<html> <head><title> Hot Pepper Coking Oil by Larry Andersen</title></head> <META NAME="Author" CONTENT=" Larry Andersen "> <META NAME="Keys" CONTENT=" hot, pepper, cooking, oil, canola oil, paprika "> <META NAME="description" CONTENT=" Colorful and pungent with chii flavor, this oil will add flavor and spice to your fried foods. " <!-- Picture and Recipe Title --> <table border="0"> <tr> <th rowspan="2"> <A href="condiment2.jpg" Border="0"> <img src="condiment2.jpg" Border="0" style="width: 240px; height: 320px;" Title="Click to enlarge - Homemade vinegars and oils add greatly to your dining pleasure."></a> </th> <td width=320><center> <p><h1> Hot Pepper </h1></center></p> <p><center> <h1> Cooking Oil </h1> </center></p> <p> <center><IMG SRC="redrib.gif" Alt="Red Ribbon Winner - Alaska State Fair 2000"</center width="35" height="67"> </p></td> </tr> <tr> <td> </center></td> </tr> </table> <table border="0"> <TR> <TD Width=640> <p><i> This is a hot pepper-flavored oil for saut&eacute;ing and stir-frying. It adds additional flavor to vegetables and meat. Simply splash a little in your hot wok or saut&eacute; pan and cook as normal. It is a beautifully deep red colored oil from the volatile oils from the chili and paprika.</P> </i></p> </TD> </TR> </table> <!-- Recipe Atributes. --> <table border="0"> <TR> <TD Width=320> Preparation: 1 hour over several days </TD> <TD width=320> <i><b> Life Experience Recipe </i></b> </TD> </TR> <TR> <TD Width=320> Makes 2 cups of flavored oil</TD> <TD width=320> </TD> </TR> </table> <!-- Ingredients Section. --> <table border="0"> <TR> <TD Width=320> <B>Ingredients:</B> </TD> <TD> </TD> </TR> <TR> <TD Width=320> <UL> <LI>2 cups canola oil <LI>2 tablespoons dark chili powder </UL> </TD> <TD Width=320> <UL> <LI>2 tablespoons ground cayenne pepper <LI>2 tablespoons Hungarian paprika </UL> </TD> </TR> </table> <!-- Procedure Section. Letter ASCII HTML alt + 146 &AElig; alt +0216 &Oslash; alt + 143 &Aring; alt + 153 alt + 145 &aelig; alt +0248 &oslash; alt + 134 &aring; alt + 148 --> <table border="0"> <TR> <TD Width=650> <b>Procedure</b> <OL> <LI>Add dry ingredients to heated frying pan. Stir while waiting for the powders to heat and begin releasing their oils. When you smell the strong smell of the chili powders, add the oil and continue heating until oil is heated through. Remove from heat and set aside to cool and allow powders to settle out. </P> <LI>Decant oil from frying pan, through fine sieve, into the narrowest and tallest bottle you have. Set in quiet area to allow further settling of sediment. After 1 or 2 weeks, decant oil into final bottle.</P> </TD> </TR> </table> <!-- decorative band --> <table border="0"> <TR> <TD Width=640> <center> <img src="condiment.gif" Border="0" width="435" height="140"> </center> </TD> </TR> </table> <p></p> <A href="contents.htm">Return to Cookbook Contents Page</a> <address>Latest revision done September 2014</address> <img height="20" Title="Our visitors" hspace="4" width="60" align="middle" vspace="2" border="0" src="http://counter.digits.net/wc/-d/4/JanisGardensCookbook" /> <a href="http://www.digits.net/">Counter courtesy of WebCounter</a> <p> <a href="https://www.aplus.net/">Hosted by <b>aplus.net</b></a> </p> </body> </html>