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Oven BBQ Chicken in Salsa Sauce
This easy chicken dish has only two ingredients - chicken and salsa sauce

Vegetable Barley Risotto
Tender vegetables and slow cooked barley bring visions of an old fashioned country farm meal but this quicker version is ready to take its place along side of spicy sirloin steak and be served elegantly to guests.

Hot N' Spicy Salt-Free Seasoning
Are you trying to cut back on salt but don´t want to miss out on flavor? This Hot´N´ Spicy Salt-Free Seasoning blend is something you can make yourself. The flavor is so full you will hardly miss the salt

Polenta with Onion Recipe
Polenta can be served as the base for a main dish and can be used much like pasta or rice. Good with thick, rich tomato based sauces.

Bean Dip With A Kick
Bean dip with a kick is a tasty and heathly way to snack and get your fiber too. Carrots — one of the richest sources of beta carotene — pair very well with this low-fat dip that only tastes rich and forbidden.

Hot and Spicy Monthly News Letter April 2004
Hot& Spicy Foods @ BellaOnline Monthly Newsletter Vol. One, Issue Eight

Fajita Frittata
Serve a tasty fritatta for brunch along with tortillas, salsa and a green salad.

Hot Spiced Lemon Appleade
This Hot Spiced Lemon Appleade recipe is from the SunKist people. This is a delicious drink. When you don't want another cup of coffee try this. You can double this recipe and keep it in the fridge, then pour a cup and pop it in the microwave.

Ghana - Fish With Pepper Sauce
In Ghana this fish with red pepper sauce is served with porridge. It is very good over rice.

Why Ordering Spicy Might Be Good For You
Do you love chili peppers? Go ahead and eat some more. Why? At only 4 calories per tablespoon, you don’t have to worry about weight gain. Another reason to munch down on chilies is that one tablespoon contains one-third of the daily intake of vitamin C needed.

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