Stuffed Roast Peppers and Coriander Salsa

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Stuffed Roast Peppers and Coriander Salsa
Stuffed Roast Peppers and Coriander Salsa
Servings:Serves 2
Calories per serving:145
Ready in:50 minutes
Prep. time:10 minutes
Cook time:40 minutes
Difficulty:Average difficulty
Recipe author:Chef
First published:22nd October 2015

Sweet roasted peppers provide the perfect home for a filling of rich caramelised onion sausages, suitably paired with a dressing of fresh coriander and toasty pine nuts.

This gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, allergy free recipe created by Natural Chef, Ceri Jones.

This recipe is reproduced courtesy of debbie&andrew's sausages.

Ingredients

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dressing

Mise en place

  • Pre-heat oven to 180°C (fan-setting).

Method

  1. Split the peppers in half down the middle (through the stalk), remove all of the seeds and fibrous flesh and lay cut side up over a teaspoon of olive oil in an oven dish, roast for 15 minutes.
  2. In a frying pan, fry the sausage meat in a teaspoon of olive oil. After three minutes, add the grated courgette to the pan, stir and continue to cook until the sausage meat is fully browned – 6-7 minutes in total.
  3. Remove the filling from the pan, and drain in a sieve. Use a spoon to push out any excess liquid (a mix of sausage fat and water from the courgettes). Add the sultanas if using, plus the lemon zest and coriander. Stir well.
  4. Remove the peppers from the oven. Stuff with all of the filling and roast in the oven for a final 25 minutes.
  5. Meanwhile make the salsa. In a small food processor, blend the coriander with the rest of the ingredients, till a chunky paste forms.
  6. When the peppers are ready, remove from the oven and drizzle with salsa and toasted pine nuts. Serve with green salad.

Chef's notes

Instead of peppers you could stuff aubergines or courgettes.

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