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Dish too spicy (Read 30835 times)
Reply #60 - 09/27/10 at 22:38:53
WebDesign36   Ex Member

 
I learnt the spicy kitchen in asia. Tere was a lot of spicy food and I liked it.
 
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Reply #61 - 10/10/10 at 04:24:42
mundo   Ex Member

 
its best to add the spices as you go then when you are tasting while cooking you will be able to tell if the dish needs more spices.
 
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Reply #62 - 10/18/10 at 11:13:34

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As others have rightly mentioned, to reduce the amount of spice, you'll need to add some water and then reheat the recipe.
 
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Reply #63 - 10/20/10 at 06:36:52
Juba   Ex Member

 
Adding some lime and water to dilute works wonders on  over spiced food. I guess it's always a good idea to taste as you cook.
 
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Reply #64 - 10/24/10 at 18:02:50
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Adding some yogurt can reduce the amount of spice.  I have heard that always eating spicy food can cause hemorrhoids.
 
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Reply #65 - 11/02/10 at 21:03:54

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Pour a lil bit of more water into it..
 
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Reply #66 - 11/18/10 at 15:14:41
Danj   Ex Member

 
Spicy food is great, but my friend made the same mistake.

far to many chillies.

the secret is dairy fat. water won't touch it as the heat is fat soluble so doesn't get diluted.

so mix in some sour cream into the dish or so yoghurt. the fat in it absorbs the heat
 
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Reply #67 - 11/25/10 at 11:57:06
Hannah   Ex Member

 
I am also a big fan of Spicy - Peper and Chilli is my fav
 
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Reply #68 - 11/26/10 at 01:33:22
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Spicy stuff is the best to be honest, what do you think?
 
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Reply #69 - 11/28/10 at 15:51:23
Colby   Ex Member

 
I would suggest to create a new dish & then just maybe add a little of the 1st for extra flavor.
 
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Reply #70 - 11/28/10 at 19:46:58
katuh   Ex Member

 
I agree. Im so happy I found this site as well, it has some amazing tips that I will be using in the future.
 
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Reply #71 - 11/30/10 at 01:03:38
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Thank you for the topic..
 
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Reply #72 - 07/21/11 at 23:34:21

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Adding some amount of sugar or honey will be better option to reduce spiciness of the dish.I have tried it and I felt it gives different flavor to the dish.
 
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Reply #73 - 08/09/11 at 22:33:52

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Thanks for any new information.
 
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