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Chili Oil

Why Chili Oil Should Be Your Go-To Spicy Condiment

Chili oil is an addictive condiment, and it's not just for Asian cuisine. Add it to eggs, pasta, pizza, seafood, and anything else that could use some spice. I love a good hot sauce and the way it can...

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Favorite Bottled Chili Oil Sauce?

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by racer x 9 years ago

I was recently delighted to become acquainted with bottled Chinese chili oil. I know I shouldn't have been surprised that ready-made chili oil exists, but I'd never thought much about it before. ...

Chili oil

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by yuanzhoulv 11 years ago

A lot of online sources say you can buy chili oil at chinese restaurants. Has anyone tried to do this in Boston or know any good places to get it from, and is it significantly better than the comme...

Homemade Chili Oil - Using Citric Acid

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by diertac 11 years ago

I have read lots of articles and posts on various sites saying that the home cook shouldn't make certain infused oils (particularly garlic) due to the risk of botulism toxins forming in the oil. ...

Looking for a Mai Fun & A Hot chili Oil Recipe

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by michele cindy 12 years ago

I really enjoy mai fun noodles for breakfast. Now that it's Winter, the places near me are a bit too far to go to. I'd like to try to make them at home. The ones I love are thin rice noodles sti...

Clear Chili Oil from Portugal

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by melclout 12 years ago

I went to a wonderful Portuguese restaurant in Sonoma, ca and the chef and i got talking since i love spicy food. She brought out from the back her special store of this wonderful clear spicy oil,...

Clear Chili Oil from Portugal

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by melclout 12 years ago

I went to a wonderful Portuguese restaurant in Sonoma, ca and the chef and i got talking since i love spicy food. She brought out from the back her special store of this wonderful clear spicy oil, ...

chili oil

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by david kaplan 12 years ago

I'm looking for advice on storing homemade chili oil. I make it by dry-frying a mixture of crushed red peppers, including seeds, and Sichuan peppercorns, then heating that mixture in peanut oil unt...

How to Make Hot Chili Oil, like in Chinese Restaurants?

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by Michele Cindy 13 years ago

Does anyone have a recipe to make the hot chili oil served in some Chinese restaurants. Some places have a really tasty oil thick with these little chili seeds. I'd love to make my own. Also - d...

making chili oil/chili vinegar

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by wow i'm a dog 14 years ago

my mom gave me some home-grown "thai hot peppers" (see url for photo of what they look like). i'd like to make chili oil and chilli vinegar with them. any advice? recipes? thanks! Link: http://ww...

wontons in hot or red/chili oil--East Bay

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by ldeity 15 years ago

Hiya Hounds. I'm another transplanted, hungry NYer who's hoping to become a part of your community. It's been a great resource over the past two years when I was commuting coast-to-coast, and need...

Aha! So that's what to do with chili oil.

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by Dipsy 16 years ago

I must confess that I'm not a big fan of most pre-flavoured oils but people often give them to me as gifts since I like to cook. On a whim I brushed some fancy schmancy beautifully bottled chili o...

Looking for Certain Chinese Hot Chili Oil

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by Michele Cindy 16 years ago

A restaurant I go to has one of the best hot chili oils I've ever had. It has a really good tangy taste, the only thing I can compare it to is that it is similar to the deep flavor of sundried tom...

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