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Put A Handful Of Ingredients Into A Saucepan And Watch This Happen…
Sometimes my meals tend to get a little boring and my husband kindly gives me a hint; “Maybe we could have something hot and spicy for dinner this week?” I can’t blame him – I get bored of the same ol’ dinner recipes, too, and that’s when I usually bring out all the “special” recipe notebooks! If you ask me, “special” is any food that my mother never made when we were kids!
Now, there was absolutely nothing wrong with my mother’s recipes. She still makes the most amazing meals for our get-togethers, and I always stuff my face to a point where I feel like I can’t even stand up anymore. Her recipes are what I call total comfort food, and my life wouldn’t be the same without them.
But we never really had anything spicy or too exotic, growing up. Most of my siblings don’t even like spicy food but I am a big fan, and so is my husband. This awesome chili sauce (or jam, or paste, or oil – whatever you want to call it) has made our dinner party a success, on more than one occasion!
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Quick Tip: Be careful not to burn the garlic!