Paul's capsicums

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
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 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..


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