Hot Sauce
I found this on a Portuguse website and thought it was good to share. I like the idea that you can use this sauce the same way you can use Tabasco sauce.-StudentchefThis recipe is courtesy of Studentchef via Food.com.
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Beef and Couscous Stuffed Baby Bell Peppers
Tiny bell peppers are packed with ground beef, spinach and couscous, then sprinkled with reduced-fat cheese.Recipe courtesy of Beef. It's What's For Dinner.
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4.5
These delicious firecracker burgers are seasoned with a kick of cayenne and topped with bell peppers for tons of peppery flavor.This recipe is courtesy of McCormick.
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4.5
tomatillo sauce
I've been evolving this recipe for years - first it got very complicated but recently I've learned to love a more simple (read easier to prepare) salsa.
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4.5
Salt and Pepper Party Skewers With Peanut Dipping Sauce
These flavorful, pan-fried tofu triangles are perfect for dipping in a rich peanut sauce. Stovetop-roasted peppers add color and flavor.Recipe courtesy of House Foods
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4.5
Tilapia with Tomato, Bell Pepper, and Snap Peas
I created a colorful medley of seasonal vegetables that's as much a feast for the eyes as it is for the palate. The key to this simple dish is not to overcook the tilapia and to keep the vegetables crisp-tender. You can feel free to substitute whatever vegetables you prefer. Click here to see Tasty Tilapia Recipes for Any Night of the Week.
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Hearty and filling, this tasty dinner will help you bulk up the healthy way.
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Red Pepper Hummus
For when you want the red pepper flavor, but don't want to go to the trouble of roasting.
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3.8
stuffed peppers
Ground Beef-Stuffed Mexican Bell Peppers are an appetizing dish that will spice up any meal. Giving these pretty peppers a Mexican feel is not only pleasing to the eye, but to your palate too! Our mixture of ground beef, onions, corn, garlic, black beans, cumin, paprika, and rice is the perfect combination of flavors that give just the right Mexican feel to your entire meal.
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3.5
Chirp, Chirp Deviled Eggs
This clever twist on deviled eggs makes it look like a bunch of hatching chicks — making them almost too cute to eat.This recipe is courtesy of Liz Weiss, MS, RDN, Liz’s Healthy Table.
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One-pan breakfasts are always a hit, and this recipe takes flavorful bison breakfast sausage and sautés it with potatoes and peppers so you’ll start you day with protein, vegetables, and starch.
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2.5
John “Blue” Avila was born into the barbecue business, as the first grandson of Texas food legends A.C. & Mary Saenz of A.C. Saenz Tamales & BBQ est. 1968. Avila was previously the pitmaster at the world-famous Franklin's Barbecue in Austin (widely-considered to be the best in the country) and is now working as Executive Chef at Morgan’s in New York.  He handles a number of turkey items on their grill including Turkey Tails and slow-oak-smoked turkey. This is what he had to say: "Now, a lot of old timers would muster up all of the leftover meat from the turkey and make Turkey A la King which is a true Southern dish, said Chef Avila. “One of the components is Pimento as well which is very popular right now on the scene." "My grandpa loved Thanksgiving Day with the family but I always saw a sparkle in his eye knowing he was just a day away from making his family famous Turkey a la King. This is a simple comfort food recipe that is easy to make."
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