If you like it, save it!
Save and organize all of the stuff you love in one place.Got it!
If you like something…
Click the heart, it's called favoriting. Favorite the stuff you like.Got it!
Author Notes: I don't eat bell peppers. Ever. However, I started making these peppers years ago to fill out the antipasti offerings. Pretty color, pretty tasty (even for me, a pepper-hater) and pretty easy. Serve with the best loaf of crusty Italian bread you can find. - MrsWheelbarrow —MrsWheelbarrow
Food52 Review: Silken textured, deeply flavored and easy to put together, this pretty dish makes a lovely addition to a larger antipasto platter or a satisfying partner for a glass of wine and some crusty bread. Two things to be careful about when making this dish: (1) Don’t over-roast the red peppers; you want them to be cooked, yet still firm as the marinating process will continue to soften the texture, and (2) avoid over-salting; the anchovies will add a fair amount of salt to this dish; I recommend allowing the components to marinate, tasting and adjusting the seasoning right before serving. I found this to be especially delicious with slices of fresh Buffalo mozzarella. - Rhonda35 —The Editors
- 6 red bell peppers
- 4 garlic cloves. minced
- 1 jar excellent Italian anchovies
- 1/4 cup Chopped Italian Parlsley
- 1/4 cup Fresh basil, cut in a chiffonade
- Salt and pepper
- Excellent olive oil
- Excellent balsamic vinegar
- Roast the peppers: Either broil, grill or hold over the gas flame until the entire skin is blackened and blistered. Place the blackened pepper in a brown paper bag and close up to steam them.
- Wait about 15 minutes to cool the peppers, then tear open the bag and peel the peppers, removing seeds and ribs. I use the bag to catch all the detritus and contain the mess.
- Cut the peppers into strips about 1" wide.
- In a beautiful serving dish, layer peppers, garlic. anchovies, herbs, salt and pepper, pouring some olive oil and balsamic over the top.
- Allow to marinate for an hour or more. Serve at room temperature.
- This recipe is a Community Pick!
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Red Pepper Recipe