easy starter

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  1. robnchris

    robnchris Funster

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    Hi Guys,
    Thought this might tempt so of you, easy to prepare and a gorgeous light starter.

    Use one green sweet Pepper (the long ones) per person.

    Slice it open length ways but only one side, scrap out the seeds, it should open enough to get your finger in.
    Fill with feta cheese, then cut a piece of sweet red pepper and just big enough to slip into the green pepper to prevent the chees coming out, it also look good.
    Finely chop some garlic (as much as you like) mix with some virgin olive oil, drizzle over the peppers.
    Place in hot oven 180` for about 40 mins.
    You can serve on their own or with a small salad.

    Voila. :thumb:
     
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    I was begining to enjoy this until you mentioned the food of the devil Cheese!:Laughing:

    Phil
     
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    EASY ??????????

    Take cracker. Take cheese. Put on cracker.

    So who's Voila ? Your bit on the side ?
     
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    Sounds great and simple for lunch when you are away. I'm always looking for an alternative to the good old tuna sandwich. Used my new slow cooker while we were away but didn't realise that you need two nights in one place to have enough time for a fair sized lump of beef/lamb or whatever. Still like it though and my jock husband loved the stock for soup.
    Ivy
     
  5. robnchris

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    Hello Brian,
    Sometimes that little bit of extra effort is worth it...
    Add a little glass and mmmmhhhh...:thumb:

    You know you want to.
     
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    Sounds good, I have a Remoska-like a big sauce pan on a stand with electric element in lid uses very little power and will cook anything from a toasted sandwich to a roast joint. will cook a lovely fruit cake in about 30 mins!
     
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    I do the same with hot chillies. Fresh or even pickled Jalapenos are OK but I prefer them a bit hotter. I use Fresnos if I can get them.

    After slicing in half lengthways and removing the seeds I grill them for a couple of minutes to soften them.

    I then fill them with a mixture of crumbled Lancashire Cheese, parsley and a sprinkle of garlic salt before putting them back under the grill until the cheese has melted.
     

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