Yield: 1 Servings
|3 \N||-(up to)|
|4 \N||Peppers (preferably red and green)|
|\N \N||Low salt soya sauce|
|\N \N||Balsamic vinegar|
|\N \N||Lemon juice (optional)|
|\N \N||Garlic paste or crushed fresh garlic|
|\N \N||Pepper to taste|
Date: Sat, 9 Mar 1996 12:07:48 +800 From: p.carreno@...
I have also wondered how to get the same effect of those dried tomatoes that you find soaked in oil....but no luck... But I did find a close alternative for those that love bell peppers or capsicums as we call them here in Australia.....a few weeks ago there were quite cheap so I bought several of them...so with the help of SO we arrived to a beautiful mixture that can be kept in a jar in the fridge and resembles the looks (and taste in a way) of those in jars preserved in oil... Not sure what to call the recipe but feeling egotisitical today I will call it: "Paul's capsicums"--Lovely in sandwiches or on top of other meals and it is so simple..:
Sliced raw peppers in strips....then lightly "fry" peppers in a pan with soya sauce...and garlic.......add a little balsamic vinegar ...keep on stirring till peppers soften up...important not too overcook..taste and if necessary add a couple of drops of lemon juice....add more soya sauce if necessary...and stir once again... taste and add pepper... Store in fridge in a sealed jar.... .
The mixture will produce its own juices in the jar and looking at it, most people will swear that it is loaded with oil ......I use it mainly in sandwiches....but I have also out it on top of rice dishes...yum yum..
FATFREE DIGEST V96 #67
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