Tuesday, August 18, 2009

MMMMMM...Scalloped Peppers

Usually towards the end of summer - there is just an abundance of peppers in the garden - and this year is no exception. We stuff them, freeze them, put them on salads and well - make scalloped peppers. This is my mother-n-laws recipe - super simple and oh - so - good. Enjoy!
Any kind of peppers will do - I've used bell, banana, a couple of jalapenos and one I'm not even sure of the name.
Quarter them, clean out the centers and bring to a boil for about 10 minutes...
Drain...
Place in a large casserole dish - cover with cheese - lots o' cheese ( I use Velveeta) - crackers or day old bread - top with butter - and fill with milk until you can see it on top.


Bake approx. an hour and a half at 350 until there is a pretty golden color on top and nice and bubbly.
Scalloped Peppers - they are sooooooo good!
Everybody have a great Tuesday.
Cathy



8 comments:

Nancy said...

Well...that looks delish!!! Never had it before..but I love peppers...we will have to try it! Nancy

Darlene said...

Oh YUM, that sounds delicious!!!

Katherine Ann said...

That sounds SO yummy! Can't wait to try it...thank you for sharing it with us. Now I want to grow peppers next year :o)

Angie said...

I have never heard of that before, but it looks and sounds delish!

CathyJean said...

wow! looks wonderful. This one is a keeper - thanks Cathy! :)

Country Dreaming said...

Cathy--

My husband would think he'd died
and gone to heaven!
May need to try this one!

Melindaq

Monica said...

I've never heard of scalloped peppers before,but it sounds delicious!I like that that you can use all varieties!Thanks for the recipe!

Look Beyond The Picket Fence said...

I will agree with the others, yum! Hope everything is going well in Kentucky.
denise