1First you’ll want to smash the Garlic Cloves and Thai chili peppers in the Clay Mortar until it’s mixed very well together, then add a pinch of salt. Then toss in the Cilantro and smash it until it is almost paste like (not a complete paste like base). After that, transfer the smashed ingredients into a bowl.
2Then place the roasted Jalapeños in the Mortar and smash it gently, make sure it does not splash, you don’t want it all over you. Then transfer the Jalapeños into the same bowl. If you are adding tomato – follow the same procedure/instruction.
3Finally-squeeze the lime (you may want to cut it into four slices) into the bowl. Then add fish sauce, water, and Sriracha sauce into the bowl. Mix and stir. Taste it-if needed, add more fish sauce, water, or Sriracha sauce. It is now ready for dipping!
Dispatch the seeds and ribs quickly and efficiently.
How to Crush Pepper Without a Grinder
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How to Crush Pepper Without a Grinder Jill shows you how to use simple kitchen equipment to crack whole peppercorns if you don't have a fancy pepper grinder.
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There are plenty of uses for roasted red peppers, and though a store-bought jar of them will do in a pinch, freshly roasted and skinned peppers are easy enough to do yourself. This method involves a little more energy than others—a little dinner-prep calisthenics.
How to Make the Perfect Pepper Blend
Is it possible to improve upon something as simple as black pepper? It is! In this CHOW Tip, John Birdsall shows you how to make an easy blend of black pepper, white pepper, and allspice that'll bring heat, sweetness, and complexity to your pepper mill.