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    Best sweet pepper recipes?

    Great deal recently on 2lb bags of sweet mini bell peppers.
    Yellow, orange, and red.

    Been doing stir fry with rice and cous cous, baking with a lot of onion and garlic, sauteed on top of fish, stuffed with mushrooms (too small to work well).

    Any suggestions?

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    I dig stuffed peppers.....
    Those bags of 3 colors..."stoplight bags"...fun to get.
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    Really want to make some soups, but no food processor.

    Just tried baked with a bit of mozz, garlic, and smoked salmon, dunked in hummus.

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    This will be interesting:

    Garlic and mushroom cous cous.

    Sauteed carrot, broccoli stem, raw almonds, raw peanuts and raw pumpkin seeds.
    After about 5 minutes: broccoli flower, peppers, garlic. Still trying to find a damn onion but most of left them at work

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    Simple is best. Cut up the peppers (French cut), toss in a roasting pan, cover with olive oil & a little salt, mix a bit, pop in the oven or broiler. Good as a side dish, on sandwiches, by themselves on an Italian roll, diced with eggs, etc.
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    just get them cold and chunk them up and eat the as a side with a meal with season salt on them,or dip in a good ranch dressing.

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    Roast them and they'll keep in the fridge for up to a week. Great on sandwhiches and a ton of other things

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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    I dig stuffed peppers.....
    Those bags of 3 colors..."stoplight bags"...fun to get.
    ^ THIS! Stuffed bell peppers are the sh**! I have a great recipe if you want it.

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    You should also follow the other recommendations and use them to make fajitas.

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