Need an appetizer or snack that isn’t so heavy it will ruin the main dish or meal to come? Dip into this roasted tribelli pepper hummus and let its delicious flavors win you over.
Whip up this delicious, fresh-tasting and super colorful appetizer of polenta bites topped with chorizo and sweet tribelli peppers.
Made with three different kinds of dried peppers, this spicy, flavorful pork stew is based the Mexican recipe for guisado a los tres chiles and is best served with beans, rice or tortillas.
The perfect fall cheese board is well balanced, with sweet, spicy, savory, creamy, and crunchy elements. Check out this spread served with a sweet and spicy pepper jelly and a wine to match.
A hearty Italian chicken stew creates big flavors with fried peppers, a tomato-basil sauce, olives and capers.
Make an easy, beautiful bell pepper soup topped with chickpeas and mascarpone.
Chilled Red Pepper and Goats’ Cheese Soup Perfect vegetarian soup for hot summer days and…
Red Pepper Pistou Pasta is a unique mix. Pistou, a French twist on Italian Pesto, still has the fresh flavor that you expect with a traditional Pesto.
Try this Mediterranean bell pepper side dish that has all the flavors and colors of a Sicilian summer.
Marinated and grilled tri-tip steak is a perfectly delicious and affordable cut of meat to throw on the grill this summer. Serve with a juicy mango and red pepper salsa for a refreshing meal.
These Greek hummus bites are a fun, flavorful appetizer that’ll really impress your guests. They take only 15 minutes to make and have a crazy array of flavors and textures, sure to please any palate.
Caponata is a triumph of taste with veggies as a key ingredient. The Sicilian dish with a unique sweet-sour flavor is perfect to fill a panini.
Cooking and eating can taste good and feel good to your body. Check out this new cookbook and try out a perfectly easy soup for the end of winter.
Make a traditional tortilla española as a hearty meal loaded with potatoes and eggs and serve with a flavorful roasted red pepper sauce.
Traditionally fried, this favorite dish is reinvented with less mess by broiling the shrimp for a crispy texture with its spicy flavor.
Light, airy, cheese filled popovers are the savory bread rolls you need to make now.
There is nothing like homemade hummus. This lemon and avocado hummus with pepper takes just a few ingredients to make a gourmet dip served with fresh parmesan pita chips.
Preserve your fall pepper harvest with amazingly spicy chili oil that can be used all year round in a variety of dishes.
Large meatballs, grilled and juicy, are influenced by the homemade sausages and skewered meatballs of the Balkans. This version is based upon cevapi.
Salty, with crunch and slight spicy, these shrimp are so delicious and easy to eat. The are a great appetizer or part of a main meal.
Mini peppers packed with sweet flavor are skewered, grilled and served with a minty tzatziki sauce for cool as a cucumber flavor.
Combining hummus with the sweet bell peppers, olives, sun dried tomatoes and tangy feta cheese creates a wholesome mix of colors and flavors that are perfect for a light summer meal.
Triple chocolate Diablo cookies are spiked with cayenne pepper for gourmet intrigue and topped with a pinch of salt to bring out all the divine flavors.
Charred shishito peppers come with a hint of heat, sweet pecans, and a salty aioli sauce to complete this addictive side that has all the flavors covered.
Sweet and savory, learn how to create this tall, flecked soufflé dessert. This dazzling dessert is an impressive kitchen feat or skill to master and have forever.
A southern favorite, pimento cheese spread is a great sandwich addition or go-to party dip. Try these favorite additions to mix in for a fun new flavor.
A shallow-fried paneer with sweet bell peppers and spicy chilies to balance the cheese. Enjoy as an appetizer or a side dish with gravy.
Filled with tamarind and carom seeds, these peppers are crisp and flavorful with a subtle tinge of heat.
Smooth tomato soup gets a rich addition of roasted red peppers and holds its place as a weeknight recipe that takes little time to create.
Add rich, roasted peppers and chili flakes to your standard hummus for great new color and a delicious tasting appetizer.
A hint of color, a touch of creamy coconut, and a crunch of pistachios make this soup a cohesive bowl of warm goodness.
Quinoa, curried bell-peppers and peas with a delicious Desi spin create a simple, tasty and wholesome meal.
A favorite street food of Taipei, this salty chicken is so good and fun to eat that it should replace a bowl of popcorn at the movies.
Savory bacon biscuits drizzled with a touch of maple syrup. Perfect for breakfast sandwiches or on their own, this biscuit is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Pepper chicken also known as kurumulaku chicken is an easy and quick Kerala style chicken dry roast. Adjust the spice to your taste.
Spicy-sweet pickled peppers filled with salty feta cheese, flavorful chives, and deep fried are the perfect side dish to a lazy afternoon of football.
Hailing from Provence, ratatouille is a dish to take you back, with memories, to its origin. Go on, make this vegetable ode to France and sunny summers.
Use this smoked salt and chili powder with a coriander lime dip not only for prawns, but also for chicken and squid.
Bacon is woven between juicy pieces of pineapple, chicken and veggies. The kebabs are grilled to perfection and slathered with sweet Hawaiian sauce.
This roasted vegetable pasta can easily be doubled to feed a crowd on a warm day. Serve with a bottle of wine and a crusty bread.
Bursting with cumin, garlic, and chili, this hash has spice to contrast the buttery potatoes. Add an egg to the mix, and you’re in breakfast business.
Spruce up your hummus recipe with the fresh flavor of roasted red peppers. This is a no fuss recipe that is sure to bring you to your happy place.
From a budding flower to a rosy vegetables ready to be picked, Carl Pendle captures the growth of a bell pepper over a six week period.
Golden raisins, aromatic spices, couscous, and asparagus cooked with beef are all blanketed together in a tender roasted pepper – pure culinary delight.
Stay warm with a flavorful vegetarian soup with roasted red peppers and tofu.
Ajvar – traditional red pepper spread. Learn how to make – the traditional Croatian roasted pepper mixture, sometimes referred to as vegetarian caviar.
You can sub in peas, celery, olives, green onion, radish or even a different dressing in this colorful salad.
It’s lovely as a dip, spread on flatbreads, mixed into hearty stews, or tossed with pasta or potatoes.
These shells resemble empanadas, with their delicious dough filled with spicy sausages, these are perfect for summer picnics and parties.
This recipe is very high in healthy lycopene and vitamin C. It has lots of bright, fresh veggies. It’s light but full of Italian flavor.
If you are looking for an awesomely yummy dinner, this is it.
In Indian cooking, lentils are referred to as dal and usually cooked to a consistency thicker than a thick soup and eaten over rice.
This cream of tomato soup is a deliciously thick soup made from tomatoes, cream, pepper, onion and garlic.
Peppers are underused and underappreciated. They get little to no recognition, even though they are used in almost every Latin stewed dish.
Ajvar is the classic – and utterly delicious – red pepper relish from the Balkans.
A luscious chocolate mousse sitting atop a fudgy cake, shot through with cracked black pepper. Not for the faint-hearted.
A quick and simple fish dish, healthy enough for the post holiday season, and poetic enough to inspire appetite.
Don’t know what to bring as a housewarming gift? Here’s a delicious, edible idea.