Tuesday, January 25, 2011

How to Roast a Red Pepper (or a green, yellow, orange, any.....)

It's hard.

It's sooooooo hard.

I can't believe something that sounds so simpele is So. Dang. Difficult!!

Follow me.

Deep breath.


Place......the pepper......on a baking sheet.


Preheat your oven to 500 degrees.
That's 5--0--0.

Set your timer for 20 minutes.
After 10minutes, turn your pepper over.


Then take that pepper and
place into a paper bag.

Seal up that bag and set
it into your refirgerator for 10 minutes.
(you'll want to place the bag onto
a plate or something because.......)

Sometimes the juices are overwhelming!


Then, scrape and peel the
charred skin from the pepper.
Make sure you leave a
few blackened bits so that your
friends and family will know how
much hard work you went to for them.


Next, slice or chop your hard work
into chunks and wait for the
perfect recipe calling
for roasted red peppers to come along.

(Hint: Tomorrow's post.)

Now go and watch yourself an episode of Veronica Mars as a reward for all your hard work. You've earned it!!!


Ella said...

I always gut mine first then cut them in half with the skin side up and roast it that way. Can't wait for the recipe to follow!!!♥

Pamela said...

Too Funny! I think we are posting the same (almost) recipe. Can't wait to see it!!!

Unknown said...

Thank you!!! I am a bit italian. The meaning is hot atichike dip ;)

Unknown said...

PS...It's Rins lol This is my blog name I am working on :)

Peggy said...

Mmmm. Roasted Red Peppers. One of my favorite things in this world! I can almost smell it from clear over here.

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