Bold and smoky
Prepare to embark on a culinary adventure that marries the humble cauliflower with the bold, smoky essence of Adore Chillies Chipotle Sauce. In this recipe, we transform cauliflower into tender and flavorful “steaks” that are perfect for vegetarians and vegans, but they hold their own in any omnivorous feast.
Cauliflower steaks are more than just a delicious alternative; they are a work of culinary art, boasting a tender interior and a beautifully caramelized exterior when roasted to perfection. What truly sets them apart is the generous coating of Adore Chillies Chilli sauce, infusing each bite with an irresistible blend of smokiness and spiciness.
Whether you’re seeking to dazzle your dinner guests or yearning for a spicy and satisfying weeknight meal, these Smoky Chipotle Chilli Cauliflower Steaks deliver on all fronts. Not only do they elevate your dining experience, but they are also surprisingly easy to prepare, earning them a permanent spot in your culinary arsenal. Get ready to embark on a flavor-packed journey that’s as exciting as it is delicious! Read more
Korean fermented vegetables
Kimchi, the undisputed star of Korean cuisine, is a revered and iconic dish known for its captivating blend of fiery spiciness and vibrant tanginess. This beloved fermented vegetable medley has transcended borders, earning devotees worldwide for its complex flavours and numerous health benefits. At its core, kimchi typically features napa cabbage and Korean radishes, though countless regional and seasonal variations exist, incorporating a kaleidoscope of vegetables and spices.
Its exact origins are somewhat debated, but it is generally agreed that kimchi has deep roots in Korean culture. The practice of fermenting vegetables, which is the basis for kimchi, likely developed in ancient Korea as a means to preserve vegetables for consumption during the long, harsh winters when fresh produce was scarce. Early versions of kimchi were simple salted vegetables, primarily made from radishes and other local vegetables.
The addition of spices, particularly red pepper flakes (gochugaru), to kimchi, is believed to have been introduced later, around the 16th century. This addition not only added a spicy kick to the dish but also provided health benefits due to the antimicrobial properties of the chillies.
In this comprehensive recipe, we’ll guide you through crafting your own authentic kimchi, allowing you to fine-tune the spice levels and ingredient choices to suit your palate. So get out your chopping board, sharpen your knife, put on your apron and let’s make Kimchi
The origins of Poke
Join me in this post where we make a great Poke recipe which is sure to become your new best friend always. It is super easy to make, very healthy, nutritious and also very healthy. Before we start however, a bit about its origins.
Poke (pronounced “poh-kay”) is a traditional Hawaiian dish with a long history rooted in the culture of the Hawaiian Islands. The word “poke” in Hawaiian means “to slice” or “to cut crosswise into pieces,” which is an apt description of how the dish is prepared.
The origins of poke can be traced back to ancient Hawaiians who relied on fishing as a primary food source. They would catch fish and cut it into small, bite-sized pieces. These pieces were then seasoned with ingredients readily available on the islands, such as sea salt, seaweed, and inamona (a condiment made from roasted and crushed kukui nuts). This simple preparation allowed them to enjoy the fresh fish without the need for cooking.
Over time, poke has evolved and adapted to include a wide range of ingredients and flavour profiles. Today, you can find a variety of poke styles, including traditional ahi poke (made with yellowfin tuna), salmon poke, octopus poke, and even vegetarian options featuring tofu or vegetables. Modern variations often include ingredients like soy sauce, sesame oil, green onions, chillies, sesame seeds, and various toppings like avocado, cucumber, and furikake (a Japanese seasoning).
This dish for the best results will take a bit of preparation and planning. It is essential to use only the freshest Tuna and you will probably need to buy a couple of ingredients you might not have in your cupboards, but after that, putting the bowl together is a simple exercise. Enjoy
Tofu, also referred to as bean curd, boasts an illustrious history that can be traced back more than two millennia to the heart of China. While the precise genesis of this versatile soybean product remains shrouded in mystery due to the passage of time, it is encircled by a rich tapestry of theories and legends.
One attributes the inception of tofu to Prince Liu An, a figure hailing from the Han Dynasty, which thrived between 179 and 122 BC. According to this captivating tale, Prince Liu An embarked on a quest for the elixir of immortality, utilizing soybeans as his medium of experimentation. During these alchemical pursuits, he inadvertently stumbled upon tofu.
