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Whip up this delicious, fresh-tasting and super colorful appetizer of polenta bites topped with chorizo and sweet tribelli peppers.
Looking for a zesty, healthier appetizer for the holidays this season?? Well, don’t you worry guys, I’ve totally gotcha covered!
I’ve always been a huge fan of bruschetta especially during the summer. Fresh tomatoes and basil from the garden make for the most delicious bruschetta ever. Unfortunately, during the winter my garden is bare, but my love for bruschetta is still strong. With no juicy red tomatoes to pick from the vine, I change things up a bit and substitute my favorite little Tribelli Sweet Mini Peppers from Divine Flavor in this classic summer appetizer.
They’re delicious, natural, healthy, and packed with color and Vitamin C. They’re available all year-long, non-GMO, and sustainably-grown in greenhouses using a selection of varieties that guarantee the best product quality, bite after bite.
If you’re not familiar with Divine Flavor, it’s a family-run and grower-owned distribution company based in Nogales, Arizona that believes in growing “Better Food for a Better World.” Tribelli’s professional growers care about each crop and harvest peppers when they reach the peak of their ripeness for an express packaging process. The folks at Divine Flavor use natural and improved agricultural methods to ensure healthier crops that are richer in nutrients and offer sustained shelf quality. I’m not sure about you, but that’s the kind of company I feel comfortable buying products from!
I’ve always been a HUGE fan of peppers, so substituting them for the tomatoes in classic bruschetta was spot on! The peppers have minimal seeds and are sweeter and milder than most other varieties. I decided to add some sliced Spanish dry cured chorizo sausage and capers to the bruschetta to make it extra zesty, and to serve it atop polenta squares. It’s a winning combo!
These little bites are packed with flavor and they’re an appy you’ll feel good about indulging in this holiday season! Enjoy!
Hello, my name is Mary Ann Dwyer and I am the blogger behind The Beach House Kitchen. I grew up my entire life lucky enough to spend summers at the Jersey Shore. I entertain from Memorial Day to Labor Day and love every minute of it. My fondest memories are from times spent there enjoying meals with family and friends and this blog is my way of sharing it with you.