The Red Hot Chile Sauce Book
- Oct 2013
- 144 pages
About the author
Dan May once worked as a landscape photographer, producing images used by companies all over the world. His love of some of the most remote places on the globe first brought him into close contact with chiles, so he started to grow them in 2005. Before he knew it, he had the world’s most northerly chile farm. Trees Can’t Dance now supplies a range of chili sauces throughout the UK, Europe, the Middle East and beyond.
Arranged by geographical region, from Africa and the Mediterrean to South America and the Caribbean, this book is bursting with exciting flavours. Spanning mild to super spicy, here you’ll find all kinds of traditional offerings from around the globe. Every recipe is easy, versatile and comes with a serving suggestion, for example the La Kama spice blend from Morocco goes well with chicken or pulses; the eye-wateringly hot Ethiopian Berbere Paste adds depth and pizzazz to casseroles as well as making an unusual and memorable dip; and anchiote paste from Mexico’s Yucatán pairs perfectly with pulled pork, turkey or rice. As well as plenty of short, simple recipes for sauces and marinades, there are bigger recipes for truly impressive and authentic dishes, such as Moroccan tagines, Indian curries and Mexican classics.