I’ve made a vote on my Facebook page, which recipe I should propose to you next!
The result is, that I propose you this delicious traditional recipe of fried peppers.
In Naples and around Naples these little, fried peppers are called, friggitelli or in Neapolitan hot: friariell ‘! The origin of the name comes from the Italian word for fry = friggere. So it is obvious, that these little green mild peppers are fried in a skillet!
Traditionally, these little mild green peppers are fried without removing the seed. But if you don’t like the that, then remove the seed and cut them into pieces before frying.
Making them the last time here in Germany I’ve left the seeds. But I have to say, that I’ve eaten these friggitelli at my parents’ house in Italy during my summer vacation! Fresh friggitelli from my parents garden, so heavenly!! And my mum removed the seeds and of course it was much more pleasant to eat! So the next friggitelli that I make are seedless!! 😉
Now, don’t panic, if you don’t have these friggitelli at your grocery store or you don’t find them at the market place! This recipe also works great with “normal” bell peppers that we get everywhere! 😉 Just try!
This fried mild peppers are very suitable as an accompaniment to various dishes, or served cold as a tasty appetiser, or use them to spice up sandwiches, or grab them on a burger, or serve with delicious pasta……. fantastic!! 😉
And here is the recipe!
Italian fried peppers (friggitelli), tasty side dish
- 500 g mild green peppers or bell peppers
- 200g cherry tomatoes diced
- 2 garlic cloves, thinly sliced
- 3 tablespoons olive oil
- Wash the peppers and pat dry. If desired, remove the seeds and cut into pieces (otherwise you can fry them with seed).
- In a pan heat the oil, then add the peppers, salt them and fry slightly at low heat. Stir occasionally. After 10 minutes, add the garlic and the diced tomatoes. Stir well and let simmer for another 15 – 20 minutes. Stir occasionally.
- That’s it!
Recipe from: http://www.emmiscookinside.blog
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