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I’m not much of a cook, so I certainly don’t want to pretend I’ve come up with a bunch of cayenne pepper recipes on my own, but since I love spicy food, I have found several recipes online to spice up my diet with some great flavor. They also happen to be easy cayenne recipes too. Why work hard when you don’t have to? So with that mind, here are some of my favorite recipes for cayenne pepper.
When it comes down to it, cayenne peppers are quite a bit hotter than jalapenos. In fact, on the Scoville heat index, cayenne peppers range from 30,000 to 50,000. You can usually find cayenne peppers in fresh, dried or ground form in your local grocery store. These peppers are rather hot when they are picked right from the vine. If you take a bite out of a fresh cayenne pepper, you will experience the same kind of rush that you might from eating a lot of dark chocolate. This is from the endorphins that are released in your system when … Continue reading
This recipe comes from the McCormick website, probably the most popular brand of spices at your local supermarket. Naturally most of the ingredients called for in their recipe are made by McCormick. You can buy McCormick Spices on Amazon. I really like this spice rub for baby back ribs (and other kinds of ribs) because it is simple to prepare and tastes yummy. It is also made with two of our favorite ingredients on this website: cayenne pepper and maple syrup. Prep time is only 10 minutes, but it requires 1 hour and 10 minutes in the oven. This recipe … Continue reading
Cayenne pepper is also called red pepper and is grown in South and Central America. The scientific name for cayenne pepper is Capsicum frutescens. Itâ€™s a part of the capsicum family and is just the right ingredient to give any dish a little more zest. Cayenne pepper is used as a spice when cooking and as a condiment to kick up a recipeâ€™s taste. This is a very healthy food as it provides vitamins A, B complex, C, beta carotene, calcium and potassium. The health benefits offered in cayenne peppers make them an excellent addition to just about any recipes. … Continue reading