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Since our Ghost Pepper comes from India and to honor it, I wanted to make this Indian-inspired dish. When I think of India, I think of the delicious curry they make. This recipe is heavily inspired by curry, but the chili spiked, even more, the taste. If you like very spicy food, I’m sure you will love this recipe!
Spice up this eggplant schnitzel with Sonoran Spice’s Habanero Grill Seasoning to add intense flavor and mild heat. This dish is one of the most appetizing we’ve made and it looks almost too pretty to eat!
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This recipe already has the spice of one whole dried ghost pepper. However, you can always add more if you’re feeling particularly daring! Sonoran Spice’s Ghost Peppers not only brings intense heat, but it also has an amazing taste that will send your taste buds on a journey. Pair it with some fluffy white rice and chow down! Try this spicy new recipe and remember to let us know what you think.
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To spice up our dish we are going to use Sonoran Spice Habanero flakes. These pepper flakes are super hot, so be careful not to add too much. If it gets to be too spicy grab a glass of milk, or a piece of cheese to tame the heat.  To give this meal more body try adding quinoa and chickpeas.  
If it’s your turn to host the big game this year, your job just got a whole lot easier. These delicious recipes are perfect for anybody throwing a party and feeding guests. Say goodbye to spending all day in the kitchen! Finally, you’ll be able to enjoy the game with your friends and family.
I used the baba ghanoush as a spread in my amazing vegan sandwiches with carrots, cucumbers, sun-dried tomatoes, and Sonoran Spice Bird’s Eye Chili Flakes. Bird’s Eye Chili has a medium heat to it, adding the right amount of heat to this dish.
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This toast is one I enjoy for breakfast, giving me energy for the day ahead. Kids also enjoy this treat and will provide the veggies they need to grow big and strong! Finish with a squeeze of fresh lime to get just the right amount of zest and enjoy!
As usual, we like to spice things up with some of the most delicious chili powders. In this case, the star of the show is Sonoran Spice Cayenne Pepper Powder, which sends our spicy ratatouille to the next level. All in all, this dish is a very nutritious lunch for everybody and super easy to make!
The only thing that requires cooking in this one is the couscous – and that’s so easy. Different types of couscous cook differently – so just follow the instructions on the package. Usually, it varies between 2 and 10 minutes. All the other ingredients are fresh and easy to use.
I cooked some oyster mushrooms today, seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic, and fresh thyme on a griddle pan – they look just like chicken. These mushrooms are a great alternative if you are wanting to begin a plant-based lifestyle. The texture is quite similar to chicken. Their taste is phenomenal. 
If you are not used to habanero peppers, be sure to go easy on the habanero flakes. They are extremely potent and the last thing you will want to do is over-spice this dish. 
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