Recipe: Fried Peppers Salad with Mint

Vegetable recipes with herbs
September 04, 2011

Peperoni SeniseSenise Peppers are small sweet peppers with elongated form, from Basilicata, Italy.
They are used mainly for the traditional recipe peperoni cruschi: they should be dried and then fried.
I will dry my next Senise harvest, but I wanted to taste them, so I fried them fresh and seasoned with aromatic herbs.

Fried Peppers Salad with Mint

Fried Peppers Salad with Mint

4 Senise peppers
a small bunch of chives
2 tbsp mint leaves

Cut the Senise peppers into strips, and fry in a skillet for about 20 minutes.
Season with mint and chives and serve at room temperature.

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Tags: Chives  Salads  Mint  Bell pepper  

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Author: DebinHawaii (URL)

I am not familiar with these peppers but they sound delicious. I love how fresh and colorful this salad looks. Thanks for sharing it with Souper Sundays. ;-)

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