roasted pepper relish

I had always been a bit apprehensive of roasting my own peppers so I continued to pay a ton for them at the store.

Then I had three peppers that needed to be used and I decided to just try roasting my own. Its easy to do right in the broiler! Heat the broiler on high, place peppers on a pan and essentially let them burn, turning to burn all sides. (Everyone can burn food, right?) Once you let the peppers cool you can easily the remove peel and seeds.

That’s it!

This relish can be used for just about anything. Try it with grilled steak or fish. Put it on pizza. Eat it with slices of bread and some melted cheese. Try it with eggs or just plain on its own.

Whatever you do with it, it’s sure to make any food look good and add delicious roasted pepper flavor to every bite.

 

Roasted Pepper Relish

by Emily Dingmann

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Keywords: appetizer entree gluten-free low-carb vegan vegetarian

 

Ingredients (2-3 cups relish)

  • 3 peppers (I used yellow, orange and red)
  • 2 Tbsp chopped kalamata olives
  • 2 Tbsp chiffonade fresh parsley
  • olive oil
  • salt & pepper

Instructions

Preheat broiler to high.

Place peppers on a baking sheet on top rack, closest to the broiler.

Cook for about 15 minutes, rotating the peppers every few minutes when the skin gets dark.

Let peppers cool.

Remove seeds and skin. The skin should peel off pretty easily.

Thinly slice the peppers and blot with a paper towel.

Toss with olives and parsley, drizzle with olive oil and season with salt & pepper to taste.

Will keep in the refrigerator for 5 days.

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daily eats: 2.4.13

Hi! Long time, no daily eats posts. (3 months actually!)

I hope you all had a great Super Bowl (if you celebrate). I tried to catch most of the commercials and ate artichokes, chips with salsa and queso and chicken fingers. (I have no idea…but they sounded SO good!) I sipped on some wine with the snacks and then made some paleo chocolate chip cookies that my friend Erin pinned – she seriously pins the best paleo recipes.

am workout: 30 minute express physique 57. I’ve been doing the physique 57 dvds for a few months now and am a big fan. Do I look like Kelly Ripa? Not yet but I’ll keep you posted. ;)

breakfast: coffee with half & half + 2% and a banana pancake that I baked into a huge banana loaf (way easier than making separate pancakes!) – I make them with bananas, almond meal, flax meal, eggs, egg whites, vanilla and cinnamon and top with some almond butter and a small drizzle of maple syrup. Trust me when I say it is hideous (especially in fluorescent lighting). Most of us thought it tasted good… 

lunch: chopped salad with romaine, kale, cucumber and pepper + 5-6 oz chicken + 1 slice turkey bacon + 1. 5 hard boiled eggs + annie’s light honey mustard dressing.

and a cookie for dessert!

pre-run fuel/snack: few bites of applesauce for some sugar

pm workout: run! I think I might sign up for a 1/2 marathon. I really have no idea what brought this on, it kind of came out of nowhere. (maybe because I’m turning 30, maybe because I just joined a gym, maybe as an excuse to buy some workout clothes, maybe because one of the 1/2 marathon possibilities is in Santa Barbara which means I could turn it into a running and WINE weekend?!) Whatever the reason, I am literally starting at the beginning. I really haven’t done much cardio in the last few months so when I say I’m starting at the beginning I mean, I’m running: 1 mile, 1 mile, 1.5 miles, 2 miles this week. I’ll run more than just 1 mile per workout, but I need to run a mile straight, then take a walking break, then start running again. {Today’s workout ended up being about 4.5 miles total: run 1, walk .5, run 1, walk .5 and 1.5 miles round trip walk to and from gym}

snack: my new favorite – Finn Crisp cracker + deli turkey + mustard – 2 of them are about 100 calories and have more than 10 grams of protein!

dinner: “the word’s best chicken” (recipe from pinterest) + asparagus. The chicken is really good but world’s best might be a stretch, although I have made it a few times now…

dessert: paleo cookies (3)  – the cookies get really soft the next day, I think next time I’ll try adding some more almond meal and freeze them into little dough balls.

I’ll have prettier pictures on my next post, promise! :)

lately i’ve been…(xiii)

getting random baking urges. Since I have no ingredients at home, I must make the most basic of things like blondies. (with butterceam!)

wanting to eat out. All the time. For every meal. Help me!

drinking Red Velvet Lattes….words can’t even.

having many recipe fails. Feta Horseradish Dip, Miso Eggplant….Ugh.

going on another taco crawl with brother.

voting. Woohoo! :)

having fun california wine tastings at home.

enjoying another visit with brother!

visiting the new My Fit Foods that just opened this week in West Hollywood. We tried it out last night and were so impressed! I think they’ve got a regular customer. :)

trying to decide what to bring to Thanksgiving…what is on your menu? These side dishes all sound amazing.

 

What have you been up to?

daily eats: 10.30.12

My food from Tuesday might go down in history as the ugliest day of food. EVER! You’ve been warned…

Oh, and apparently I shop at Trader Joe’s a lot. :)

Workout: 45 minute spin class.

Beverage: coffee + 1/2 & 1/2. (And a side of man with sword…the sword was NOT a Halloween prop).

Breakfast: Banana Custard Oats ala The Healthy Everythingtarian. I used 1/2 cup oats + 1 cup water + 1.5 eggs + 1/2 banana and topped it with 1 Tbsp peanut butter. This breakfast is amazing. Not in terms of looks, but in terms of flavor and its staying power.

Snack/treat/sugar: coffee + coconut creamer and 1/2 beignet. We had some beignets and chicory coffee at the office  and I had to sample.

Lunch: 1 cup turkey chili (from Trader Joe’s) + greek salad: romaine + cucumber + hearts of palm + kalamata olives + feta cheese + dressing. Lunch was tasty, but I don’t think I’ll get the chili again.

Snack: baked lentil chips + mediterranean greek yogurt dip

Dinner: 2 masala veggie burgers (Trader Joe’s) + steamed green beans + raw veggies

Dessert: 2 squares dark chocolate

Now, the real important question is – did you dress up for Halloween? What were you?

This was my sorry attempt…and my brother is here!