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Even The Picky Eaters Will Be Fighting Over The Last One!
When I was growing up, we never used to have hot and spicy food at home. I guess my parents were used to milder, traditional dishes and they weren’t big fans of spicy flavors. I never really thought I would like spicy food, either – my cousin made me try plain hot sauce when I was about 8 years old and I thought, that was it. I didn’t want to have anything to do with spicy flavors after that!
It wasn’t until I was about 20 when my boyfriend, now husband, lured me into having some spicy food. He was smart enough not to scare me with a bunch of extra hot chili – he just made me a dish he thought had a little bit of heat in it but not too much to make me cough.
Things have changed a lot since then! These days whenever we get takeout, I choose the spiciest option there is – and probably still drizzle some Sriracha on top of my serving at home. I’m always trying to find new dishes I could try; like these super delicious stuffed jalapenos from Hilah Cooking. These are amazing!
Recipe and image courtesy of Hilah Cooking.
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Quick Tip: Serve with sour cream or your favorite dip.