What to do with a fair few peppers?

Discussion in 'suburban75' started by UnderAnOpenSky, Oct 12, 2019 at 10:25 AM.

  1. UnderAnOpenSky

    UnderAnOpenSky baseline neural therapy

    Oh brought them home yesterday as they aren't quite good enough for sale, but still look pretty good. Not something I'm used to having an abundance off.

    Like the ones on the left. I'd say I've got 15 to 20 of them...

  2. Rutita1

    Rutita1 Sassy McFlashy

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  3. Proper Tidy

    Proper Tidy Arsed

    Yeah like rutita says, roasted with oil and salt is the shit, I like mixing them up so there are a few hot ones in there, goes well with drinking
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  4. JuanTwoThree

    JuanTwoThree "Human opinions are children's toys"

    Galician roulette

  5. StoneRoad

    StoneRoad heckling from the back!

    Roasted as above ... eat straight as vegetable

    if you have any left, add them to soups or casseroles
  6. nogojones

    nogojones Well-Known Member

    Roast or grill (or blowtorch) them to remove skin then slice up with some red peppers that you've done the same with, plus some cooked french green beans and sliced red onion. Then dress with some garlic vinaigrette. Makes a banging salad.

    Or stuff them with anything you fancy... Goats cheese, pine nuts, basil, tomatoes, bit of rice...
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  7. Proper Tidy

    Proper Tidy Arsed

    I've made roasted red pepper hummus before, make hummus the normal way and grill some red peppers then peel off skin and mush everything up together in the food processor, only takes about half an hour and can knock up some baked falafel with some cans of chickpeas at same time and then it's a cheap load of food that will last days
  8. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan razzed up on scrumpy and injustice

    Stuff them up your arse
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  9. nogojones

    nogojones Well-Known Member

    Is that before or after you roast them?
  10. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan razzed up on scrumpy and injustice

    Before of course, after would be nuts
  11. mango5

    mango5 Endeavour era

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  12. JuanTwoThree

    JuanTwoThree "Human opinions are children's toys"

    An imaginative interpretation of 'stuffed peppers' . Not so easy with 'stuffed marrows'
  13. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan razzed up on scrumpy and injustice

    It may not be easy but it's by all means possible with a bit of alacrity and determination
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  14. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model every man and every woman is a star

    and dexterity no doubt
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  15. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan razzed up on scrumpy and injustice

    Depends on the receiver. Some prefer brute force.
  16. Chilli.s

    Chilli.s changed the little words

    I make flaxseed and pepper crackers. They never last long, everyone likes them, all gone in moments. Made in a dehydrator but can also be made in the oven. loads of recipes online.
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  17. cybershot

    cybershot Well-Known Member

    Throw some on a vegetable pizza
  18. The39thStep

    The39thStep Well-Known Member

    If they are small stuff some raw with creme cheese and a bit of piri piri and drizzle with olive oil .
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  19. Riklet

    Riklet procrastinación

    Never had a proper spicy padrón pepper.. I think it's marketing liesss.
  20. Epona

    Epona Down with battered parsnips

    I'd stuff with gouda, drizzle with olive oil, and roast. Or you could batter and deep fry them (with or without gouda inside!)
  21. mango5

    mango5 Endeavour era

    There's been a glut of super hot padron peppers in my veg box this year.
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  22. moose

    moose like some cat from Japan

    Could you pickle a peck of them?
  23. Rebelda

    Rebelda Nearly as bad as Badgers

    This deserves more appreciation.

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