Chilli relish
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Chilli relish
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:14:43 AM. Recipe ID 43763. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chilli relish
 Categories: Sauce
      Yield: 4 Servings
           Olive oil to fry in
      1    Relatively large onion
      1 lg Chilli (the unidentified
           -green ones in supermarkets:
           -the ones with "hot" written
           -on the shelf edge)
      2    Cloves garlic (or maybe
      1 tb Lime juice (bottled - saves
           -limes ;)
    1/2 tb Dark soy sauce
      1 tb (level) curry powder
      1 ts Peppercorns (they come in
           -liquid in a jar)
  Here's a little something a friend and I cooked up last night. It's a
  relish-type-thing, and we used it in buns with quarterpounders. It was
  absolutely gorgeous!!!
  Chop the onion into leetle bits and chuck it in the frying pan with
  the olive oil. Chop up the garlic into little chunks (i.e. don't
  quite mince it) and chuck it in. Chop the Chilli, remove the seeds,
  and chop that into teensy leetle bits. Chuck it in. Pop in the
  peppercorns too. Fry it all until the onions go a bit on the brownish
  side. Lob in the lime juice and the soy sauce. Keep stirring and
  frying. Add the curry powder once everything's just about cooked
  nicely, and stir in (it absorbs the excess juice / sauce, and coats
  the onions &stuff). Keep frying for about a minute or two.
  Do whatever you want with it! I've been thinking about shoving it in a
  jacket potato, with butter and huge quantites of cheese... Mmmmm...
  From the Chile-Heads recipe list.  Downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe

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Recipe ID 43763 (Apr 03, 2005)

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