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  1. janiebaby

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    When you want a bit of pepper for your salad , chop the top bit off , like you were cutting a lid ,and chop round the stalk ,
    you are then left with a almost whole pepper for stuffed peppers:D
     
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    Thanks for that... it's a good idea. You could get really creative with fillings and things... what sort of things do you use to stuff peppers?
     
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    I usually use rice (with lots of spices and other veg mixed in like courgette and mushrooms...) YUM!
     
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    batchelers savoury rice is good , flavoured coucous is another ,
    i also like to put a bit of tinned toms in the dish as well , it helps it to keep moist
     
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