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INGREDIENTS bell peppers eggs tomato pepper salt DIRECTIONS 1. Slice the bell peppers and tomatoes. 2. Pan-fry the bell peppers, then use a slice of tomato as a base for each bell pepper. 3. Add an egg at the center of each pepper and cook for 5/7 minutes. 4. Season with salt and pepper.
Grilled Stuffed Peppers:
Ingredients: 1 Tomato 10g Parlsey 1 Small Onion 2 Spring onions ¼ Scotch Bonnet Chilli 5 Bell Peppers (mixed colours) 250g Brown Rice (uncooked Weight) 1 Tbsp Cooking Oil ½ Tsp Dried Thyme ½ Tsp Black Pepper 150g Dried Fish (Prepared Weight) 200g Grated Cheddar Cheese Instructions: Cook Your brown rice and allow to cool. Deseed and dice your tomato. Chop your parsley. Dice and slice your onion and spring onions. Cut the top of your peppers then remove any seeds and ribs. Place a heavy based pan on your grill and add the oil. When hot add the onions, reserving some spring onions for later. Then add the chili tomato, parsley, thyme and black pepper Cook for 4-5 minutes. Add the fish to the cooked rice and then add the cooked vegetables. Add in the grated cheese (reserving a little for later) then mix. Stuff this mix into your peppers. Place the peppers into a heavy based pan and sprinkle with the remaining cheese and spring onions. Place over the indirect heat section for 30 minutes and close your grill. Move to the direct heat section for 5 minutes and again close your grill. Serve with chopped chives
Stuffed bell peppers in crust:
INGREDIENTS 3 bell peppers 100g ham 100g stringy cheese 500g pizza dough
DIRECTIONS Wash and clean the bell peppers, then remove all the seeds. Stuff them with ham and cheese cut up into cubes. If you want, you can add some green or black olives. Cut the pizza dough into circles that are a bit larger than the base of the stuffed peppers. Cover the pepper with the pizza dough and bake at 190° for 20 minutes. Serve hot!
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