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Old 08-12-2014, 09:29 PM   #11
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ISO Italian Roasted Red Peppers

I wonder if some of the Little Italy places in Philly would have ideas. We really liked Di Bruno Brothers, found this:

http://www.dibruno.com/gourmet-groce...d-peppers.html

Maybe if you play around with the seasonings and stuff, you might get close. No vinegar, so you would probably need to pressure can them.
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Old 08-12-2014, 11:51 PM   #12
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My fantastic American-Italian husband has been asking for the jarred peppers like his grandmother made.
She would, so I've been told, put up peppers in her basement each year for a ever-ending supply.
When ever a kid dropped by after school, they got a sandwich made of her freshly baked bread, peppers and eggs and this is heaven for my DH.
I tried it twice and they just didn't cut it. They looked right, but wrong taste.
WDIK! I'm from Hawaii and had never heard of such a thing, until he took me 'back home' to Philly.
Oh my gravy all over my two scoops rice (that's OMG! in my world)!
He took me to this Italian 'joint' not far from where he grew up and MAN!
The antipasti plate was ambrosia.
I have searched for years now for the right recipe to put up my own peppers like nonni's (and no, on one in the family knows the secret, they simply ate her's).

I searched for a recipe for you, I made some peppers years ago. They were deep fried brifely, put in jars and the oil was laddled over the peppers.
I don't remember what the lady that gave me the recipe said about canning them. They were awesome. It was 40 years ago.
This recipe maybe close to what you are looking for
Canning Homemade!: Canning Marinated Red Peppers - Yes it's safe!
I do know you need some oil in them.

Josie
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Old 08-13-2014, 12:42 AM   #13
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This Is The First Recipe I Tried

@Josie1945 this was the first recipe that I tried
and it had too much acid for DH.
I understand that in 'canning' you need to have some acid,
that was not the right ratio for Mister K~Girl.
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Old 08-19-2014, 01:28 AM   #14
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I think this might be what you are
looking for.

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Amazon.com: mancini fried peppers
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Old 08-19-2014, 08:04 AM   #15
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You haven't mentioned if the peppers were first roasted, then put up. Could be the difference.
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OOps, I guess you did. Never mind...
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Old 08-19-2014, 05:17 PM   #17
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I think this might be what you are
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Amazon.com: mancini fried peppers

Josie Fried Peppers are delicious, but what I'm attempting to make is fire roasted Red Bell Peppers that are 'put up' and then eaten on a antipasti plate, or on a hard roll with scrambled eggs.
American-Italians go nuts for this stuff that is homemade.
This is what I'm what I'm desperately trying to achieve for my darling husband.
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@dawgluver, never thought of that, but I really want to master this myself, you know, putting up peppers

@GotGarlic, that’s good too, but this is the type of peppers that they eat in “peppers and egg sandwiches”
Attachment 21661 Attachment 21660

@CharlieD, I tried to look for this restaurant, but this was almost 25 years ago and they have long closed, but you are so right, Italians are very warm folks
Where did these pictures come from?
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Josie Fried Peppers are delicious, but what I'm attempting to make is fire roasted Red Bell Peppers that are 'put up' and then eaten on a antipasti plate, or on a hard roll with scrambled eggs.
American-Italians go nuts for this stuff that is homemade.
This is what I'm what I'm desperately trying to achieve for my darling husband.
What was the recipe like that you tried before? What did your husband say about it? Is there anyone from his childhood with whom he is still in touch who might also have a relative who made these? Where did he grow up? Might there be another restaurant that makes these?
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Where did these pictures come from?
These are from my first attempt a couple of years back

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What was the recipe like that you tried before? What did your husband say about it? Is there anyone from his childhood with whom he is still in touch who might also have a relative who made these? Where did he grow up? Might there be another restaurant that makes these?
Nope. No one knows how his Grandmother made these, they just ate them. Most of my husband's family is no longer with us.

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I searched for a recipe for you, I made some peppers years ago. They were deep fried brifely, put in jars and the oil was laddled over the peppers.
I don't remember what the lady that gave me the recipe said about canning them. They were awesome. It was 40 years ago.
This recipe maybe close to what you are looking for
Canning Homemade!: Canning Marinated Red Peppers - Yes it's safe!
I do know you need some oil in them.

Josie
This is the recipe that I followed and it was too sour for my husband, he didn't care for it.
so my hunt continues.
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