur Jaffery. Her approach to Indian co...
by Around the Bowl on May 15, 2014


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