Top Rated Habanero Recipes

pork chop
Peaches and pork naturally go hand in hand, and nobody does it better than Matt Abdoo of the Pig Bleeker restaurant. Keep in mind that you have to brine the chops the day before so give youself a little time to prepare with this one.
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4.75
division of wealth
This handcrafted drink was created by Al Sotack, a bartender at Jupiter Disco in Brooklyn, New York. He says: “Wealth in Division gives a tribute to the adorned agave spirits of Mexico. This cocktail is bright, elegant and complex with a touch of heat.”This recipe is courtesy of Espolon Tequila.
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4.5
wontons
Crab wontons have nothing on these. The habanero cheese make these straight up rock stars – they’re sexy.This recipe is courtesy of DixieChikCooks
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4
Steak is one of my favorite proteins....ever. I have moments when I think it would be awesome to be a vegetarian, but then I think about steak and that whole notion gets tossed to the wind. Sometimes, you just need a quick steak fix and firing up the grill isn't an option. A good ole cast iron pan can do the trick in no time. For this steak, I seasoned it heavily with S & P, melted a good amount of butter in the pan and tossed in some fresh rosemary sprigs for added umami. When rosemary gets hot, oils are released that perfume the butter and steak. Think hot summer day, running your hands along a rosemary bush and how intoxicating the smell of your hands are for hours later. Now I'm longing for summer days. After the steak is cooked to your liking, remove it to a plate and top with a pat of Smoky Honey Habanero Butter. The heat from the steak will melt the spicy sweet deliciousness over it and it's good stuff. Really really really good stuff. Let's get to the recipe.
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4
Guacamole
This guacamole recipe, made with perfectly ripe avocados, lime, cilantro, chiles and red onion, is the perfect accompaniment to tortilla chips and Tex-Mex dishes. The key here is perfectly ripe avocados, they should be a bit soft to the touch. To speed up the ripening process, place rock-hard avocados in a paper bag with an apple or a banana for two to three days. 
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4
Grilled Diablo Oysters
Oysters on the half shell can wobble on the grill. That's a good thing — some butter will spill onto the coals, which smokes the oysters at the same time. Try serving these as an appetizer at your next backyard party. See all appetizer recipes.
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4
Cebiche Elegance
Peru's capital, Lima, is a city of many cebiche restaurants. In the summer, you can find all types of seafood, marinated with lime juice, salt, and a variety of ingredients for a bowl of super fresh flavors. In this case we’ve chosen to make a classic cebiche with one of New York's most favored fish: the fluke (in Peru we have a similar fish called the enguado). Its translucence and tenderness make it a wonderful vehicle for the refreshing and simple flavors of lime juice, cilantro, red onion, and aji. See all ceviche recipes. Loading... jwembed("video_box_player_inner", "refs=647", {"light":"1","width":"450","height":"338","skin":"player/mayamod.zip"} );
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This cocktail was developed by Justin Cairo of Penrose Bar, a neighborhood gastro pub located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. While visiting Cusco, Peru, Justin fell in love with the pisco sour and the many different variations of the sour that the locals offered, which inspired the creation of the El Campeon, amodern-day twist on a classic. Read More About Delicioso Ideas for National Margarita Day & Beyond.
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4
Crispy Chicken Street Tacos
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Inspired by Mexican food truck fare, this recipe uses traditional ingredients like habanero, garlic, cilantro and lime juice combined with crumbled cotjia cheese and Tyson® Crispy Chicken Strips for a new twist on an authentic family favorite.
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4
This Southeast inspired Bloody Maryis sure to please anyone who likes a little extra kick flavor to start their day. The creole mustard is a delightfully surprising replacement for the usual horseradish.
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4
Roadside Ahi Tuna Tostada
This tasty tuna tostada recipe come from Executive Chef Javier Plascencia of Romesco’s Mexiterranean Bistro. Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro is located in San Diego’s Bonita neighborhood and offers a delightful cuisine which can only be defined as “Mex-Med.” The restaurant boasts a menu created with authentic Mexican recipes prepared utilizing Mediterranean techniques. The result is a unique selection of dishes that delight food critics, locals and out-of-towners. Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro is part of a legendary group of family-owned restaurants, including Villa Saverios, Casa Plascencia, Caesar’s Restaurant, and Giuseppi’s located in Tijuana, along with Finca Altozano in Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada. The Plascencia family, well-known for impeccable hospitality and even better cuisine, proudly calls Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro San Diego’s “hidden gem.”  Family Chef Javier Plascencia gathers acclaim for his contributions to the food scene in Tijuana. The family’s most recent successes include restaurants Mision 19 and Mixologia Bar 20 in the Tijuana Business District. Click Here for More Ahi Tuna Recipes
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Chocolate Habañero Cake with Chocolate Avocado Buttercream
In Mexico, the pairing of chocolate and chile goes back hundreds of years. No news there. But the avocado buttercream is a new innovation. The avocado gives the frosting a really interesting vegetal note, and probably some nutritional value, yet it’s so rich it’s like throwing in an extra stick of butter. Chill the frosted cake before serving to allow the buttercream to set. At Hartwood, we bake the cake in a cast-iron skillet, but this recipe is for cake pans.This cake is quite spicy — you may want to use less chile powder the first time you make it. Excerpted from Hartwood by Eric Werner and Mya Henry (Artisan Books).
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2.5