Aunt Linda and Grandma are on their over and you haven’t been to the grocery store in a week. This takes about an hour from start to finish with only 15 minutes of prep. When they walk in the door, the aroma will knock them on their rear ends and after it’s gobbled down, they’ll be searching their purses for pen and paper to jot this one down.
- 1 cup flour
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 4 tablespoons olive oil
- 2 habaneros, diced
- ½ an onion, thinly sliced
- 1 tablespoon oregano
- 2 ounces sharp cheddar, cut with vegetable peeler
- Preheat oven to 450. Mix flour and salt, then add 1½ cups water, mix until it is smooth (it will be thin). Add cheese. Cover and let it sit as long as you can (at least 10 minutes).
- After oven is fully preheated (this is very important), put oil in cast iron skillet with onions, oregano and habaneros and put in oven for 5 minutes (nice and hot). Take it out of the oven, pour in the batter and then pop it back in and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Flatbread will be crispy and brown when done. Next time you’re over at Aunt Linda’s, she’ll have one of these in the oven claiming she came up with the recipe herself.
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What could happen?This is why you never eat habaneros raw! He DOES live!
Means "from Havana" (Cuba).
Although they may not actually be.
Most agree, habanero peppers are the most flavorful. And if they DON'T agree, send them to us and we'll straighten them out.
They are green (unripe) red, orange, white, brown and sometimes pink.
Most habaneros rate 200,000 to 300,000 Scoville heat units. THIS IS HOT MY FRIEND!
Nothing matches the habaneros flavor or aroma.
More "HOT" facts:
Almost all mammals find habaneros hot, but birds do not. really.
You can preserve by 1) making jam, 2) drying (all heat-no flavor), 3) freezing or 4) pickling.
Habaneros are the hottest NATURAL pepper (The Naga Viper is hotter but is a hybrid-man made).
Today they are mostly grown in Mexico, Panama, Belize, Columbia, Costa Rica, Idaho, Texas and California.
Mexico eats the most habaneros.
Most habaneros rate 200,000 to 300,000 Scoville heat units.
In recipes 5 jalapenos = 1 habanero
Most people think the seeds are the hottest part of a pepper. The heat is actually produced by a substance called capsaicin, near the skin (inner wall) of the habanero.