Thanksgiving Appetizer Recipe: Grilled Peppers Hors D’oeuvre

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Are you a hostess for Thanksgiving this year and want to impress your guest: then make this Thanksgiving appetizer recipe: Grilled Peppers Hors D’oeuvre. Your visitors will be blown away. This recipe needs some preparation. Most of it can be prepared ahead of time which is nice because you won’t have to load that special day. This is a recipe my grandmother used to make to impress her mother in law. :-). She didn’t have a very smooth relationship with her (to say the least) so each time she visited, she wanted to make a special thing to impress her.

What wouldn’t we do to impress our guests. I didn’t make this recipe to impress my mother in law. I made it because I love eating it and it is so so delicious. This is not one of the easiest recipes to make but if you have a partner that is good with BBQ, he can help you out. So let’s get started and see how to make this Thanksgiving appetizer recipe for your upcoming holiday party or any other party.

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Thanksgiving Appetizer Recipe:  Grilled Peppers Hors D’oeuvre

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Ingredients
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  • 4 Green Anaheim Peppers
  • 1 Yellow bell pepper
  • 1 red Fresno pepper or any other red pepper
  • 1 small onion
  • 1 tomato
  • 1 fresh baguette
  • 1 TBSP olive oil
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 tsp of cumin

Decoration

  • 1 egg boiled and diced
  • 1 can of tuna with olive oil.

Optional: 

  • Black olives

Make it

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  •  Grill  the peppers, tomato, onion on the BBQ. If it is too cold use the oven. (It won’t be as tasty though).
  • Once grilled, put them right away in a Ziploc bag and close it tight.
  • Let them sit for 30 minutes, then peel the peppers, tomatoes and onions.
  • Then on a large cooking board, cut them in thin cubes. You can use the mixer but be careful not to mix it a lot.
  • In a large bowl, mix the ingredients above and season with olive oil, salt and pepper and cumin.
  • On a separate cooking board, slice the baguette into medium slices.
  • Top the bread with the salad above
  • Decorate with an egg and tuna and olives.

While it does take a bit more work than our usual easy healthy recipes, the end result is an amazing Thanksgiving appetizer recipe!

What is your favorite Thanksgiving appetizer recipe?

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Thanksgiving appetizer recipe
Thanksgiving Appetizer Recipe: Grilled Peppers Hors D'oeuvre
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
45 mins
 
Thanksgiving Appetizer Recipe: Grilled Peppers Hors D'oeuvre
Course: Appetizer
Ingredients
  • 4 Green Anaheim Peppers
  • 1 Yellow bell pepper
  • 1 red Fresno pepper or any other red pepper
  • 1 small onion
  • 1 to mato
  • 1 fresh baguette
  • 1 TBSP olive oil
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 tsp of cumin
Instructions
  1. Grill the peppers, tomato, onion on the BBQ. If it is too cold use the oven. (It won’t be as tasty though).
  2. Once grilled, put them right away in a Ziploc bag and close it tight.
  3. Let them sit for 30 minutes, then peel the peppers, tomatoes and onions.
  4. Then on a large cooking board, cut them in thin cubes. You can use the mixer but be careful not to mix it a lot.
  5. In a large bowl, mix the ingredients above and season with olive oil, salt and pepper and cumin.
  6. On a separate cooking board, slice the baguette into medium slices.
  7. Top the bread with the salad above
  8. Decorate with an egg and tuna and olives.

16 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Appetizer Recipe: Grilled Peppers Hors D’oeuvre”

  1. Oh wow this sounds so good. The one thing I wouldn’t put on is the black olives because I don’t like olives. I do love everything else though. I must try this one.

  2. This is definitely a step up from our usual chips and dip. I will try this this year for Thanksgiving! Thanks for sharing.

  3. These would be amazing to serve around the holidays! We love grilled peppers….just got a new bbq (a little late in the season) and I can’t wait to grill up some veggies!

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