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Poblano Pepper recipes

Please share if you have any great recipes using this delicious chile pepper. I've used it for fajitas, replacing the bell peppers i used to use. So help me out, share your great recipes, thanks a bunch!

Aug 09, 2010
BrianaElizabeth in Home Cooking

Poblano Pepper recipes

Thanks for the tip, i'm just a Texas girl, I figured fellow Texans would know some Poblano chile pepper recipes. I'm new as you know, I'll get the hang of it. Thanks once again.

Aug 09, 2010
BrianaElizabeth in Texas

Poblano Pepper recipes

I've just discovered this delicious pepper and I've used it for fajitas. I bought a few the other day while shopping, yet I have no desire to make the same dish. Does anyone have a great recipe using these peppers? I don't want them to go to waste. :)

Aug 09, 2010
BrianaElizabeth in Texas

Curry plant and curry leaf tree

Thanks Gio, LCherry, I feel dumb having used it for cooking. I'm young and I love to cook but have had no formal culinary training, I've found that my experience with cooking has become full of mistakes, practice, and research. When I used Google to figure out what plant I actually had I found a reply from Gio to a post on this subject back in 2007. Then I found this site which I'm happy to have found. I'm already learning. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

Aug 09, 2010
BrianaElizabeth in Texas

Curry plant and curry leaf tree

Thanks, where did you purchase your curry leaf tree? Would you please tell me which website? So I assume you make chicken curry, I'm curious about your recipe if you don't mind sharing, everyone makes it differently. I just love Indian food, I had a few dried curry leaves left but they are all gone. I used the curry plant once but it wasn't the same. Thanks for your reply.

Aug 07, 2010
BrianaElizabeth in Texas

Curry plant and curry leaf tree

I love making curry, I was taught by an Indian friend who is no longer around. She had a curry leaf tree, I recently purchased a curry plant which it was obvious to me that theres a big difference. I didn't use the curry plant as a substitute for the curry spice, but adding it to my dish defiantly made a big difference in flavor. But its not as good as the curry leaf tree. This is what my friends recipe called for. So I live in south Texas, the curry plant was easy to find but a curry leaf tree isn't as easily found. Where can I find one? Will it live in this harsh climate? And what is the difference between curry plant and curry leaf tree? Should they both be used in a chicken curry? Thanks for your help!

Aug 06, 2010
BrianaElizabeth in Texas