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Dec. 2, 2012 6:10 pm 
Updated: Dec. 3, 2012 7:33 pm
Ok, I so normally I do really well in the kitchen. But...I bought 4 yellow peppers and 4 red peppers at an incredible price. We had an unexpected death in the family and I ended up being out of town for about 5 days. I get home and, rats, I have 8 peppers I have to do something with immediately. I decided to julienne the peppers and cook them in a non-stick skillet with 2 small, yellow onions to stop the aging process on the peppers. Now, what to do with it?  I'm thinking some boneless chicken breasts sliced into strips, seasoned with Montreal Chicken seasoning then dipped in egg and coated with some panko bread crumbs and cooked in said non-stick skillet with a little oil.  Sound good or sound bad? Now what should I serve them with or over? Potatoes, rice, pasta, quinoa? Any advice? And, remember, I can't keep these peppers around forever.  Thanks!
 
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Dec. 2, 2012 6:22 pm
Montreal Chicken seasoning: GARLIC, SALT, ONION, SPICES (INCLUDING BLACK PEPPER, PARSLEY, AND RED PEPPER), ORANGE PEEL, PAPRIKA, GREEN BELL PEPPERS, AND SULFITING AGENTS. Sounds good all but the "SULFITING AGENTS". I would Cook it with Potatoes, my wife likes Potatoes.
 
Dec. 2, 2012 8:18 pm
Sweet Italian Sausages, cooked with peppers and onion. Serve this on a hoagie roll or some other crusty, roll. I'm really not sure what the rolls are called. I just go buy 'em! But it is really good. I made this on Halloween night and the kids that came to the door wanted the sausages, not the stinking candy bars!
 
PaulaF 
Dec. 3, 2012 7:41 am
Thanks for responding so quickly! I never thought about Italian Sausages. That could work, that could definitely work. I forgot how good that smells and tastes. Maybe next year for Halloween you should just set up a stand and sell the sandwiches...save money on buying candy and make a little profit!
 
Dec. 3, 2012 8:05 am
Hi i do the same as Doc does,except we eat ours over rice.Sausage and peppers yummmmm.
 
Dec. 3, 2012 3:47 pm
i dont know maybe chicken fajitas. You said red peppers and i would be cutting them up and frying them with some broccoli.
 
PaulaF 
Dec. 3, 2012 7:33 pm
Well, I went to the store to get some sweet Italian sausage and some hoagie buns. What kind of store doesn't carry these? Got some smoked sausage and bolillo rolls. Not bad, I guess. Actually, disappointed. Almost, but not quite but hubby thought it was great. There is no accounting for taste!
 
 
 
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