From the Vitality Food Feature ‘FIRE UP YOUR WINTER MEALS‘.
(Makes 1 cup)
1) In a food processor, combine garlic and ginger. Process until finely chopped. Add onion and process until finely chopped. Add cayenne peppers and process until finely chopped. Add lemon verbena, cilantro, rosemary, peppercorns, coriander, cumin, and salt. Process and, with the motor running, add the sesame oil through the opening in the lid. Process until a smooth paste is achieved.
2) Spoon into a clean jar and cap with the lid. Use immediately or store in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 weeks.
3) One thing I have noticed since taking pleasure in cayenne and other chile peppers is that they become addictive so that I’m cooking with them often. At the same time, I’m able to tolerate hotter and hotter pepper types, which keeps me engaged and keen to learn more about these unpredictable pods.
Pat Crocker's mission in life is to write with insight and experience, cook with playful abandon, and eat whole food with gusto. As a professional Home Economist (BAA, Ryerson U., Toronto) and Culinary Herbalist, Pat’s passion for healthy food is fused with her knowledge and love of herbs. Her wellness practice transitioned over more than four decades of growing, photographing, and writing about what she calls, the helping plants. In fact, Crocker infuses the medicinal benefits of herbs in every original recipe she develops. An award-winning author, Pat has written 23 herb/healthy cookbooks, including The Healing Herbs Cookbook,The Juicing Bible, and her latest books, Cooking with Cannabis and The Herbalist’s Kitchen. www.patcrocker.com
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