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    I had this on the old board ( JB, I checked and its not a repost:D)

    This is absolutely the hottest way I have devised to cook chicken! Heat factor 10. You are warned!
    This is a very subjective recipe. I have been experimenting with it for a while, the key ingredient is fresh ground black pepper. About a cup of it! The other main thing is to use flavorful seasoning to brown the chicken with. There are alot of all kinds of peppers in it, you have to keep playing around with it.
    This time I did it like this:


    15 lbs chicken thighs and legs, skinned
    4 onions, rough chop
    3 green bell peppers, rough chop
    1 cup garlic, rough chop
    1 large bottle hot cherry peppers, diced, with liquid
    1/2 lb bacon diced
    2 green habanero peppers minced
    4 or 5 assorted hot peppers diced
    some dried hot peppers
    olive oil
    1 cup fresh ground black pepper
    crushed red pepper flakes
    cayene pepper
    1 can of chipotles in adobo sauce, minced and the sauce
    2 cups red wine
    salt
    oregano


    For the seasoning I mixed a bottle of Emerils essence and a cup of garlic powder, 2 Tbsp fresh ground black pepper and 2 Tbsp kosher salt.

    In a large pot,cook the bacon till crumbly. wilt the onions and green peppers for about 6-8 minutes in the bacon grease, add all the other chopped peppers and cook for 3 minutes. Add the garlic and cook for another minute. Lower heat to simmer.

    Season chicken and start browning insome olive oil, with the dried peppers in it, in batches in a large saute pan.

    As batches are done, put pieces in large pan with veggies. After every batch in the pot, grab a hand full of black pepper and throw it in! Also as you feel the need, shake some red pepper flakes and some cayene in there.



    After the last batch of chicken is browned, deglaze the pan with the wine and cook for 3 minutes or reduced by 1/2. Add to pot.

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    Okay cover and simmer.
    This is after 1 hour.


    After 2 hours, remember keep throwing pepper as needed, it can be tasted now!


    After 3 hours, its ready!




    Have some cooling method available!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    I had this on the old board ( JB, I checked and its not a repost:D)

    This is absolutely the hottest way I have devised to cook chicken! Heat factor 10. You are warned!
    This is a very subjective recipe. I have been experimenting with it for a while, the key ingredient is fresh ground black pepper. About a cup of it! The other main thing is to use flavorful seasoning to brown the chicken with. There are alot of all kinds of peppers in it, you have to keep playing around with it.
    This time I did it like this:


    15 lbs chicken thighs and legs, skinned
    4 onions, rough chop
    3 green bell peppers, rough chop
    1 cup garlic, rough chop
    1 large bottle hot cherry peppers, diced, with liquid
    1/2 lb bacon diced
    2 green habanero peppers minced
    4 or 5 assorted hot peppers diced
    some dried hot peppers
    olive oil
    1 cup fresh ground black pepper
    crushed red pepper flakes
    cayene pepper
    1 can of chipotles in adobo sauce, minced and the sauce
    2 cups red wine
    salt
    oregano


    For the seasoning I mixed a bottle of Emerils essence and a cup of garlic powder, 2 Tbsp fresh ground black pepper and 2 Tbsp kosher salt.

    In a large pot,cook the bacon till crumbly. wilt the onions and green peppers for about 6-8 minutes in the bacon grease, add all the other chopped peppers and cook for 3 minutes. Add the garlic and cook for another minute. Lower heat to simmer.

    Season chicken and start browning insome olive oil, with the dried peppers in it, in batches in a large saute pan.

    As batches are done, put pieces in large pan with veggies. After every batch in the pot, grab a hand full of black pepper and throw it in! Also as you feel the need, shake some red pepper flakes and some cayene in there.



    After the last batch of chicken is browned, deglaze the pan with the wine and cook for 3 minutes or reduced by 1/2. Add to pot.

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    15 pounds of chicken?
    What army are you feeding? Sounds tasty though.
    Hey careful man! There's a beverage here!
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    My lord...how can you eat that spicy stuff?

    My eyes burn just looking at the pictures!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobJohnson View Post
    My lord...how can you eat that spicy stuff?

    My eyes burn just looking at the pictures!
    Cast Iron Stomach and a very healthy appetite !
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Cast Iron Stomach and a very healthy appetite !
    Yeah, something. Plus a gastroenterologist on retainer?

    When younger and into my 20's and ealry 30's even mild salsa was hot to me....now I enjoy a little more heat and often crave spicy foods....it's strange how this has evolved with me.
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    Looks good Patty! I love spicy food too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldwater View Post
    Looks good Patty! I love spicy food too.
    Me too....but judging by this and his wing recipe, either he has a stomach of steel or those evening visits to the potty are very disturbing. :(
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    Believe it or not, I can handle any kind of pepper heat with no problems! The tasty hotter the better!
    But when it comes to tomato sauces I get killed with heart burn, go figure!

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    My eyes still water when I see those pictures.....too many peppers!!!

    My gosh.
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