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SheriBerry
Wednesday, April 18, 2007, 1:19pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I'm trying to  make a mexican style chili for my husband, who  is AB.  I'm using ground lamb,  tomatoe, chili powder, cumin, pinto beans... but I need something to give it some zing..   since red pepper and all other peppers are out for AB, I am stuck... any help here?
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Curry powder !
I can't do chilli powder at all isn't it an avoid?
I am interested in other ideas to since I haven't had any chilli for a long time.
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the typebase says chili powder is neutral for AB.....

I was hoping to do something other than  curry because I use curry all the time... was looking for some other flavor and  style!    I'll let you know how it tastes!
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Maybe some turmeric...I know it is in the curry, but just alone it has a taste of its own.

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your right on the chilli powder, I had to got take a look too.
it's sure an avoid for me  
I was a spice and hot pepper fiend until the BTD and now after getting away from all that my body is so much happier
let is know how it turns out
I would guess it wouldn't fit in your chilli but I really like mint leaves with lamb or ground turkey meat balls Just wounderful tastes that compliment each other so well.
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bšš for the chili for me too ...but do you know if your AB-chen is an A2B if so he/she can have the red bellpeppers and they are soooo yummi
and then my dearle, just go for a big pshitt of dried ginger, makes it spicy but not hot...hot...likewise the chilis  then please add some coriandre & cardamom.....and some curcuma as well or hot currypowder

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oh thank you all for the suggestions! I'm going to cook this tonight and will let you know how it turns out..
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When I need some heat I use ground mustard.  It doesn't have the nice flavor of chillis, but it's pretty spicy.  You might try just sprinkling it on each individual bowl.  Another thing I've done is use raw garlic.  If you put peeled shallots and peeled garlic in the food processor, then cover with olive oil and process, you get a great spicy spread that goes nicely on top of soups, bread, whatever.  If this is cooked, it looses all its heat.  But used raw, it'll make your nose run.    And isn't that the point?


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Ginger can also add some heat; not sure how it would taste in chili, though.


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Fresh ginger adds a nice 'hot' depth of flavor, along with providing spiciness and a subtle sweetness.

Freshly grated horseradish may work, as well.

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Dried Greek oregano and Spanish smoked paprika (sweet) fried together with the base of olive oil + onions+garlic+turmeric+cumin+chile powder. You can also add strips of fresh pimento (a neutral red pepper for AB).
The oregano and the smoked paprika lift it out of the ordinary, especially if you can get hold of the good quality imported stuff. Greek oregano is generally wild harvested when it is flowering which is when it is at its most pungent, (the essential volatile oils are at their most concentrated when the plant is flowering which is why the dried Greek buches are covered with buds). Fresh oregano leaves are fine but do not impart the same depth of flavour. Good quality slow wood smoked paprika is ravishing.
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Sounds interesting...

Thank you for sharing your spice tip, eh.

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Anytime, Alia.
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