16 Spicy Classics That Really Pack a Punch!

16 Spicy Classics That Really Pack a Punch!

Do you or your family and friends love spicy food that has a nice kick of flavor? Keep reading to see our favorite spicy recipes.

Spicy Cottage Cheese Dip: This dip can be served with various items, including raw vegetables, chips, or crackers.

Spicy Grilled Chicken: This chicken recipe is great for making fajitas!

Chile Burgers: This spicy low-carb burger uses flour tortillas instead of buns.

Cucumber Watermelon Relish: Try this relish with crisp tortilla chips for the perfect appetizer.

Garlic and Pepper Shrimp: Spicy Thai-style shrimp. Chicken, pork, beef, calamari, scallops, or tofu can easily be substituted for shrimp. This makes for a wonderful supper.

Spicy Linguine: When your family has had its fill of traditional spaghetti dishes, shake up their expectations with this unique marriage of Mexican and Italian cuisine.

Spicy Meatballs: Add spice to your meal. Try this recipe for spicy meatballs using chili and curry powder.

Cajun Shrimp: Garlic and cayenne pepper add that classic Cajun spice to this simple shrimp dish.

Spicy Asian Marinade: Give you meat some kick with this great marinade!

Spicy Black Eyed Peas: Collard greens go perfectly with black-eyed peas.

Southwest Deviled Eggs: The chorizo puts the "devil" in these deliciously different deviled eggs.

Sausage Meatloaf Burger: Oh, you wanted something healthy? Well, I'm pretty sure this isn't it. This is down home comfort food.

Cajun Pasta: Add a bit of cayenne pepper to give this pasta dish a kick!

Chicken Tender Stack with Heirloom Tomato Salad: This is a grown-up version of chicken fingers and a beautiful presentation on the serving dish.

Tex Mex Drummettes: Marinated in a spicy lime and soy sauce mixture, these chicken drumettes come out full of flavor.

Black Bean Dip: The goodness of black beans gets a spicy twist in this fun dip.

 



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