Tofu’s connection to Buddhism in China is another riveting facet of its history. It is postulated that Buddhist monks, renowned for their culinary ingenuity and dietary restrictions, played an integral role in the evolution and widespread acceptance of tofu. The flexible nature of tofu, its innate ability to assume diverse flavours and its capacity to mimic meat textures made it an ideal surrogate for animal-based protein in vegetarian and vegan diets. In Buddhist monasteries, tofu emerged as a dietary cornerstone, earning its reputation as a vital source of sustenance for those wanting to follow a plant-based path which is both healthy, nutritious and very flavourful .
Another theory proposes a more organic genesis for tofu. This theory suggests that tofu’s creation unfolded naturally through the fermentation of soybean paste. The process, akin to the transformation of milk into cheese, separated the soybean paste into curds and whey. Over time, these curds evolved into the recognizable tofu that graces tables worldwide today.
Your new best friend
As the days get shorter and the weather starts to cool down, something truly heartwarming happens in our gardens and local markets. It’s that time of year in the UK when our beloved tomatoes and Chillies are ripening to perfection. What’s the best way to pay tribute to this seasonal bounty? Well, it’s time to whip up some mouthwatering Chilli and Tomato Jam!
Imagine a jam that’s like a flavour fiesta in a jar – that’s exactly what our Tomato and Chilli Jam is all about. It’s got the sweetness of ripe tomatoes and a spicy kick from red Chillies. Whether you’re slathering it on sandwiches, jazzing up your grilled meats, or just dunking your cheese and crackers, this jam is your kitchen’s new BFF.
This jam is all about capturing the sunny goodness of ripe tomatoes and the fiery spirit of Chillies right in your own kitchen. The secret to its rich, complex flavours? It’s all in the slow simmering and the perfect blend of ingredients. Plus, when you make it yourself, you’re the boss – you can dial up or down the spiciness to match your taste buds.
Rearing to go ? So lets get cooking. Roll up your sleeves, put on your apron, get out those fresh ripe tomatoes and Chillies and let’s start making Tomato and Chilli Jam.
Welcome to a tropical twist on the classic guacamole! In this unique recipe, we’ll be infusing the creamy goodness of avocados with the intricate flavours of our Hawaiian pepper water, creating a guacamole that will awaken your taste buds in delightful new ways. The spiciness of the pepper water, combined with the freshness of diced vegetables and zesty lime juice, takes this guacamole to a whole new level of deliciousness.
Our Hawaiian Pepper water is Chilli vinegar seasoning is a delicate blend of water, vinegar, Chillies, garlic, tamarind, black and white pepper and lemon juice. Its exquisite flavour enhances the flavour of smashed avocados but where it really shines is in guacamole. It really takes it to a new dimension!
To complement the bold flavours of our Hawaiian Pepper Water Guacamole, we’ve prepared an assortment of colourful vegetable dippers. Crisp carrot sticks, vibrant bell pepper strips, and tender cauliflower florets will add a delightful crunch and provide the perfect vehicle for savouring this enticing dip.
Whether you’re planning a casual get-together with friends, a summer picnic by the beach, or just craving a refreshing snack, this guacamole recipe will undoubtedly impress and leave everyone wanting more. Creamy, savoury and absolutely morish!
So, let’s dive in and discover how the fusion of Hawaiian spice and creamy avocados can create a sensational taste experience like no other. Get ready to elevate your guacamole game and embark on a culinary journey filled with flavour and excitement!
A new taste explosion
We’re super excited to bring you a unique condiment crafted just for the UK taste buds. Our Hawaiian Pepper Water Chilli Seasoning takes the classic Hawaiian flavour and turns it into something even more amazing. Get ready for a mouthwatering blend of flavours that’ll make you crave more!
In Hawaii, this stuff is a staple on every table, replacing salt as the go-to seasoning. Our Chilli Seasoning combines ginger, garlic, mild chillies, salt, vinegar, tamarind paste, and lemon juice to create a condiment bursting with flavour. We’ve carefully selected each ingredient to strike the perfect balance between taste and heat, making it the perfect addition to your culinary creations.
