hot food you must knowPosted in 2019-10-13 08:51:18
- Red Pepper Hummus
Roasted bell peppers are pureed with beans, tahini, and an array of spices and herbs to create a creamy red pepper twist on a Middle Eastern classic. This dip is filling enough to serve on bread with veggies for an easy meal or perfect as a snack served with warmed pita. The dip only takes 15 minutes to prepare and requires minimal effort. Get our Red Pepper Hummus recipe.
Dried ancho chiles are the secret flavor powerhouse in this recipe for chilaquiles. This traditional Mexican dish is typically made with fried corn tortillas and then topped with anything from spicy chili sauce to meat to eggs. This versatile dish is perfect for anyone who loves tacos, nachos, or Mexican cuisine in general. Get our Chilaquiles recipe.
This French sauté is full of bright bell peppers and French spices. It can be served over almost any meat but we recommend Braised Chicken and Julia Child prefers it over an omelet. This recipe is perfect for the summer months when you have an abundance of vegetables and herbs lying around. Get our Pipérade recipe.
- Roasted Red Pepper and Spicy Sausage Grilled Pizza
Dried chili flakes are used in this recipe for Roasted Red Pepper and Spicy Sausage Grilled Pizza to create chili oil that is drizzled on the pizza. The pizza is also cooked on the grill for an irresistibly crunchy crust. Get our Roasted Red Pepper and Spicy Sausage Grilled Pizza recipe.
- Slow Cooker Quinoa-Stuffed Peppers
This recipe is the perfect meatless meal. Red bell peppers are stuffed with protein-packed quinoa and salty feta. Serve this with a side salad for an easy weeknight dinner. Get our Slow Cooker Quinoa-Stuffed Peppers recipe.
- Grilled Padrón Peppers
These small and slightly sweet peppers are generally mild, but one in every handful will be surprisingly spicy. They’re usually deep-fried, but grilling is a healthy and quick preparation that adds a smoky layer of flavor. Get our Grilled Padrón Peppers recipe.
- Basic Roasted Bell Peppers
Instead of placing the peppers directly under the broiler, we give them a little room by setting them in the middle of the oven. This extra distance allows them to roast a bit before their skins blister. Get our Basic Roasted Bell Peppers recipe.
- Stuffed Bell Peppers with Feta and Herbs
The sweetness of the bell peppers plays off the golden raisins in the filling, and the vegetal note is heightened by the herbs. Get our Stuffed Bell Peppers with Feta and Herbs recipe.
- Chiles Rellenos
Mexico’s version of comfort food. Chiles rellenos fillings can range from ground or stewed meats to a medley of vegetables, but this version sticks to classic cheese. Get our Chiles Rellenos recipe.
- Stuffed Poblanos with Black Beans and Cheese
Serve these stuffed peppers them as a vegetarian main course or as a starter. They’re loaded with rice, black beans, sour cream, cheese, tomatoes, and cilantro, then grilled until the peppers are charred and tender. Get our Stuffed Poblanos with Black Beans and Cheese recipe.
- Basic Jalapeño Peppers
Broiling the peppers gives them a nice outer char and leaves the filling browned and bubbling. Get our Basic Jalapeño Poppers recipe.
- Chicken Chile Verde
With Anaheim chiles, poblanos, and dried Aleppo peppers, this dish is always a big hit. It’s great rolled into a burrito, but you can also serve it on its own topped with scallions, sour cream, and tortilla chips. Get our Chicken Chile Verde recipe.
- Chicken-Fried and Pickled Pepper Sandwiches
Use a variety of small peppers for pickling, such as baby bells, Cubanelles, or Jalapeno peppers. They combine on a sandwich roll with chicken breasts are dipped in buttermilk, then dredged in flour seasoned with paprika, black pepper, and ground mustard. Get our Chicken-Fried and Pickled Pepper Sandwiches recipe.
- Roasted Red Pepper Tart
Roasted bell peppers and a creamy ricotta-feta mixture make for an easy, Mediterranean-inspired side dish that also travels well. Get our Roasted Red Pepper Tart recipe.
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