Sunday, July 19, 2009

A Hot Rediscovery

Ricey Jim Beam

I stumbled across Jim Beam Hot Sauce in the foreign products aisle of my local supermarket. I'm a great fan of spicy food, so despite it's 5 euro price tag (oh yes the import tax can be quite disturbing on certain products!) I snatched it up. Apart from going to the chinese/africain epiceries, in France it's very hard to find spices. They are not the vindaloo loving nation like the British!

I had forgotten just how hot this sauce was! So I've toned the amount down for this next recipe so you don't end up in the same discomfort as I did!

Ricey Jim Beam


100g basmati rice
1 tsp jim beam hot sauce
1 tin of string beans
2 tblsp olive oil
1 onion, chopped
1 tsp cayenne pepper
50g cooked chorizo, chopped


1.Cook the rice in a large saucepan of salted water
2.Once the rice is cooked heat the oil gently in a large frying/griddle pan
3.Add the onions and cayenne pepper, stir until the onions start to soften
4.Add the rice, string beans, chorizo and jim beam sauce
5.Stir together over a medium heat until the rice has taken on a light red colour
6.Serve with bread and/or crème fraiche

Serves : 4
Preparation time : 5 mins
Cooking time : 30 mins


paris parfait said...

Guess that's similar to Tobasco Sauce? The recipe sounds delicious!

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