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RB's Copycat Progresso Pepper Salad

RB's Copycat Progresso Pepper Salad created by KitchenHacker

Many years ago Progresso used to make a pepper salad product that they stopped making. During the time that they made it I used it on or in many different things. It was great in Italian salads, sauces Sausage, pepper and onion sandwiches and also as a condiment for other cold cut sandwiches.

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  • In a large frypan, add EVOO, garlic, and Italian seasoning. Saute for 3 minutes to let the flavors meld. Add the package of frozen pepper & onion mix and saute over medium high heat to let the water boil off.
  • When the peppers start to look cooked reduce heat to medium low and add the red wine vinegar. Allow to cook for 2 more minutes and remove from heat. Place in container and refrigerate for at least 8 hours before using.
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"Many years ago Progresso used to make a pepper salad product that they stopped making. During the time that they made it I used it on or in many different things. It was great in Italian salads, sauces Sausage, pepper and onion sandwiches and also as a condiment for other cold cut sandwiches."
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  1. akathleen880
    Great resipie, thankyou so much.
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  2. John F.
    Progresso Pepper Salad also had capers in it. All of the "copycat" recipes are omitting this ingredient.
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  3. KitchenHacker
    RB's Copycat Progresso Pepper Salad Created by KitchenHacker
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  4. KitchenHacker
    Many years ago Progresso used to make a pepper salad product that they stopped making. During the time that they made it I used it on or in many different things. It was great in Italian salads, sauces Sausage, pepper and onion sandwiches and also as a condiment for other cold cut sandwiches.
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