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Old 11-15-2007, 12:14 PM   #11
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Throw some onions & sausage in there, serve on crusty bread & sign me up.

Curious about the flour. Do the peppers turn out pasty at all? TIA.

Had an idea for roasting peppers, cutting in half (or large chunks) & spreading mascarpone on em - or ricotta cheese & mushrooms. Frying them might be another way for me to go. Thanks for the idea.
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you just dust them with flour is all. You don't want a batter on them...Now if your thinking of cheese and mushrooms after they are fried I'd say give it a try and see how you like it..Sounds good to me...

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Old 11-15-2007, 07:34 PM   #13
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you just dust them with flour is all. You don't want a batter on them...Now if your thinking of cheese and mushrooms after they are fried I'd say give it a try and see how you like it..Sounds good to me...

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Thanks Kadesma. Sounds like a nice healthy snack/side.

If it's okay, wanted to share a couple of links - cause these halved & rolled (Ricotta-stuffed) peppers are so durned cute:

Kitchen Unplugged: Baked stuffed baby peppers

Italian Rolled Peppers With Mushrooms and Ricotta

Maybe I'll play around with 'em after the Holidays - when I can zip my jeans j/k
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Old 11-15-2007, 08:06 PM   #14
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Thanks Kadesma. Sounds like a nice healthy snack/side.

If it's okay, wanted to share a couple of links - cause these halved & rolled (Ricotta-stuffed) peppers are so durned cute:

Kitchen Unplugged: Baked stuffed baby peppers

Italian Rolled Peppers With Mushrooms and Ricotta

Maybe I'll play around with 'em after the Holidays - when I can zip my jeans j/k
Thanks Amy,
you're right those baby peppers are really cute...I see them all the time in the store, will have to pick some up and try stuffing them..
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Thanks Amy,
you're right those baby peppers are really cute...I see them all the time in the store, will have to pick some up and try stuffing them..
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Oh, scroll down to the second (yellow pepper) - the one that's stuffed & rolled.

Kitchen Unplugged: Baked stuffed baby peppers

I've seen the little ones as well. Just thought if you had any more peppers, could give it a try. Or, I may try your metthod of frying the halves, stuffing & securing with picks. Just a thought. Thanks again.
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