Monday, June 27, 2011

diy: chili/salt fruits dipping sauce

summer is the best season for fresh, crunchy, juicy fruits! I love it! here's something my mom made and taught me to make to go great with sour/sweet fruits for dipping. it's so easy and can be found in your cupboard.

some rooster brand garlic, chili pepper


put a few teaspoons of the chili into a pan (depending on how lumpy and spicy you want it) and add an equal amount of salt. turn on medium heat and stir until everything is fried and blended together. let it cool...pour into a container and dip with your favorite fruit! I love it with pineapples, nectarines, peaches, watermelons, mangos...the options are endless! leave to store at room temp. and it'll last a whole week! make as much as you need. you'll love it!

doesn't it look delicious? the garlic gives it a kick!

sweet and sour crunchy nectarine dipped with chili, salt mmmmmmm


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Amyboo said...

Oooo this looks delicious for more than just fruit! It seems like a good spread for bread! :)

Angelique said...

Mmmmm... Maybe I should eat more fruits this summer. LOL

Great idea G! :D

cryskay said...

i looove dipping fruits into chilli. sooo good. add some lemon/lime as well and i'm good to go! xx

Michelle said...

This looks absolutely yummy!!

Chau said...
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omgosh! such a great and simple recipe!! so trying this out! thanks!

Dana Yoshimizu said...

I do something similar to this. But the powder that I use is like chili, salt, and lemon! :) yummmm....