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Unread 06-09-2011, 12:07 PM   #16
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one thing i've found is that softening up the pepper in a pan just a little bit tastes better imo.

but those look really good.
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Outstanding and I love the improvised pepper holding device, very creative. I will be using that idea, for sure!!!
yea it worked really good. just took a sheet of foil rolled from both ends then flattened and folded the ends together. (kinda left the bottom flat and inside edges taperd. like 2 wedges)
set peppers in and pinched foil between peppers to keep them standing.
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one thing i've found is that softening up the pepper in a pan just a little bit tastes better imo.

but those look really good.
yea, i left them in for a while hoping to mellow flavor a little but some people (wimps) said they were hot. i was thining about trying something to precook them a little but didnt know how they would how they would hold up to getting stuffed and coverd. i'm going to try that next time. do you use oil or anything?
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