"Toss pepper strips and onion rings with oil, melted butter, and TABASCO® Sauce in a foil pan, then grill until browned--a perfect side dish with grilled sausages and crusty bread." — TABASCO® Brand Pepper Sauces
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bell peppers, seeded and cut into 1/4-inch strips
onions, cut into 1/4-inch rings
Original TABASCO® brand Pepper Sauce
Simple, colorful ingredients and easy to prepare - the perfect accompaniment to just about any meat, grilled or otherwise.
So yummy on our grilled brautwurst patty sammies! I prepared exactly as written but just sauteed on the stove. Topped off the sandwich with Texas Pete's honey mustard sauce. Good stuff! Thanks, Tabasco, and thanks to Bellepepper for sharing this recipe with me :) You know a good pepper recipe when you see it!
I made these to serve on grilled hot Italian sausage sandwiches and they were great! I didn’t want to stand over a grill for 40 minutes, so I just did these on the stovetop over medium low heat, so I could be doing other things while these cooked. I thought 4 onions was a bit much, so I cut that way back and just added what I thought looked about right. I also omitted the sugar. We’ll do these again!
Why have I not done this before? So simple & so good. I added a HEAPING Tablespoon of jarred, crushed Garlic (Garlic is our thing!) and did not add the Sugar (not our thing). The peppers & onions slow cooked & were sweet and delicious. Used Red & Yellow Peppers because that is what I had. This would be amazing with additional veggies tossed into the mix. Seriously good & it was great comfort food! The Tabasco added just the perfect amount of twang, not heat! Dinner was great! Thanks for the recipe!
This came out really good. I used green, red and yellow peppers because that's what I had on hand. It smelled so good on the grill that the neighbors came by to ask what was cooking and could they have some! For West Coasters, it tastes just like the yummy peppers and onions sold by hot dog vendors.
Add Garlic, Jalapeno, and Sport peppers. Subtract 3 onions.
i thought these were delicious on sausage sandwiches
I used one onion to four peppers and sauteed it all on the stove, starting with the onions alone and then adding the peppers. This allows the onions to get softer and leaves the peppers with a slight crunch. I might cut back a bit on the Tabasco next time (maybe 3/4 tsp). Complements many dishes!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
TABASCO(R) Grilled Peppers and Onions
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 154
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