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Pork chops with classic chilli & coriander marinade served with a raw salsa
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This seems like a complicated recipe. Although it starts with pork, it takes a bit of experience to handle these steps...but I think it is worth trying, as long as you use pans that don't have teflon.
I always liked going after recipes, and cooking dishes and dishes, and I recently bought a teflon pan which found quite easy to clean and use.
After some medical exams, and analisis, I found out that the problem was generated from a quite unexpected source!
After researching some aspects, I found out that teflon contains a chemical called per-flouro-octanoid-acid also known as PFOA, which can cause cancer.
If you over heat teflon coated pans, to 260 degrees Celsius, you get the risk of releasing that chemical...and this is a risk not worth taking.
So although teflon coated pans are easier to use, they imply high risks on our health...so it is advised that they be used properly.
So I want to warn you all, that no matter the dish, even indian dishes
such as fish curry, garlic prawn curry, dahiwali chicken curry it is important to be very carefull when using teflon pans.
Annatto seeds are available in asian and indian grocers or here http://www.gourmetshopper.com.au/shop/product.php?productid=80
I wish they would explain what the unusual ingredients are and where a normal shopper can pick them up or suggest substitutes, maybe then we would cook the Recipe Dazza
This recipe is a bit hard to understand. What is meant to be the Recado rojo? And what are the achiote seeds?
where can we buy the annatto seeds (achiote)
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