Top Rated Roasted Pepper Recipes

Holy Guacamole
Holy guacamole; this recipe is delicious! This easy-to-make dip keeps all of the bright, citrusy, and peppery flavors of your favorite guacamole recipe but adds extra smokiness by roasting the jalapeño pepper in the oven. The heat of the oven also mellows the spiciness of the pepper so this guacamole is a little bit less spicy than the original.Our 50 best guacamole recipes.
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Camarones con rajas
Cook these sauteed shrimp in a creamy sauce of garlic, onions, poblano peppers and cilantro. Then pile all that over a hefty helping of rice or pasta. Just be sure to add salt to the boiling water and avoid other common pasta cooking mistakes as you prepare the noodles. This recipe is courtesy of La Cocina de Leslie
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4.5
If you're having a small holiday gathering, this is the recipe to make. Pork roast is cooked to perfection and served with a side of pasta and veggies. Recipe courtesy of Blue Apron 
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4.5
High in protein and good carbs, this recipe will keep you fueled for glory come race day. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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a meatloaf fit for champions
Lydia Shire, the esteemed Boston-based chef whose Scampo and Towne Stove & Spirits are two of Beantown's best and most original restaurants, loves NFL football as much as she loves full-flavored food. "Yesterday was the start of NFL Wild Card Weekend," she wrote to me in early January. "You know what a fan I am. I took yesterday off to watch and cooked something I probably have not cooked in 25 years — MEATLOAF!!! Yes, I was craving meatloaf (no fancy restaurant food here). It was so damn good. I wrote out the recipe for friends who came over." With little prodding, Shire agreed to share it with us. If you're looking for something a little more complex (and unexpected) than chili and wings for your Super Bowl viewing party — or if you just like good meatloaf, any time at all — you'll love Shire's take on this American classic.
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