Heat Up with Some Spicy Food Recipes

Do you love spicy food recipes? We all know that spicy foods can be really hot, so there are many out there who wonder what the fuss is all about. And there is data about spicy food recipes. There is a recent report that comes from Technomic which states that most consumers (54%) are saying that spicy and hot foods are now very appealing. This metric has gone up considerably from 46% in the year 2009, and that strong trend applies pretty much to every age range. Also, the NPD Group reports that 56% of United States homes have hot sauce right now in their kitchen. And it also appears that everyone, from food companies to restaurants have recently spiced up their products, from jalapeno snack bars to ghost pepper ice cream.

As it turns out, aside from energizing your taste buds, these spicy foods are apparently good for you too. A recent study is now linking spicy food consumption to longer lifespans. Scientists from the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences examined at the eating habits of approximately a half a million people across seven years. They discovered that those people who consumed spicy foods daily enjoyed a 14% lowered risk of death, as compared to those folks who ate spicy foods less than one time per week. This protective effect occurred in both sexes, and was actually more pronounced for people that didn’t drink alcohol. And for women, eating more spicy foods was directly linked to a lower death risk from cancer, and also heart and respiratory disease.

26 Spicy Recipes to Make You Cry in a Good Way Recipe

https://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/slideshow/spicy-recipes-hotComing soon to a kitchen near you: an escapist fantasy set under the sun, starring spicy-fruity glazed chicken. (Spoiler alert: Your opinion of pineapple could change forever.) Spicy on three different levels, and reason alone to take a trip down your supermarket’s international aisle. 26 Spicy Recipes to Make You Cry in a Good Way Recipe | Bon Appetit

17 Spicy Dinners for People Who Like It Hot | Kitchn

https://www.thekitchn.com/17-spicy-dinners-for-people-who-like-it-hot-236384For those who like their dinner hot, you’re in luck. We love spicy food here at Kitchn. Whether it’s from peppers, curries, or something more unexpected, we’ll take all the heat we can get. So when you’re ready to turn up the temperature, here are 17 delightfully spicy recipes that will set your tastebuds on fire — in a good way, of course. 17 Spicy Dinners for People Who Like It Hot | Kitchn

40+ Best Spicy Recipes

https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/g3050/spicy-dinner-recipes/Book a trip to your own personal Flavortown. Enjoy the comfort of this Mexican favorite without any of the work. A warm and spicy black bean soup. Dinner has never been easier! This slightly spicy and madly flavorful garlic cilantro shrimp comes together in minutes. Wildly flavorful and easy homemade curry that’ll have you ditch your take-out menu after 1 bite. 40+ Best Spicy Recipes – Easy Spicy Dinner Ideas —Delish.com

 

A study from Purdue University revealed that spicy food recipes can help boost your metabolism. Prior studies had previously linked the consumption of red pepper in high dose tablets with the suppression of appetite and increasing the burning of calories. However, scientists said that they needed to see more data.

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