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  1. Felix
    October 11, 2009 • 3:24 am

    No probs, glad you liked it :-)

  2. editorialnation
    October 11, 2009 • 12:26 am

    I had to try this recipe because my husband is a lime fanatic! lol

    Well i didn’t wait a week but we made it and i poured it over chicken and let it soak for hours before i put it on the skillet tonight and it was amazing!

    Just wanted to tell ya we loved it!

  3. Cynthia
    October 12, 2009 • 12:16 am

    My brother, each time I visit I feel so at home. One day I hope to taste your food. You do such excellent work to portray Caribbean food at its best.

  4. Felix
    October 12, 2009 • 6:28 am

    Thank you Cynthia. This journey is a wonderful one and I cannot do it alone. My family has been a great help. Maybe we’ll meet one day :-)

  5. Chennette
    October 12, 2009 • 4:41 pm

    Woo, the colours of the peppers are brilliant – do you have a new camera? Or just the beauty of the ingredient!

  6. Felix
    October 12, 2009 • 9:11 pm

    Nope! Just the same old same old on macro setting.

  7. ♥ Gadgeteer ♥
    October 13, 2009 • 10:41 pm

    What kinda of hot peppers did you use? Looks so good cant wait to make it. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Felix
    October 14, 2009 • 1:01 am

    No problem at all Gadgeteer the pepper I used seem to be a cross between the normal scotch sonnet pepper and seven pot. The skin was semi rough and had a lot of heat. Too much heat :-) Now we have to use it very sparingly about 1/4 tsp. to be exact.

  9. radha
    February 23, 2010 • 10:32 pm

    isn’t 1/2 cup water too little of an amount?

  10. Felix
    February 23, 2010 • 11:52 pm

    That is the amount of water measured and used to boil the limes. The lime we used was a small variety found in Trinidad that’s very juicy. Probably the reason for using that amount of water. If you’re using a larger variety just put enough water to cover the limes and bring it to a boil.
    Hope this helps. :-)

  11. Joshua
    January 1, 2013 • 12:32 am

    How long did you boil the limes for and when using the water did you strain it. Def want to try this recipe, love lime pepper.

    • Felix
      January 1, 2013 • 1:55 am

      Boil for about 5 minutes or until the limes change colour. You will want to strain it if you don’t want the lime seeds in the pepper sauce.

  12. Lun
    November 10, 2013 • 8:30 pm

    So do u throw out the water that boiled the limes in or do u throw that in the bottle with the pepper?

    • Felix
      November 10, 2013 • 9:09 pm

      “Note: You are also pouring in the water in which the limes were boiled in.”


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