While this seasoning can jazz up all sorts of dishes, it truly shines when paired with foods that soak up its unique flavours. From creamy mashed potatoes to fried fish and chips and refreshing salads, the possibilities are endless. But let me tell you, it’s absolute heaven when you use it to take your fried chicken to the next level.
To help you make the perfect fried chicken, we’ve put together a recipe that includes our Hawaiian Pepper Water Chilli Seasoning. Just follow these simple instructions and get ready for a taste explosion. Succulent crispy golden brown chicken with notes of ginger garlic, chillies and tamarind. It’s so easy to make, but when you serve it with our Hawaiian pepper water, you’ll have everyone begging for more. Enjoy!
Introducing a UK first
We are thrilled to present a unique condiment crafted specifically for the UK palate. Our Hawaiian Pepper Water Chilli Seasoning takes the classic Hawaiian condiment and refines it to perfection, resulting in a tantalizing blend of flavours that will leave your taste buds craving for more.
In Hawaii, this product can be found on just about every table and is used to season food instead of using salt, Our Chilli seasoning combines the vibrant notes of ginger, garlic, mild chillies, salt, vinegar, tamarind paste, and lemon juice to create an incredibly flavorful condiment. Each ingredient is carefully selected to ensure a harmonious balance of taste and heat, making it a versatile addition to your culinary adventures.
While this seasoning can elevate the flavours of various dishes, its true magic unfolds when paired with foods that can absorb its delicate nuances. From creamy mashed potatoes to crispy breaded chicken and refreshing salads, the possibilities are endless. However, where it truly shines is when used with the classic combination of fried fish and chips.
To help you achieve the perfect fried fish and chips, we’ve put together a recipe that incorporates our Hawaiian Pepper Water Chilli Seasoning. Follow these simple instructions to make this British classic and you will be on your way to true culinary bliss. It’s so simple and easy to make but when served with our Hawaiian pepper water it is taken to another dimension. I honestly believe it’s that good you will have your family and friends crying for more. Enjoy!
Transport your taste buds to the tropical paradise of the Caribbean with this sensational recipe for Spicy Caribbean Chicken. Bursting with bold flavours and a fiery kick, this dish combines succulent chicken breasts with the tantalizing heat of Adore Chillies Mango and Scotch Bonnet Chilli Sauce, creating a culinary experience that will leave you craving more.
The star of this recipe is the Adore Chillies Mango & Scotch Bonnet Chilli Sauce, which infuses the chicken with a delightful blend of sweet and spicy flavours. With each bite, you’ll savour the zesty combination of tangy mango and the fiery heat of scotch bonnet chillies, taking your taste buds on an exhilarating journey.
Marinated in a mixture of Adore Chillies Mango and Scotch Bonnet Chilli Sauce, vegetable oil, lime juice, minced garlic, salt, and black pepper, the chicken breasts become infused with a vibrant medley of flavours that truly capture the essence of the Caribbean. The result is tender, juicy chicken with a tantalizingly spicy and aromatic exterior. Serve this dish with a Mango Salsa salad and you and your family and friends will find the magic of the West Indies transported into your own home. Irie!
Smoky Jalapeno flavour
As the grill sizzles and the tantalizing scent of smoky goodness fills the air, anticipation builds for the feast that lies ahead. The succulent racks of pork ribs, carefully prepared and seasoned with a touch of salt and black pepper, are about to undergo a transformative journey on the grill. But what sets this recipe apart is the extraordinary combination of flavours that will elevate your barbecue experience to new heights.
Enter Adore Chillies Chipotle sauce, a true gem among condiments. This robust, smoky sauce with a hint of spiciness adds a mesmerizing depth to the ribs, infusing them with a unique and irresistible allure. And to balance the heat, a drizzle of golden honey brings a gentle sweetness, creating a harmonious symphony of flavours that will captivate your palate.
Imagine sinking your teeth into tender, juicy ribs, each bite coated in the luscious blend of Adore Chillies Chipotle sauce and honey. The smoky aroma envelopes your senses, while the sauce clings to the meat, creating a delectable glaze that seals in the juiciness. With every bite, you’ll experience a burst of complex flavours, from the smoky heat of chipotle to the delicate touch of sweetness from honey, leaving you craving more with each indulgent mouthful.