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Jalepenos on Toast

Written By Srimathi Mani on Thursday, October 20, 2011 | 7:25 PM

I am absolutely addicted to this toast ever since I tasted it a few months ago. This is a recipe created by my brother- in-law Shaker. I had no idea as to what he was preparing in the kitchen, but the whole house smelled heavenly. The aroma led me into the kitchen. Taking a peek I found him sauteing jalapenos for his toast. I shamelessly demanded for a toast and he was nice enough to make me one. Spice was something that I expected, but the flavorful and aroma from each bite totally took me by surprise. I loved it so much that I told him that it was going to be blogged. Sometimes I add onions to it but the one posted below is true to the original recipe. This is such a neat snack/treat to a person who enjoys spice. I would totally serve bite size pieces at a party as an appetizer.



Gadgets:

Wok
Spatula
Toaster
Measuring Spoon
Butter Spreader.
Cutting Board
Knife


Ingredients:

Bread - 2 slices ( any kind, I found artisan bread tasted awesome in this recipe)
Jalapeno - 4 sliced
Salt
Butter - 2 tbsp
Oil - 1 tsp



Preparation:

1. Heat the wok. Add oil, allow to warm up and then add the jalapeno slices. Saute it on high for a few minutes. Add some salt and mix well. Remove form heat.

2.Toast 2 slices of bread  and spread the butter on top of it.Arrange the jalapenos on top and have them. (Believe me you will not stop with 2 slices)




11 comments:

  1. Yummy toast....and nice idea of adding jalepenos

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  2. Never tried jalapeno in sandwich...kool idea..

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  3. Sounds mouthwatering,Love it! Wonderful!

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  4. Loved the super delicious jalapenos topping...:) Sure it must have tasted spicy..:)
    Reva

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  5. Omg, seriously its quite an interesting toast, loving it.

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  6. Very tempting and innovative! I loved the concept. Lovely blog too!

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  7. I always love toasted Jalapenos and sure I am going to love this a lot yumm :)

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  8. Delicious, Love it, but it looks super spicy for me.

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  9. Very spicy and yummy looking toast, love your space. Do stop by mine when time permits www.sensibleveg.com

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  10. Wow!.DeliciDear Blogger Friend,Wish U a Warm and Happy Diwali.Enjoy the Festivities with taste-filled delights,Safe and Delicious Memorable Moments - Regards, Christy Geraldous blog of wonderful recipes U have.Glad to follow U .

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