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Unread 10-18-2009, 10:58 PM   #16
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I grow chile de arbol and use the ripe pods in a lot of dishes, one of my favorite ways is to fry it in olive oil and toss it with pasta and sea salt, just a great flavor and what I consider to me reasonable heat.
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Thats some great looking Chili Saiko! I love chili...I don't have a grinder just a small food processor, will those spices mess up my food processor?
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oh yeah...love them beans in Chili! LOL!
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Looks nice n spicy Saiko!
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Well done, Mark. Looks like a great recipe with great documentation

Gonna have to try that soon. Had two mornings in the 40s here in central Florida so we are entering good chile weather - I like chile when it's chilly.
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Fantastic!
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I don't have a grinder just a small food processor, will those spices mess up my food processor?
Hrm, don't know about a small food processor, but a large processor probably wouldn't be able to grind the spices into a powder. You could test it by throwing a small handful of peppercorns into your processor and see what happens. If it is able to grind them into a fine powder, then it should work for the chilis and cumin.
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Looks like another winner Saiko! Thank you for sharing, I can't wait to try it.
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Hrm, don't know about a small food processor, but a large processor probably wouldn't be able to grind the spices into a powder. You could test it by throwing a small handful of peppercorns into your processor and see what happens. If it is able to grind them into a fine powder, then it should work for the chilis and cumin.

Do what I do..take your dried chilis...put the in a blender. Add some water and blend till you have a paste. You can freeze what you don't need. What I like about doing this is I can put some of the chili paste on the table and you can add more if you want more bite!
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I likey!! That's a hitter in my book.
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good recipe
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Now I know what to do with the chilis I bought last week! Great recipe. It's bookmarked, Thanks Saiko! I think I'll use a whole chuck and some pork loin cut into cubes as a variation.
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Was just reviewing my post and realized I forgot to mention adding the tomato paste (I hate it when I read a recipe and they don't include adding an ingredient in the ingredients list). Add the paste when you throw everything else into the pot after browning the meat, including the water, spice blend, canned green chilis, etc. Sorry about that.
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No problems here, I tend to spend the first day after a blog post going back and fixing my spelling errors. BTW, I like those Little Oskars for large amount of spice grinding, but, not enough to buy another one.
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Fine looking chili. I am making next time I get cold.
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