torontoraptor wrote:Internet is a zombie, and it is eating our brains.
That's probably what did it, then; the stuff is incredibly spicy, which I love, but all my roommates are like "BUH BUH FIRE FIRE AAAGH" (at least that's what I assume they're saying; it's hard to tell through the piercing SCREAMS OF ANGUISH).dubsola wrote:Hippo: cayenne pepper is a kind of chilli powder. Adding it on top of your already spicy stew would certainly wreak havoc. Don't worry too much about the worcester sauce (pronounced woostershire), it's definitely a backing track as opposed to a lead singer. I definitely think you should try doing it with some dark beer though. It's pretty good.
The Great Hippo wrote:That looks interesting--what's TVP, though?
meridian wrote:The EGE: I will freeze you a portion. It should last indefinitely in the freezer.
sillybear25 wrote:But it's NPH, so it's creepy in the best possible way.
Shivahn wrote:I'm in your abstractions, burning your notions of masculinity.
The Great Hippo wrote:I have some reservations about using beer mostly because I really don't like the flavor of alcohol, but I assume that the taste changes radically when used as a cooking ingredient.
Oh, on a side note, I finely diced a green pepper and used that in addition to my usual ingredients (added it to the onions) to see if I could add a sweet flavor, but it's hard to tell how much of a change that had with the overpowering heat of the cayenne pepper.
Thesh wrote:8 oz dried black beans (soaked overnight)
1.5lbs ground beef
4 poblanos (or was it 2?)
1/2 yellow onion
1 10oz can tomato sauce
store bought chili powder to taste
cayenne powder to taste (for additional heat)
Salt to taste (adding a tsp at the beginning doesn't hurt)
-4 poblanos (or was it 2?)
+32oz box of beef broth
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