Have you ever tried Jicama? I should have known the J is silent in Spanish, but for some reason I kept calling it “Geecama” for the longest time until someone said “you mean heecama?” SO embarrassing! Haha!
Jicama is like eating bland apples, but it is pretty inexpensive and I have been eating a lot of it lately and experimenting with them. You can sweeten them up so they taste like apples, but since I’ve been on a lime kick (you can read it more here) I decided to make more lime chili recipes.
This recipe is basically the same as the cucumber lime chili. Just sprinkle some salt and chili powder with lime. Pure yum!
- Chop the jicama in half with a cleaver (you can use a knife, but this is a lot easier).
- Peel the skin with a peeler and slice them up into 1/4-inch long slices.
- Squeeze half or a whole lime and sprinkle chili powder and salt to taste.
- That's it! Dig in!
- Check out how to make cucumber lime chili.
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