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    Green Peppers with ZIP?

    Koechin (Chef)
    Tue Aug 16, 2005 12:39 pm
    Forum Host
    When I grew up in Germany, we often had " Gefuellte Paprikaschoten"-Stuffed Green Peppers. The Peppers were not like the ones we get here! They looked just like it, but they were Peppery. You had to be sure to remove the seeds and membrane just like on Jalapennos. It made such a difference in the taste of the stuffed peppers. Does anyone else here remember that difference? Have you run across a pepper like that? I did run across a recipe here on Zaar that parboils the peppers in a large pot of water with 1/4 c of Hot sauce added. I will try that and see if that will return that taste of my youth! LOl Ingrid/Koechin
    Berliner Goere
    Tue Aug 16, 2005 4:59 pm
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    Hi there,
    the traditional "Gefüllte Paprikaschoten" are green bell peppers the other flavoring i. e. pepper comes from the filling. Usually they are gutted, stuffed and then baked/broiled.
    Hope this helps icon_biggrin.gif
    Koechin (Chef)
    Tue Aug 16, 2005 6:21 pm
    Forum Host
    All I know is that if my mother did not remove ALL the SEEDS and Membrane, they where very peppery. Also we had to be sure to wash our hands and not touch our eyes.
    However I just ran across a recipe here on Zaar that parboils the peppers in a large pot of water with 1/4 c Hot Pepper Sauce. I am cooking it as I am writing this. icon_smile.gif Ingrid/Koechin
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