As I write this, my husband is sitting next to me chowing down. He just gave me a thumbs up and quite a few moans of pleasure. Needless to say, he really really likes these. And I quote “I love having a different style of ribs instead of the same old bbq version. You get an A++ on this one.”
Minimal preparation in this recipe too. I used my mandolin on the second lowest setting and sliced up the onions and apples in a minute. Easy peazy.
These are for the paleo foodie for sure. Tender, fall off the bone and a touch of sweet. Searing the tops for a minute or two made these perfect. You can absolutely eat them without searing but its worth the extra minute for the extra amount of flavor.
This fruity healthy salsa can be used so many different ways. On fish tacos, chicken, pork or even…ice cream.
Don’t laugh, top a scoop of vanilla ice cream with this salsa. The sweet and spice of the salsa dances with the creamy sweet ice cream on your taste buds beautifully. Seriously, it’s really good.
This recipe is really easy and has one of my all time favorite peppers, Peppadew. I love this pepper because it’s got a great mild kick to it and it’s sweet too. Plus it adds a nice pop of color to your salsa. I put these peppers in my scrambled eggs, on portabella pizzas and in my stuffed peppers too. They have a mild heat combined with sweet. I love them so much!
I have found Peppadew peppers at World Market and Whole Foods but Amazon also sells them here. I usually only use 3 or 4 per whatever recipe I’m making so the jar lasts me a while. This is a super versatile pepper. I love them so much (in case you didn’t read that the first time)!