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    Alot of read peppers. My grocery had them on sale for 1.00 a piece, and had some huge ones, so I went a little crazy.

    What can I do with all these? (other than salad and stir-fry)

    Thanks!

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    Are these the red bell peppers you mean? I like them with tuna salad made with green olives, green onions, egg, mayo and some chopped up tomatoes. Ya make up the tuna salad and then shove it into the red bell pepper halves (or yellow).

    Or, make some philly steak sandwishes using green and red bell peppers along with onions.

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    ..also, fill with your favorite meat loaf recipe or just seasoned ground beef & cooked rice-roast at 350 degrees 30 min...
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    Do you like roasted peppers? That's usually what I do when peppers are on sale.
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    Stuffed pepeprs, you can either pan fry or roast them.
    (I think that's what McJag suggested, cut them in half, fill them with meat, if pan frying, you gotta sear both top and bottom to make sure the meat is cooked thru)


    I like red pepers in my pasta dishes.

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    Stuffed sounds really good, actually. I never liked stuffed green peppers, but I love red peppers.

    I never thought about putting them in tuna salad...and my mouth is watering thinking about some phillies.

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    red peppers stuffed with ground beef are yummy. you can also mix the ground beef with cooked rice and diced tomatoes and a bit of finely chopped onion and stuff with that. it also works with tuna instead of beef.
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    If the weather is nice enough for a barbecue then you should try a shishkabob (sp??). I put peppers, onions, and basically whatever is in my fridage on a skewer and spritz w/olive oil w/a dash of salt and pepper and put it on the grill. YUMMY!!!! It creates a totally different taste then baking or stir-fry.

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    You can also marinate them in balsamic vinegar and garlic (along with other veggies and herbsif you like) and roast them in the oven. Yum.

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    Pepperonata

    1 medium onion chopped
    3-4 red peppers deseeded and cut into medium sized cubes
    1 zucchini cut in half and then across into chunks
    1 400gr can crushed chunky tomato
    2 tblsp olive oil
    salt and pepper
    1 bay leaf
    cup chopped parsley and extra for garnish
    2 cloves of garlic chopped
    Dash of Tabasco or chilli power if you want to extra zing

    Put oil in a large frying pan. Add onion and garlic, cook for five minutes on medium heat. Add vegetables and cook for a further 10 –15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Then add tomato, herbs and salt & pepper to taste. Cover and simmer gently for about hour stirring from time to time (must be cooked to develop flavour). If it gets a little dry during cooking add a little water.

    Serve with good crusty bread or pasta
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    Also, peppers are good in ratatouille.

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    Roast them in the oven with some nice cheeses on top!!!*drool*
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    Cheese on top of anything, *drool*

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    Dang! Flak, where do you live? I haven't seen red bell peppers for $1 in years. And not in the NW, only in California.

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    red pepper soup!

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