Some jalapeños are very spicy; others aren’t. If, at the end, the dish isn’t spicy enough for you, use cayenne to bump up the heat. Get a head start by prepping the ingredients in advance and refrigerating them (covered) up to 4 hours ahead.
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A very simple, quick and delicious recipe. Added the jalapeno per the recipe and it was the perfect heat. The mixture of sauteed onions, jalapenos and roasted peppers would be an excellent addition to many other vegetable sautes. Watch the cook time of the carrots; much better when they still have a little firmness to them. Got lots of "yums" from the whole family.
This was a delicious addition to a dinner party. I added 1/2 an extra jalepeno and seeded half. Next time I will leave all the seeds and maybe add more, but we like it spicy. I also shopped the carrots smaller, just seemed more practical to make them bite size. It was great, unusual, very in season and got a lot of compliments. I would definitely make it again.
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