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Boston Baked Beans
You don’t have to go to Boston for these baked beans! These candy covered peanuts are perfect to crunch on all day long!
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You don't have to go to Boston for these baked beans! These candy covered peanuts are perfect to crunch on all day long!
|Chilli de arbol is a fiery hot chilli, often used in Mexican soups and sauces. Although its name implies that the chillies grow on trees, the long, elegant chilli de arbol actually hang from the branches of a wiry shrub, which grows a few feet off the ground. The arbol chillies turn a brilliant red colour when ripe, and are then sun-dried to intensify the spicy hot flavours. Chilli de arbol is primarily used for its hotness. While other milder Mexican chillies like ancho and mulato are known for their fruity-smoky flavours, arbols are best known for their firey heat – most commonly used in a condiment, or for giving dishes an exciting kick. So don’t remove the seeds of chilli de arbol...but embrace the hotness. Fry the chilli a little oil, or dry-fry on a skillit to release the flavours, before blending into a sauce, or chopping finely into a salsa. Best before 1st March 2018|
American Ruffles are SO last month. Spice up your day with these Mexican Ruffles in queso flavor! Cheese, lime, and just a bit of spice come together to make a taste that doesn't need any salsa or dip to enhance it!
Coated tamarind PulparinDots from De La Rosa filled with mango salted tamarind pulp that will surely have your taste buds screaming for more!
|Cascabel chillies are a deep red-brown, cherry-shaped Mexican variety, renowned for their nutty, smoky flavours and gentle spiciness. ‘Cascabel’ is the Spanish for ‘little bell’, and refers to the shape as well as the rattling of seeds inside a dried pod. The rich flavour of cascabel chillies makes them a great addition to tamales, salsas and stews. Dry fry the chillies to intensify their aromas. Then soak them in warm water to soften, and blend the cascabels into a paste or cut them into thin slivers. These slivers are particularly good stirred through plain rice. This 1kg pack is ideal for catering purposes. A smaller 40g pouch of cascabel chilli is also available. Ingredients: cascabel chilli.|
Coated tamarind PulparinDots from De La Rosa filled with extra spicy salted tamarind pulp that will surely have your taste buds screaming for more!
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