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what to do with pickled sweet red peppers

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Janine Nov 5, 2007 01:53 PM

okay I picked up a jar at the store thinking I bought roasted red peppers..but they're pickled. What the heck can I do with them? any suggestions?

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  1. Cheese Boy RE: Janine Nov 5, 2007 09:43 PM

    Unsure of your meat preferences, I'll risk saying try making pork chops with vinegar peppers. Sprinkle a few seasoned breadcrumbs on the meat also and you'll have a rather savory meal.

    1. TSQ75 RE: Janine Nov 6, 2007 05:29 AM

      mmm...great as a relish for sandwiches and meats...i'd personally go with condiment

      1. paulj RE: Janine Nov 6, 2007 06:49 AM

        I'd suggest tasting them, both straight from the jar, and rinsed. The pickling might not be all that strong. For example the jarred red peppers that I get from Trader Joes have a mild pickling, and work fine salads, and some savory dishes.

        How were you intending to use them?
        paulj

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          Janine RE: paulj Nov 7, 2007 06:02 PM

          I usually use them on pizza and sandwiches and I also like to make mumumhara? dip which has roasted red peppers in it. If I do cook it with pork chops as Cheese Boy suggests, I'm still not certain what I'd have..a casserole? I've used in them sandwiches so far and they're okay. I preferred the roasted red pepper taste. I love sweet and dill pickles but pickled peppers..I was hoping someone would have a good way of eating them that would really complement what they are.

        2. toodie jane RE: Janine Nov 8, 2007 09:38 AM

          make an olive spread using them--like for muffalettas.

          1. azhotdish RE: Janine Nov 8, 2007 09:59 AM

            I would do a red snapper or halibut veracruz-style and just dice up the peppers to add a different twist to the dish.

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              Janine RE: azhotdish Nov 8, 2007 06:33 PM

              I had to look up both muffalettas and veracruz-style and both looked interesting. Thanks for all the ideas. I hate wasting food so this is a great start.

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