The Cumari is a fiery little devil with piercing heat and intense fresh flavour. When chilies are ground, they become cayenne, a spice highly favored in hot countries. Place one-third of the potatoes in a couple of overlapping layers to cover the base of the rings. Brush with some of the butter mix, scatter over half the shallots and chilli, brush with a little more butter, then season. Continue layering and buttering, pressing down gently as you go. Finish with a layer of potatoes and a final brushing of butter. Cover loosely with foil, bake for 20 mins, remove the foil, then bake a further 25 mins or until the potatoes are tender and golden.
The chili potato fiery, sweet and complex chutney that will make you stand up and take notice. The chili seeds may be taken out, or left in if you want a really fiery relish. Meanwhile, tip the squash in a single layer into a roasting tin and toss with 2 tbsp oil, a few thyme and rosemary sprigs and black pepper. Roast with the potatoes for the final 20-25 mins until soft and starting to brown. When ready to serve, heat the remaining 2 tbsp oil in a frying pan. When hot, add the sliced mushrooms. Fry for 1-2 mins until golden on both sides, turning once only. Season with salt and pepper.
The easiest way would be to get a can of your favorite chili and pour it into the scooped out baked potato. Make the sauce: simmer the shallot, garlic and sage with the vinegar and wine until the pan is almost dry. Immediately add the butter, a piece at a time, over a low heat, stirring as you go until you have a creamy sauce. Sieve into a small pan and thin with about 1 tbsp of warm water, so it is a pouring consistency. Throw in a few thyme leaves and set aside.
This delicious dinner dish chili potato can be baked in a large casserole dish or in two smaller dishes to suit any size family! Heat the grill to high and remove the rings from the potatoes. Lay the mushrooms on top of the potatoes, then lay 2 overlapping slices of cheese on each. Grill until the cheese has just melted. Top with a pile of squash and a scattering of fried sage leaves, then gently lift onto hot plates. Briefly reheat the sauce and drizzle a little around each serving.
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