sexta-feira, março 30, 2018

Homemade and Fermented Hot-Sauce: Habaneros and Bird's Eye Chiles - Part 2

(Ingredients to prepare the pasta: fermented chiles, curcuma, ginger, lemons, and cider vinegar)

After almost 3 weeks, my Habaneros and Bird's Eye Chiles were ready to be minced by Bimby (the white contraption in the background)...

Final product (2 jars):


And now it's time to try it with "Feijoada de choco":

("Feijoada de Choco com coentros frescos"/"Red Bean Stew with Scuttlefish and fresh coriander") 



Bloody Hell!!! This was frigging delicious!!!


4 comentários:

Book Stooge disse...

Well, I am glad you like it so much. That pot of goop looks, umm, not appetizing. Now I know what others experience is like when I put up some of those survival food posts.

You named your appliance? Does your wife know about this? ;-)

Manuel Antão disse...

"Feijoada" survival food?? Not in the least. It's considered one of the most famous Mediterranean dishes...google it.

"Bimby" is the brand of the contraption...lol. Outside Portugal it's called Thermomix: https://thermomix.com/

Book Stooge disse...

Be that as it may, it LOOKS like the goop I take pictures of :-)

Ahh, good to know. For a moment there I was afraid you were turning to the AI side a bit early. I was thinking "Man, wait until it can at least love you back!" :-D

Manuel Antão disse...

Ah. AI. How I wish it was already here...Less work, and more time on the beach, I love it! Cowabunga dudes! Speaking of which:time to go surfing...eight o'clock. time to go.