7111 recipes for "pepper"
Mediterranean Baked Peppers

Mediterranean Baked Peppers

May 1, 2015

Serve this toss-and-bake side dish alongside grilled steak, pork or fish for a summer-fresh burst of flavour. To test if the peppers are fully cooked, insert the tip of a knife into the pepper flesh—it should slide through with minimal resistance.

Red Pepper Soup

Red Pepper Soup

May 1, 2015

Equally delicious hot or cold, this fresh soup makes the most of your sweet pepper bumper crop! For a pretty presentation, swirl in yogurt and sprinkle with fresh thyme and cracked black pepper. To serve chilled, refrigerate the soup for about an hour.

Zucchini Red Pepper Omelettes

Zucchini Red Pepper Omelettes

Nov 20, 2007

Filled with zucchini, roasted red peppers and feta cheese, these omelettes are the perfect addition to breakfast. 

Cheese-Stuffed Pepper Halves

Cheese-Stuffed Pepper Halves

Nov 9, 2009

I altered the old favourite "stuffed celery sticks" and decided to go with peppers instead. Take half a pepper, put it on your plate, spoon in some cheese dip and take along some crackers... and voila you have an instant individual cracker dip bowl and appetizer in one! No "double dipping" concerns since you'll be the only one eating from it.

Bulgur-Stuffed Sweet Peppers

Bulgur-Stuffed Sweet Peppers

Jul 14, 2005

Take advantage of locally available, long, narrow shepherd peppers for this dish (just slit them lengthwise before stuffing and arrange on their sides in the baking dish). If you can't find them, any small sweet pepper about the size of your fist will do. Enjoy them hot or at room temperature.

Roasted Peppers with Eggs

Roasted Peppers with Eggs

May 1, 2015

Serve with whole grain toast and a small salad for a comforting breakfast-for-dinner. Be sure to leave the stems on the peppers when halving and coring—this helps to hold in the egg as the pepper roasts and softens.

Tequila Sunset Pepper Jelly

Tequila Sunset Pepper Jelly

Mar 5, 2009

This sparkling blend of brightly coloured sweet and fiery peppers suspended in a tequila-flavoured jelly will dazzle your taste buds. It's sensational with cheese and crackers and elevates a simple snack or hors d'oeuvre to tasty new heights. While peppers are plenty, make enough to share for holiday gifts.

Caribbean Snapper with Pepper Sauce

Caribbean Snapper with Pepper Sauce

Jul 14, 2005

In the Caribbean, fish is often briefly marinated in lime juice and salt, then grilled and served with spicy pepper sauce. Scotch bonnet or habanero peppers are very spicy but give a true Caribbean taste. For a milder sauce, use jalape?eppers. A fish basket is especially convenient and makes turning fish on the grill a breeze.

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