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19 peppers. Mostly green. I need to use them up.

(16 Posts)
BroccoliSpears Wed 09-Jul-08 16:34:14

Anyone got any good ideas?

ChopsTheDuck Wed 09-Jul-08 16:35:56

deep fry them with some chillis and sprinkle with salt. so tasty but totally unhealthy.

ChopsTheDuck Wed 09-Jul-08 16:36:42

or sabzi, if you have courgettes i guess.

Cadbury Wed 09-Jul-08 16:36:47

green pepper chutney?

MsDemeanor Wed 09-Jul-08 16:38:29

Chutney?
Recipe here
www.recipezaar.com/167422

Google pepper chutney for more options

BroccoliSpears Wed 09-Jul-08 16:44:18

Chutney not a bad idea.

What about a meal idea? Green pepper pasta sauce? Green pepper risotto?

giddykipper Wed 09-Jul-08 16:45:21

Stuffed peppers for a meal?

MamaG Wed 09-Jul-08 16:46:08

roast them, put them in an air tight jar with olive oil and use for salads/pizza toppings/chucking into pasta

OverMyDeadBody Wed 09-Jul-08 16:47:22

green peppers are rather horrible though aren't they?

iBundle Wed 09-Jul-08 16:48:03

not too bad if you roast them

Collision Wed 09-Jul-08 16:48:18

stuffed peppers

green pepper and spinach quiche

Braised steak with green peppers

Salmon in vodka sauce with green peppers

Personally I would stuff em and add to a chilli!!

MsDemeanor Wed 09-Jul-08 16:49:45

Meal ideas fine, but you aint going to use 19 peppers in a meal, not unless you are feeding eight pepper fanatics.
Having said that, what is surprisingly lovely is italian sausages with green peppers. Slice your peppers thickly, put oil in the pan, and fry good sausages (ideally coarse spicy italian sausages) and the green peppers together until the peppers are very soft and mushy. Tastes divine. I also like it with onions and garlic.

This is similar - www.recipezaar.com/31345

colditz Wed 09-Jul-08 16:51:49

Chop as normal and spread evenly onto baking paper. Freeze, and decant into bags.

mankymummy Wed 09-Jul-08 16:53:02

pickle them with some sugar in the vinegar... gorgeous as a nibble...

primigravida Thu 10-Jul-08 03:41:52

Ratatouille is another delicious option or give some of them away. That's what I do when I get a glut of produce and can't be bothered preserving them. Is there someone you can barter with?

penguinaballerina Thu 10-Jul-08 20:28:34

Put some of them on a sunny windowsill and they will turn orange, then red (eventually). They are still good to eat even if they are a bit wrinkly. When one side turns red you can turn them round the other way.

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