Dip It, Dip It Real Good.
A standard in Turkish cuisine, Muhammara classically consists of roasted bell peppers, walnuts, garlic, and a variety of spices. By roasting the bell peppers and then steaming them, you can bring out a savory aspect without sacrificing sweetness. Once you prepare all the ingredients, run them through a food processor to create a spicy-sweet dip that everyone will enjoy.
Spicy and versatile, Harissa is a popular sauce in North African cuisine. By using bell peppers in tandem with adobo chiles and red peppers, you can bring a subtle sweetness to this otherwise hot sauce.
Vegan And Proud
For a health-conscious, gluten-free dish, consider substituting bell peppers in place of noodles in a pasta dish. Spiralized bell pepper noodles bring a unique color and texture that pairs wonderfully with teriyaki shrimp or chicken.
Breakfast Of Champions
For a beautiful brunch item that’ll have customers raving, consider swapping out whole bell peppers for the traditional fried bread slices in egg-in-a-hole. Serve on gluten-free bread for a dish that all can enjoy!