Top Rated Banana Pepper Recipes

Kefir Crab Dip
Recipe Courtesy of LifewayAre you crazy for crab dip but not for the copious calories? Then we’ve got a recipe for you! Farmer cheese brings all the flavor and none of the guilt to this creamy, probiotic-packed appetizer.
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Pesto Kefir Hummus
Recipe Courtesy of LifewayThis flavorful pesto hummus is probiotic-packed with no preservatives or artificial flavorings. After one bite, you’ll never go back to store-bought brands.
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Philadelphia is known for its cheesesteaks, which is why Eagles fans can grab one whenever they head to Lincoln Financial Field for a game. They call it a tailgate because it's easily created out in the parking lot, but they hope you head inside for the real thing. 
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Pickled Peppers 2
Sweet, tangy, spicy, salty, sour — pickles are bite-sized powerhouses of flavor. Since this recipe calls for a quick pickling process (no need to sanitize the jar) the rings of banana peppers stay nice and crunchy. But beware that banana peppers, like many other chile varieties, run the gamut from mild to hot. Its a good idea to taste one before you start cooking and adjust the amount of sugar in your brine accordingly.  Click here to see more pickling recipes and tips. 
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It’s officially football season, which mean we get to enjoy one of our favorite pastimes: tailgating. All season long, The Daily Meal will be speaking with chef supporters from Taste of the NFL about their favorite game day nosh, recipes, and tips. First up is chef Troy Guard, hailing from Denver, Colorado. In addition to being both a Denver Broncos and a Dallas Cowboys fan, Troy is the chef/owner of TAG Restaurant Group, which includes TAG Restaurant, Los Chingones, Sugarmill, Bubu, TAG Burger Bar, and Guard and Grace. When it comes to his favorite tailgating dish, Troy doesn’t believe you always have to break out the grill; he’s a sandwich guy. “There’s something about eating with your hands when watching football. It’s the way you would enjoy it in the stadium. I love the combination of ingredients on this sandwich, and it stays good from 1st to 4th quarter.” Here is Troy’s delicious recipe for a turkey club sandwich that you to tackle at home.
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If you’ve done pulled pork and chili too much this past season, this chicken burger recipe is great to serve for the playoffs. Towering high with pickles, banana peppers, and a spicy Jamaican sauce, these will put beef burgers to shame. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Picnic and cookout season is here. So I thought I’d share with you a recipe that’s sure to be popular at casual outdoor parties. It’s simply traditional pasta salad … but a bit more special than your everyday recipe. It’s full of colorful veggies, lots of textures, and loads of flavor. By the way, leftovers taste great … if you have any!
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