How to make it

  • Dump peppers into ziplock and pour olive oil over them all to coat well.
  • Sprinkle Steak seasoning liberally over peppers and oil
  • Zip bag to closed and shake bag like to coat all peppers evenly.
  • Now....just sit aside at room temp till ready to grill. I let mine sit most of the day when were grilling that evening.
  • BBQ: Put peppers in a grill basket and lay on grill at moderate heat. Turn a few times so the bottoms aren't burned. Approx. 20 minutes should do it.
  • OVEN: Put pepper on top of cookie sheet and put in oven at 375* for 1 hour. Take a spatula and flip and smack em around a bit. (now, didn't that feel good). You may want to cook a bit longer for them to's all personal taste. I do like them cooked almost crisp.

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    " It was excellent "
    chuckieb ate it and said...
    This was soooooo good! Made it this evening as a side dish. Found the mini peppers at Costco and did just what you said, left them in a bag with the steak rub and olive oil all day long. They were yummy and sweet. Have extra left over that I think I'm going to use on foccaccia with boccocini. Thanks so much. Excellent recipe.
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  • pleclare 7 years ago
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    " It was excellent "
    chuckieb ate it and said...
    Looks excellent. Just what I needed for this evenings BBQ. Thanks!
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  • divaliscious 10 years ago
    sounds super easy...a perfect reason as I am heating up my grill (ok its the neighbors, but i'll be there) this weekend and add this dish to the mix... thanks for posting!
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