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What the Heck is Devil’s Tongue?

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Spicy Shirataki Stir-Fry
Ingredients:
4 tablespoons tamari
2 1/2 tablespoons lime juice
1 tablespoon light brown sugar
2 teaspoons Sriracha sauce
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 tablespoons chopped jalapeño chile
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 medium onion, sliced
1 red bell pepper, sliced
1 yellow bell pepper, sliced
2 8-oz. packages of shirataki noodles, prepared according to package directions
1/2 cup fresh basil leaves, torn

Directions
In a mixing bowl, whisk together tamari, lime juice, brown sugar, and Sriracha and set aside. Heat olive oil in a wok over medium-high heat. Add jalapeño and garlic, and cook for about a minute. Add onion and bell peppers, and stir-fry for 5 minutes. Add tamari mixture and shirataki, and simmer 3 to 5 minutes. Toss with basil and serve.

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5 comments

1 JimBeaux Kail { 10.23.13 at 10:31 am }

Having pulled tongue with El Diablo’s sisters many times under many moons, i must say,,,,,,,spicy,tangy,drippng with honey and a small flame to remind me what not to do next. i thank yall for this opportunity. jk

2 donna { 10.23.13 at 10:06 am }

just saying, love reading this stuff and boy, they do their homework!!! awesome…

3 c.roberts { 10.23.13 at 9:46 am }

Demoniker? Nice word 🙂 I love the whole “What the heck is…” series!

4 Suzie { 10.23.13 at 9:25 am }

That looks like something left in the barn by some animal and has taken on a life of it own. Don’t think it will ever grace my table in Kentucky. 🙂

5 Norma Branchaud { 10.23.13 at 9:15 am }

Speaking of the Devil, I wonder if you have ever heard or seen one called “Devil Claw”?
I grew up in Oklahoma and had many of them grab you as you walked threw the fields, pasture and no telling where. They are a weed I think any way they come off a plant, and sorta like hand of claws. Now they can put a hurt on you. I have not seen one in many a year, and now of course here in Florida they are not heard of.
I use to have a couple but they have disappeared during the years, misplaced in the junk I guess. I did try to start a seed in a planter here but had no luck. Thanks for the memory. Norma

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