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    Roasted Red Peckers...errr... Peppers Ideas

    Ok, so I have an assload of canned roasted red peppers force issued to me. I'm running out of ideas. Prefer quick & drity. Whatcha got?
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    how about some lisbon sauce. Just blend them with some olive oil and garlic. Versatile and tasty.

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    Sauce-Mix with marinara to make roasted red pepper sauce for pasta.

    Soup-Mirepoix, chicken stock, roasted red peppers, basil, goat cheese and blend.

    Kopanisti dip-Feta cheese, roasted red peppers, pickled banana peppers, garlic, olive oil and blend. Serve with homemade pita chips.

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    Pizza!
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    red peppers coulis
    red peppers tapenade
    red peppers vierge
    red peppers powder
    red peppers risotto with mushroom and steamed bream
    red peppers stuffed with mushroom duxelles or fennel and saffron
    f*ck it... red peppers topping on fresh bread with loads of cold butter and salt. I wouldnt expect more
    foccacia with loads of red peppers will do

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    Red pepper tapenade is really good on pizza!
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    You can really just keep them on hand and load them up in almost anything. They are a nice addition to a lot of things!

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    Romesco sauce.
    Sauteed with onions as a topping, main ingredient for sandwiches.
    Use in paella, jambalaya.
    Use with onions and other vegetables for a base for braising chicken a la chicken cacciatore.

    +1 to pasta, pizza.
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    Thanks Everybody....good stuff here.
    I'm trying not to use them as a 'star' ingredient, but more as a 'supporting actor'. For me, canned roasted peppers always taste like crap. Cnochef, I'm gonna try the soup w/ diced roasted eggplant and pesto. Michael, I really like Romesco; one of my faves. Maybe a dirty rice w/ black beans and red pepper coulis. I could pair it with some 10oz ribeyes that magically appeared in my cooler. I'm also going to try drying them out a bit in the oven and grinding them with some local chilis to make harrissa or a sambal.
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    Harrissa or Sambal would be good on pizza!
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