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5 Must-try Banhoek Chilli Oil Recipes

When it comes to elevating your culinary creations, few condiments can compete with the bold and fiery flair of Banhoek Chilli Oil (BCO). From the early morning breakfast to the late-night dinner, and all the delicious treats in between, BCO is the secret ingredient that can transform any dish, be it sweet or savoury. We’re bringing you the top 5 Banhoek Chilli Oil recipes that are guaranteed to knock your socks off.

BCO Italian Pizza Perfection

BCO Italian Pizza

Picture yourself in a rustic Italian kitchen with the aroma of freshly baked pizza floating through the air. BCO Taste Kitchen’s very own Chef UI-rick has graciously unveiled his Italian pizza recipe, and it’s a game-changer. Fun fact: Banhoek Chilli Oil was inspired by the love for pizza, making it the perfect pairing. So, when you drizzle BCO over your homemade pizza, you’re not just adding heat; you’re adding to the authentic Italian touch.

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Spicy Banhoek Chilli Oil Butterflied Prawns

If you’re looking to elevate your dining experience, look no further. This recipe features butterflied prawns, expertly prepared and infused with the bold flavours of Banhoek Chilli Oil. It’s a celebration of the succulence of head-on prawns, heightened by the spicy kick of the chilli oil. But it’s not just about the heat; it’s about transforming an ordinary dish into something extraordinary.

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Spicy Gypsy Salad Recipe

Sometimes, it’s the dressing that makes a salad captivating. This vegetable salad is as colourful as gypsies, and it’s a busy dish with vibrant colours. It’s the perfect accompaniment to any main course. The dressing, infused with Banhoek Chilli Oil, adds a spicy twist to the entire salad, making it a wonderful starter.

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The BCO Taste Kitchen’s “Turkish Breakfast”

The Turkish Breakfast at The Kitchen is a delightful morning indulgence, and now you can recreate it at home. While not everyone has falafel and hummus on hand, you can still enjoy the experience. The real showstopper here is the Banhoek Chilli Oil. It plays perfectly with the creamy yoghurt and poached eggs, adding that kick that makes this breakfast truly special.

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Banhoek Chilli Oil Pumpkin Soup

As Halloween season approaches and pumpkins become abundant, what better way to utilise them than by making a pumpkin soup? Dive into the ultimate flavour symphony as creamy pumpkin soup dances with a tantalising medley of spices. The addition of Banhoek Chilli Oil adds a depth of flavour and a hint of heat that makes this soup perfect for warming up those chilly evenings.

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Whether you’re a culinary enthusiast or simply looking to spice up your meals, Banhoek Chilli Oil is your secret weapon. From morning to night, these recipes will not only tantalise your taste buds but also leave you craving for more. So, grab your bottle of BCO and go on a foodie journey that’s sure to impress your family and friends.

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Banhoek Chilli Oil Pumpkin Soup

Banhoek Chilli Oil Pumpkin Soup

Ingredients:

  • +-1.2 kg whole pumpkin (chopped)
  • 1 medium onion (chopped
  • 400 g potato (peeled and cubed)
  • 20 ml Banhoek Chilli Oil
  • 50 g butter
  • 2 cloves garlic (peeled and chopped)
  • 1/4 cup sauvignon blanc
  • 1 cup stock (veg/chicken/beef)
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1/2 tsp all spice
  • 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
  • 250 ml pouring cream

Method:

  • Pre-heat oven to 200 degrees celsius.
  • Cut the pumpkin in half lengthwise and remove the seeds.
  • Place pumpkin skin side up in a big enough oven tray and add water (about 1cm), cover with foil and bake for 40-45 minutes.
  • While you’re waiting, cut the onion and garlic and set aside.
  • Peel and cube the potato and place in water.
  • Take a big enough pot, add the Banhoek Chilli Oil, butter and sauté onions and garlic on low heat until translucent.
  • Add the wine, let the alcohol cook off.
  • Add the stock and potato and simmer until potato is completely soft.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Pumpkin: After 40 minutes, take a fork and pierce the skin of the pumpkin. If there is no resistance, pumpkin is completely cooked. With a spoon, remove all the flesh and add to the pot with potato.
  • Add all the spices and cream and cook for another 5 minutes on low heat, stirring occasionally to prevent burning.
  • Blend till smooth
  • Serve and enjoy with freshly baked bread, toasted bread, croutons or even toasted crushed hazelnuts.

Optional variations:

You can add protein (bacon, chicken or beef)

Vegan substitutes:

Swap cream for extra veg stock or milk alternative

Swap butter for coconut oil, rapeseed oil etc.