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Here are the top ten articles for the Hot & Spicy Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Fruit Cobbler Recipe
Here in eastern United States the weather is getting chilly. Although fruit cobbler is great anytime, it is especially good in cool weather. Serving hot and spicy Chili or spicy wings? Bring on the fruit cobbler.
2. Raw Vegetables With Dipping Sauce
Raw fresh vegetables served with Roasted Red Pepper Dip, Cucumber Dill Dip will make you wonder why you don't have them more often.
3. Brown Rice Jambalaya Recipe
Brown rice jambalaya. A healthier version of a traditional taste. Commonly used white rice has been replaced with brown. Lighten meal; serve smaller portions, add a salad of Boston lettuce and plum tomatoes.
4. Fried Calamari Recipe
Do you love fried calamari but have never cooked it? It's easy to do, the trick is not to over-cook the little tubes.
5. Spicy Onion Relish Recipe
Make this spicy boardwalk onion relish for cookouts and BBQ´s. It´s quick, easy and excellent over frankfurters or sweet Italian sausage.
6. Curried Potatoes Recipe
I love the taste of curry. This recipe for curried potatoes is easy to make and makes a nice presentation. I believe its proper name is Oorla-Kayanga Kari.
7. Spicy Meat Puff Pastry Recipe
Phyllo (or filo) pastry dough is one of the things that should be kept in your freezer at all times. It is almost impossible to make a mistake with this dough.
8. Shrimp with Peppers, Onions and Potatoes Recipe
Shrimp with peppers, onions and potatoes sauteed in zesty Italian dressing. There is no seasoning for you to do, the Italian dressing does it all.
9. Indian-Style Broiled Chicken Recipe
A yogurt based marinade is the secret to these delicious India sytle broiled juicy and tender chicken breasts.
10. Pork Chops Etouffee Recipe
You can think of Pork Chops Etouffee as a fancy name for smothered pork chops. Your bread of choice should be a tasty coarse wheat bread from your local bakery.
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