this is a delicious side dish that we serve on holiday's as part of our italian antipasto platter. the red peppers and the "sauce" they're in make excellent dipping with fresh italian bread and are the highlight of our holidays. i've even started making these to add on fresh grilled veggie sandwiches and i'll often make it to go in any recipe that calls for roasted red peppers since they put the jarred stuff to shame!! add as little or as much garlic as you want at the end...i use a lot! these are served at room temperature but sit nicely in the refrigerator if there are leftovers. ensure to let the peppers sit out at room temperature for at least 30 minutes before serving if you refrigerate to allow the thick surface oil layer to come to room temperature. be sure to let the garlic, oil, parsley and peppers marinate for a while before serving to get the full flavor. enjoy!
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i had this recipe cut out of one of the chicago papers, and have waiting to try this. since the kids were home, and i volunteered at the hospital, this was a perfect time for it, since the cooking times do vary. ended up a nice, savory meal.
this is day 6: lunch, on the 21 day wonder diet. you can serve this frittata hot or cold, and it can be made the night before, so you can take it to work the next day! this lunch is to be followed by an afternoon snack of 1 small apple.
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