jalapeno cornbread
This twist on a classic cast-iron pan cornbread includes jalapeños, corn, cheddar cheese and green onions. It’s crispy on the sides and bottom but soft on the inside.
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4.5
Salsa with fish
This sweet, spicy and flavorful salsa is great spooned over almost any white fish, grilled chicken or pork. Click here to see the recipe for Quickly-Cooked Halibut.
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4.285715
Jalapeño-Thyme Lassi Recipe
Mango and thyme? The unusual combination works wonders. Try this and other killer tequila cocktails for summer.
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4
This creamy fun dip is ideal for a tailgating or homegating event — it'll rock the socks off your guests. Remember to serve warm and enjoy!
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4
Spice up your chicken with this easy sauce filled with bold citrus flavors. This is a great recipe to use leftover chicken. 
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4
Wild Mahimahi and Jalapeño Quesadillas
Quick, simple, and delicious, these quesadillas let the clean flavors of mahimahi truly shine. I like a fair amount of heat in my "Mexican" food but if you want to tone it down, just use fewer jalapeños. Click here to see Quesadillas to Suit Every Taste.
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4
Use these spicy peppers chopped up in guacamole, with scrambled eggs, on top of tacos, or in sandwiches. (I'm sure you can come up with other creative ways to use them as well.) If you like things spicy, then this is a great ingredient to have on hand in your refrigerator. It takes ten minutes to make and then it just needs to sit unwatched in the refrigerator for 24 hours. You can also make this with other types of chile peppers and slice them into rounds intead of keeping them whole. Click here to see more pickling recipes and tips.  
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4
Pickled Jalapeño Burger
There’s nothing better than tangy pickled jalapeños  — except maybe a burger topped with them. This burger gets extra heat from the jalapeños mixed into the beef and the pepper jack cheese melted on top. Make the pickled jalapeños at least a day in advance for the best flavor. 
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Jalapeño Mojito Recipe
Like slothful shaking, improper muddling ruins more cocktails than bad liquor ever did. To do it right, make sure you have a long muddler so you don’t scrape your knuckles on the rim of the glass, and that it’s not made of lacquered wood (that stuff chips off and gets into your drink). Muddle in a pint glass or shaker cup — something sturdy — on a stable surface. Standing over your cup, press down and twist until all the juice is squeezed out of the fruit and the herbs are bruised but not pulverized. Try this recipe for my Jalapeño Mojito to perfect your muddling skills.
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3.666665
Honeyed Jalapeno Deviled Eggs
Save time on your deviled eggs and buy Eggland's Best hard cooked peeled eggs. Recipe courtesy of Eggland's Best. 
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3.2
Add a spicy kick to your next panini. The touch of spicy mustard completes this delicious sandwich.
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A spiced-up version of traditional cranberry sauce that works well with a simple, roasted turkey.
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2.87879