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Friday, June 15, 2012

PEPERONATA (A simple but delicious recipe with peppers)

Hello Everybody,

you know that I'm having some problems of health in these days, it's really hard but I want to go on and I don't want to feel overwhelmed. I want to be my self,  life is too precious an my little family too.
So I take a deep breath and I tell to my self...Let's go on Gege. Let's rock! If God is for us, who can be against us? 

So today I will share with you this typical italian recipe, that is really good! 
We love it and eat very often! 
It's so easy and simple! You can do it in 25 minutes! 

PEPERONATA

If you are Italian, you know this recipe.
If you are not Italian, you have to try it..you will feel a little Italian too! :-)
This recipe makes me think really about italian "dolce vita". It makes me think about my family, this is a recipe that we do when we have family dinner together during summer. 

So here you have the ingredients:


  • peppers
  • tomatoes
  • garlic
  • bay leaves
  • salt
  • extra virgin olive oil

 Directions:


Step 1:  wash your peppers, tomatoes and garlic.

Step 2: chop the peppers and tomatoes.

You will have this

Step 3: put everything in a big skillet, add salt, bay leaves and some extra virgin olive oil.

Step 4: mix well, cover with a lid and cook. Mix every two minutes and add  a little bit of water in  the skillet  if you see  that the peppers are too dry.

Step 5: when you see the "cream" in your skillet and the peppers and tomatoes are tender, you are almost done!  Mix well again, wait a minute and....

Enjoy it!



A LITTLE TIP:

To enjoy at most this recipe, I suggest to eat your Peperonata with  some good bread,  better if it's homemade!

BUON APPETITO!!!!

Much love,
Gege
 

15 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh how yummy!!!!! Your recipes always look amazing Gege!!!

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  2. So yummy!!!

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  3. Thank you so much!!!!!

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  4. Hello Gege,

    Stopping by for the first time to your sweet blog. So nice to meet you and peruse your posts. I am happy to try some authentic Italian recipes you have shared :) Than you for linking to Think on These Things!

    Kindly, Lorraine

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    1. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog!!!

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  5. I'm Italian-American and I don't know this recipe... what area of Italy is your family from? Thanks for sharing this on foodie friday it looks delicious.

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    1. Thank you so much Diane!!!! I live in the north of Italy, I was born here, but my family is from Puglia, so my recipes are so influenced by this wonderful region! But I also have relatives in Sicily!

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  6. Looks delicious! And I love your step-by-step photos too :) Thanks for sharing at Thrifty Thursday--come on back again!

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    1. Thank you so much Jenn!!!!!

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  7. YUMMY!!! Thanks for the recipe! :)

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    1. You are welcome!!!! Thank you so much for stopping by blog!

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  8. I love this Gege - it is going on my menu plan this week. We love peppers so what a great way to try them and feel like we are dining in Italy for the evening :). I am featuring you on my weekly link up. Praying for you Gege xo

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    1. Thank you so much Marci!!! I'm so happy that you will try this recipe, it will be as you are dining in Italy! Thank for featuring me and for your prayers! I really appreciate this!

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  9. oh my gosh...sounds mouth watering! thank you!

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    1. Thank you Annmarie!!!! This is one of my favorite italian recipe!!! It's sooooo yummy!

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