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A yellow variety of the sweet pepper.
- ‘Pizzas are made with fluffy dough and a selection of toppings, including red and yellow peppers, tomatoes, black olives, mozzarella and portobello and porcini mushrooms.’
- ‘8 free-range chicken pieces; 1 tbsp white wine vinegar; juice of 1 large lime; 2 yellow peppers, deseeded and sliced; 1 large pinch of chilli powder’
- ‘Thread two metal skewers with 100g steak, cut into cubes, along with chunks of yellow pepper, onion, cherry tomatoes and mushrooms.’
- ‘Add the red peppers and yellow peppers and saute until tender, about five minutes.’
- ‘Selection baby corn, baby courgettes, thick asparagus tips, red or yellow peppers cut in strips’
- ‘Juice the yellow pepper, then the red pepper with the chilli.’
- ‘The roasted red and yellow peppers, zucchini, eggplant and asparagus were just so, and the heady porcini mushroom risotto underlying it all was lusciously creamy.’
- ‘These make a fine evening snack, or - garnished with chopped red and yellow peppers - make a suitable party hors d' oeuvres.’
- ‘He scoops up a selection of the sliced eggplant and limps over to the grill on his stovetop, where he carefully lays them to cook alongside the red and yellow peppers.’
- ‘To start I had the Greek salad of cos and oak leaf lettuce, red and yellow peppers, paper thin red onion slices, creamy feta cheese and a herb and mustard vinaigrette.’
- ‘No cottage garden can match the riot of colour: rich-red tomatoes; orange carrots; yellow peppers; and subtly contrasting shades of green and purple salad leaves, gently douched at regular intervals from concealed showerheads.’
- ‘My plate was filled with tender strips of chicken and pork together with mushrooms and green and yellow peppers.’
- ‘Use Sacla tomato, mushroom and red chilli gratinata instead of the yellow pepper smoked garlic sauce and substitute red peppers for the yellow peppers.’
- ‘Containing feta cheese, sun dried tomatoes, yellow peppers and olives, I found it tasty but not enough to have me running back for more.’
- ‘Enhanced by lettuce, red and yellow peppers this was filling enough to keep me going until our evening meal.’
- ‘In the store today, for example, I weighed some yellow peppers: $5.97 for two of them.’
- ‘The more vivid the colour, the more nutrients the pepper contains, so while green peppers are often the least expensive, red and yellow peppers are the real nutritional bargains.’
- ‘Those looking for something more substantial can try the perfectly cooked omelets made to order - with fillings such as spinach, goat cheese, and yellow peppers - and served with buttery fried potatoes and toast.’
- ‘Very good served with French beans and yellow peppers stir-fried in olive oil with slivers of garlic.’
- ‘Grill a red and a yellow pepper until the skins are blackened.’
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