Tasty Habanero Pepper Onion Sauce
Spice up that meal
Well, how is life treating you? Well, I enjoy having a little spice in my life. We must always remember what has brought us from where we were? What has made us into what we are. It is the little things that makes a difference in life. I have learned that changes brings challenges and that makes life interesting. Enjoy changes as it spices up life as long as we can respect ourselves. Keeping the same routine in life sometimes causes security but with changes you learn more and celebrate life.
Fall is here and our children needs to learn about life as they encounter the changes in their life. I feel as if I am reliving my life with my teen. Honestly, I am happy I have been there and done that. It sure was not an easy time but quite enjoyable. Filled with fears and challenges. I used to walk a mile and really did not feel like a mile. I touched based with nature feeling the sunshine and felt the wind breezing by. It was considered safe compared to how it is now. Oh some days I would be fortunate to get a ride if my friends were on time. Those walking days sure kept us slender and in shape. The best times were meeting different friends on the way home and we would have some very interesting topics. It is so great to remember all the girls we would walked with and talked with until we said goodbye. Great walking down memory lane and spice in life.
It is great to remember those day and a reminder to permit my teen to enjoy those changes and grow with the challenges and celebrate life with love and joy as they overcome each obstacles. Encourage them to explore nature and enjoy sports and outdoor activities.
Now, I will share with you a spice of life that will change the taste of your food and delight others to eat more. The spices of the food makes your meal even more delicious. It enhances the flavor and appreciate the taste. Cumin, thyme, all spice, cinnamon are but a few spices the brings out the flavor. Today, I share with you a tasty Habanero Pepper Onion Sauce to make that taste so good, others will ask for the recipe.
My Habanero Pepper & Onion Sauce
A tasty sider to most meals in latin america. It adds flavor and spices up the food you eat.
- 2 Habanero chile (pepper)
- 4 onions thinly sliced
- several spice seed
- The seed in a pepper is the spice of the pepper. If it burns your hand while cutting, it will be hot and spicy. It is best to use a glove while cutting pepper. You cut or sliced into whatever size you wish. The onions should be thinly sliced or cubed. Some add the onions and chopped pepper into vinegar and water to taste. But I cooked the onions in a bit of hot water for a minute or two. Then add to the mixture of water and vinegar. Next add the pepper and spice seed and oregano. Tasty as well.
My Habanero & Onion sauce
2 Habanero chile
4 cebolla picado
La semilla de un pimiento es la especia de la pimienta. Si se ardie su mano mientras lo cortas, será picante. Es mejor usar un guante mientras se corta la pimienta. Sortas o rebanas en cualquier tamaño qu deseas. Las cebollas deben estar en rebanadas finas o cubitos. Algunos agregan las cebollas y la pimienta picada en vinagre y agual al gusto. Pero cociné las cebollas en un poco de agua caliente por un minunto o dos. Luego añadir a la mezcla de agua y vinagre. a continuación añade la pimienta y la semilla de especias y orégano. Muy sabroso también.
It is not easy to see all the peer pressure and obstacles teens are confronted with each day. A parents we need to provide the foundation and remain as a friend and guide them. We provide support for their endeavors and understand their need for changes. Speaking with them is vital to have a conversation. Listening is just as important as they discover new paths in life. Allowing them to see the pros and cons in life and to be aware of the consequences of their decisions is necessary. We need to stand beside them in all walks of life of challenges and adventures. Forward with spice of life.
What is your advice to a teenager today?
©Maricela, All Rights Reserved 2012. Written for: Emy Cooks