Poll: Spicy foods yay or nay?
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View poll results: Spicy foods yay or nay?
Hell yea, keep it coming!
27 79%
Nope, I can't stand teh hotness.
1 3%
Rarly, I don't mind it every now and then
6 18%
Voters: 34.
#1
Ok pit, I know I love spicy foods! One of my favorite condiments is Sriracha sauce:

I eat jalapenos on pretty much everything from burgers to salad. What are some of the pits favorite spicy foods?
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#4
Sweet and sour soup is awesome, despite it's name suggesting it's not actually spicy it is .
Tom Yum Goong(Spelling?!) is awesome as well!
Can't go wrong with a good old curry and rice

Edit: A bowl of Pho with bulk Sriracha sauce is the greatest ****ing thing on the planet. GIVE ME NEOW!
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#7
Holy shit I'm eating pizza right now with that exact sauce

This stuff, = Win:


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#9
Curry is easily the nicest food ever. I can even eat vegetable curry and enjoy it when i can never usually enjoy vegetarian food.

Also anything tastes better with chilli in it.
#10
i love spicy food, but it's just as spicy coming out the other end which isn't as fun
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#11
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i love spicy food, but it's just as spicy coming out the other end which isn't as fun






Good lord i know.

I went to this little cafe and orderd an omlette with jalapenos. The had sooooo many fresh jalapenos in there that when I did finally drop the cosby kids off at the pool, I felt like my arsehole was being blowtorched.

But the omlette was so good.
#12
^^

Honestly i very rarely ever get the old ring of fire from hot food. I do sometimes how ever get a horrid stomach ache, that generally leads to the extinction of life in my toilet bowl.
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when I did finally drop the cosby kids off at the pool, I felt like my arsehole was being blowtorched.

But the omlette was so good.




between the truth of the statement and my delusion from lack of sleep, i loled hard...

edit: ^my stomach has never gotten upset from spices, though when i'm eating something really spicy i do get a warm feeling in my stomach
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#14
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Tom Yum Goong(Spelling?!) is awesome as well!
Can't go wrong with a good old curry and rice


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and yes, curry and rice is the best!

I actually went KFC in Thailand, and they have this Thai curry flavored breading, and ..I want the recipe. I will make my own. It's the best fried chicken i've ever eaten.
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#15
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between the truth of the statement and my delusion from lack of sleep, i loled hard...

edit: ^my stomach has never gotten upset from spices, though when i'm eating something really spicy i do get a warm feeling in my stomach


I like the warm feeling in my tummy. It feels good man.
#17
I dont understand how you guys can eat spicy foods, it just sets my tongue and mouth on fire and then I cant taste anything else because my mouth is on fire. Which leads to the stomach ache and then the trip to the bathroom...
#18
This is a really nice recipe for hot and sour soup! It looks long and hard, but it's actually very easy

Step 1:
You will need

* 2 cm ginger, chopped
* 4 cloves of garlic, chopped
* Half an onion, sliced
* 2 Thai chillies (or any other type), sliced
* 2 lemon grass stalks, chopped
* 1 tsp turmeric
* 1 tbsp brown sugar
* 2 tbsp vegetable oil
* 60 ml fish sauce
* 1 ltr chicken stock
* 60 ml rice wine vinegar
* 4 kaffir lime leaves
* a few basil leaves
* 1 tbsp of lime juice
* 1 chicken breast, cut into cubes
* 6 large shrimps peeled
* 4 tbsp of shredded cabbage
* a few coriander sprigs for garnish
* 2 saucepans
* 1 sieve
* 1 wooden spoon
* 1 ladle

Step 2:
Cook the vegetables
Warm the pan on a medium heat and add the oil. Let the oil heat up and add the onions. Slowly cook them for about 1 or 2 minutes and add the garlic and ginger. Stir and gently cook for a few minutes.
Step 3:
Add the liquid ingredients and spices
Add the chicken stock, lemongrass, lime leaves, basil, chillies, brown sugar, rice wine vinegar, fish sauce and finally the turmeric. Stir, bring to a simmer and cook for 15- 20 minutes.
Step 4:
Strain the soup
After about 15-20 minutes, strain the soup into the other pan with the aid of the sieve. Press out the remaining liquids with a spoon, give the sieve a shake and then discard its contents. Bring the soup to a slow simmer.
Step 5:
Cook the chicken and shrimps
When the soup has reached a simmer, add the chicken and cook for about 3-5 minutes. Next, add the shrimps, cook for a few minutes more and remove from the heat.
Step 6:Serve
Just before serving, add the lime juice to the soup and stir. In a serving bowl put the shredded cabbage and ladle the soup over the top. Garnish it with a few sprigs of coriander and serve! This recipe can be varied greatly. For example, the shrimps can be replaced with beef or pork. Experiment and enjoy.
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#21
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#24
Sriracha is pretty weak, but good on eggs and roast chicken and the like. I absolutely hate jalepenos, never got used to the taste. Habaneros on the other hand... now we're talkin'!

Any type of Indian curry is king. Pakistani and Portugese cuisines also have some amazing spicy food, not to mention East Asian stuff like Thai and Vietnamese foods (especially the soup, yum!).

Habanero salsa, preferably homemade with loads of garlic and cilantro, is also amazing.


Can never get it spicy enough though, especially in the US, though I guess much of Europe isn't so great either, and possibly even worse. No matter how spicy I ask for, it almost always comes out wimpy. In the Middle East or East Asia, on the other hand, I have to be more reserved much of the time or I'll have tears and snot flowing out of me like none other!


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#25
I just had the 'Blazin' wings at Buffalo Wild Wings. Not the hottest thing I've ever had by far, but I was sweating by the end
I'll never get em again though, they just don't taste good like their other hot wings.

Oh, and I eat jalapenos on pretty much everything too
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#27
This guy at the farmer's market in my town was selling ghost chilles last weekend.
The scoville thing reminded me. I guess the highest I've gone is the Habenero too.
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#28
I had a ghost chilli in hawaii once... Honestly it was more like an acidic burn then any sort of flavor or heat. I suffer geograph tongue though so that could be why. But seriously ghost chili's do not **** around >.>
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