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Chilli Chipotle Sloppy Joe Pizza

Add some spice to your favourite pizza toppings with our SpiceNites Chilli Chipotle seasoning.

Bacon & Tomato Spaghetti

Take a simple tomato & mascarpone pasta sauce to a new level with a pinch of Baconizer.

Patatas Bravas Roasties

A plateful of Patatas Bravas crispy roasties with a sweet and tangy tomato salsa.

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Jamaican Jerk Pizza

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Jamaican Jerk Sloppy Joe Pizza
You can use pork or beef mince - we kinda prefer pork for this one. Fry it up till all the liquid has been and gone and the meat starts to sizzle then add two tablespoons of our SpiceNite Chilli Chipotle seasoning and stir/fry one minute to wake up the fine spices then take off the heat. Spread the meat mixture over the top of a prebought pizza base with just tomato sauce on it. We like Crosta & Mollica sourdough pizza base. Sprinkle on plenty of lovely grated mozzarella and add some of those hot little peppers from a jar - they're cute. Or you could use the milder ones stuffed withcreamcheese. Bake at very hot until the cheese is good and melted. Tear apartwith your bare hands and savour the spicy mince, squidgy cheese and pops ofspicy little chillies.
Spaghetti with Smokey Bacon Tomato Mascarpone Sauce
Nice and creamy and smokey and bacony and takes about 20minutes. You'll need a tub of supermarket tomato mascarpone sauce, our Baconizer and a pack of spaghetti. Firstly put the water for the pasta on to boil. Then in a saucepan blend the sauce with two tablespoons of Baconizer. When the pasta water comes to the boil add pasta (as much as you want/need) and turn the sauce on to low heat. Stir the sauce occasionally while the pasta cooks (9 minutes about) and after 8 minutes add a tablespoon of the cooking water to the pasta sauce (top genuine Italian tip). Drain the pasta and mix with the sauce. That's it!
Krispy Roasties Patatas Bravas with Tomato Salsa
Love roasties? Love crispy nachos with salsa? Prefer roasties to Nachos? Yeah! Here's the ultimate snackette to go with a cold Mexican beer, a mojito or a tequila (we can't touch tequila since an interesting evening at the Texas Embassy Cantina back in the day - don't want to talk about it). It takes a bit of time like all the best things but here we go. Peel your spuds and boil them until they're still a bit hard - definitely not soft and falling apart. Drain them. Empty them into a bowl with Krispy Roasties Patatas Bravas and let then corn coating infused with smoked paprika and cayenne love them all over. With the oven turned up high pour some rapeseed oil into an oven tray with at least 3cm edge to it and warm it up. Take it out of the oven and add the spuds. Oven cook till golden and krrrrisp turning over once or twice with tongs. Meanwhile make your salsa by chopping lovely red sweet tomatoes, red onion, a clove of garlic and a small bunch of coriander leaf. Mix all together in a bowl with a squeeze of lime and a splash of white wine vinegar - and chopped red chilli too if you like! Let the salsa infuse together till the spuds are done and enjoy - love - the contrast of hot krispy spud with cooling salsa and maybe that hit of chilli. Happy tastebuds. Happy Days! PS Krispy Roasties Patatas Bravas are also brilliant with chipotle mayo's a snackette or serve them with roast pork.