Provencal Tomato Stuffed Bell Peppers

"This recipe is from the Cooking Club of America - It is a specialty dish from Southern France. The color is gorgeous both on the plate or on a platter for a buffet. Try adding a chopped Jalapeno pepper and some Parmesan Cheese for the last few minutes od baking. Works well in a toaster oven."
 
Provencal Tomato Stuffed Bell Peppers created by Bergy
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  • Preheat oven to 375°F.
  • Lightly brush an 8" baking pan with 1 tsp of the olive oil.
  • Place cut, cleaned peppers in the baking pan, cut side up, single layer.
  • Place 2 tomatoe halves cut side down inside each pepper.
  • Sprinkle with Herbs de Provence, salt and then drizzle with 3 tsp Olive oil.
  • Bake 25-30 minutes or until the tomatoes are softened and peppers are crisp tender.
  • Sprinkle with pepper& serve.
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  1. mr gene
    great with the cheese
     
  2. Bergy
    Provencal Tomato Stuffed Bell Peppers Created by Bergy
  3. Bergy
    This recipe is from the Cooking Club of America - It is a specialty dish from Southern France. The color is gorgeous both on the plate or on a platter for a buffet. Try adding a chopped Jalapeno pepper and some Parmesan Cheese for the last few minutes od baking. Works well in a toaster oven.
     
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