Roasted Pepper Salad
3-4 bell peppers- I used one of each orange, yellow, red, and green
1 red onion, roughly chopped
1/2 cup feta (more to taste)
1/2 cup kalamata olives, chopped (optional)
2 T olive oil
kosher or sea salt
- Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
- Chop the bell peppers into bite size pieces. Toss with olive oil, onion, and salt. Spread out on a baking sheet.
- Bake for 25-30 minutes until the peppers are to your desired degree of roasted-ness.
- Mix with feta and olives- if you do it when the vegetables are still warm the feta will melt a bit. It's tasty.
And that's it! Super simple and super delicious. Serve chilled, or at room temperature.
It's the perfect accompaniment to One Pan Greek Chicken and Rice!
Here's my hasty picture before we dived in.
Here's the food blogger's picture- lovingly styled and fussed over. Either way it tastes good. Recipe is shamelessly cut and pasted from RecipeTinEats- find it here. It's soon tasty, and I love anything that cooks altogether. I brought this to some families after a baby as well- perfect comfort food yet not too detrimental for your waistline.
Now for listening. All y'all Downton fans will love this one- Belgravia by Julian Fellowes. He's the creator of Downton Abbey, as well as an excellent author. It's not a podcast per se, but a serialized novel. You can find it on audible. Each episode is just over an hour. I'm 3 in, and HOOKED.
Here's the blip-
Julian Fellowes’s BELGRAVIA opens on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo, 15thJune 1815, when the Duchess of Richmond threw a magnificent ball in Brussels for the Duke of Wellington. Just before 1am, word came that Napoleon had unexpectedly crossed the border and Wellington and his troops had to leave immediately to prepare for war. Many of the officers died on the battlefield, still in their dress uniforms.
At the ball are James and Anne Trenchard, who have made their money in trade. Their beautiful daughter Sophia has caught the eye of Edmund Bellasis, the son and heir of one of Britainâs most prominent families. An event takes place at the ball that has a seismic effect on all their lives. Twenty-five years later, when the two families are settled in the newly developed area of Belgravia, the consequences of this terrible secret still resonate. Behind the doors of these magnificent new houses lies a web of gossip and intrigue.
Sounds amazing, huh?
Okay- I apologize for the cut and paste blog post, but I've got a crazy week of work! Make some chicken and listen to some British aristocratic scandal. XOXO!