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Chile - Bell Pepper
One morning Renate surprised us with this interesting dish she invented for Harald's Das Chili Pepper Buch. The idea for this recipe was born when the Zoschke's brought a couple of pancake rings from the U.S. -- here, sliced bell peppers serve as edible rings. This dish is ideal as either a light and speedy snack or as a visual highlight at a brunch buffet. Either way, your eyes will enjoy, too!
You have to make your own gnocchi for this recipe, but it doesn’t really take that long to do.

This recipe is from the article Mighty, Mysterious Mauritian Mazavaroo By Leyla Loued-Khenissi

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This basic recipe can be used for a variety of vegetables, including corn, green beans, carrots, or eggplant. You can even try a different salsa for a new taste.
This is a classic veal dish from southwest France. If you cannot find Espelette Puree, use fresh red New Mexican chiles and puree them in a blender with a little water. Another substitute is to use fresh red bell peppers with New Mexico red chile powder. Serve with mashed potatoes and yellow squash.
The refreshing coleslaw complements any kind of main dish, but especially barbecued brisket. We thank Jeff Campbell of the Stonewall Chili Company for this recipe.

This vegetarian consommé can be substituted for vegetable stock in any recipe. The flavor of peppers dominates this powerful, spiced up broth. It is an elegant example of a first course soup that can precede any entree. Read Dave DeWitt's entire spicy spring soup article here.

The credit for this recipe goes to Big Daddy, whoever he is. Feel free to spice this up by adding a couple of teaspoons of minced serrano or jalapeño chiles.

There are over 30 varieties of Turkish kebabs which locals call “siskebabi,” “sis kebaps,” or “kebabi. Fish, vegetables, pork, beef, fruit, or fowl, are all put on wood or metal skewers and grilled over open flame or coals. Note: If you want to grill vegetables along with fish, chicken or small cubes of meat it’s best to parboil vegetables such as bell peppers, zucchini, carrots and other dense foods before skewering. Baby new potatoes can be scrubbed and par-boiled in skins or use canned whole potatoes. This recipe is courtesy of Rick Browne. Read more about favorite Superbowl Party dishes from chefs on the Burn! Blog here.

Jambalaya is the kind of dish that can feed a big crowd. It takes a long time to cook, but it seems to get eaten pretty fast! Normally made with some combination of shrimp, chicken and andouille sausage, this recipe takes on an exotic twist with smoky wild boar bacon, chunks of alligator tail meat and kangaroo sausage.

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