No ImagePeperonata (Sautéed Peppers and Onions)

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  1. Deb

    wow! I made this and served it on top of tri-tip beef dips….just wonderful. This was my first time to your blog, and I will definitely be back to try more, thanks for sharing!

  2. Jared

    This meal is amazing. I cooked it up exactly like this then threw it on top of garlic spaghetti. I took it too work and by the end of the night there was not a pepper left on the plate. Thanks for helping me out :D

  3. ella

    I made this for my family last night, and it was one of the most delicious dishes ever! I took a fresh loaf of french bread and made garlic bread, and put the peperonata over it to serve. Fantastic! I think the basil is a key ingredient and cannot be done without (although I did forget the lemon juice). Thank you for this post!

  4. Amanda

    Mmmmm……delicious. Pretty sure I just committed a peperonata sin and ate it over pasta, but being a poor grad student, you stretch all meals out as far as you can. And this is a fabulous poor grad student recipe. Delicious, cheap and will last me about four days!!!! (I love your website so much, by the way. I introduced my mom to it this summer, and she’s in love with it now too!)

  5. Ana

    Thanks so much for this easy Peperonata Recipe. I thought the pepper was supposed to be baked instead of frying them up. How silly I’m because I never cooked before in my life due I grew up having a maid and now I’m married and must cook for both my husband and toddler. They loved this delicious dish.

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