Sneezing Powder

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    Sneezing Powder

    Why sneezing powder, you may ask?  Well I tell you what, make this yourself and you tell me.  I sneezed about 30 times and went into a coughing fit twice while grinding this up.  Why didn’t I cover my face?  I probably should have, but my sinuses were a little clogged and this cleared them right up.

    I like spicy (to an extent) foods, and always like a little kick here and there.  So I’m constantly trying to find ways to add homemade spices into my recipes.  This started off as a base to a dry rub I was going to make, but after grinding up all the ingredients I realized that I had a really nice flavor.  This will go great sprinkled on chicken, rice, vegetables, you name it.

    My dad absolutely loves spicy foods and no matter what I make or buy him, he is always able to take a big teaspoon of it and gulp it down by itself.  I think I finally got him on this one, as he said it had his nose running after a little taste on his finger.

    What I like about this stuff is that it’s 100% vegetables.  No added salt, no black pepper, no sugar.  You just don’t need it here.  But you will need two important tools in order to make this Sneezing Powder, and at least 2 days for drying.

    You’re going to need a dehydrator and a mortar and pestle (or another way to finely grind the dried veggies into a powder).

    Like making your own seasonings?  We’ve got loads of other ideas here, check em out!

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    Sneezing Powder
    Sneezing Powder
    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Passive Time 48 hours
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    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Passive Time 48 hours
    Servings
    Ingredients
    Sneezing Powder
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    1. This is at least a two day recipe. First day we start with our jalapenos and habaneros
      Sneezing Powder
    2. Slice each pepper in half or quarters and keep seeds in
      Sneezing Powder
    3. Place on a food dehydrator for about 24 hours
      Sneezing Powder
    4. Next day add your onion (sliced into rings) and garlic cloves (sliced in half) with your peppers for an additional 24 hours or until everything is completely crisp and falls apart when you squeeze it
      Sneezing Powder
    5. Add all ingredients into your mortar and grind away until you've got a powder (TIP: wear a mask or cover your nose unless you want to know where the name came from)
      Sneezing Powder
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