Jessica Hoerman
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I know how to make hot pepper infused tequila - why should I get all modernist and cook it sous vide?Because, when I want spicy tequila, I want it as soon as possible. Regular infused tequila needs to steep overnight; by adding gentle heat, I can have spicy tequila ready in under an hour.And, it’s easier to vary the amount of heat. I found 45 minutes at 135°F to be the perfect amount of time - it transfers the jalapeno taste and the right amount of spicy heat. If you want the jalapeno flavor…

I know how to make hot pepper infused tequila - why should I get all modernist and cook it sous vide?Because, when I want spicy tequila, I want it as soon as possible. Regular infused tequila needs to steep overnight; by adding gentle heat, I can have spicy tequila ready in under an hour.And, it’s easier to vary the amount of heat. I found 45 minutes at 135°F to be the perfect amount of time - it transfers the jalapeno taste and the right amount of spicy heat. If you want the jalapeno flavor…

One-Pot Mexican Rice with Black Beans and Corn - TODAY.com

One-Pot Mexican Rice with Black Beans and Corn - TODAY.com