Sallatë me Speca të Gjelbër
Green Pepper Salad

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Sallatë me Speca të Gjelbër

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Ingredients

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18 Diced Guernica Green Peppers If you do have any Guernica peppers then use bell (ratio one large bell pepper to every one person)
3 Cloves Diced Garlic
1/2 Tsp Salt
1/2 Tsp Pepper
2 Tbsp Olive Oil
1 Tbsp Vinegar

Nutritional information

72
Calories
3.5g
Sugar
0.6g
Sat Fat
4.8g
Fat
1.4g
Protein
7.4g
Carbs
1/6
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This green pepper salad goes well along side fish dishes or sweeter dinners. The green peppers are quite sour and I tend to try not use them in casseroles or stews. I prefer to use them in salads, stuffing or sometimes in meat bakes to make a change from the plain ones.
 
As peppers (Speca) are one of the biggest vegetables grown in Albania you often find that they will be used in a recipe or as a side to recipe in most cases. In Albania you mainly find Guernica peppers, which can be light green or dark green, red ones are grown less but can be found on most of the little markets.
 
In summer, we often have this salad alongside melon, bread and qfote.
 
I find that a ratio of three Guernica pepper per person works well, if you do not have any then use one large bell pepper per person instead. 
Green Pepper Salad

Steps

1
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Prepare the Peppers

On large baking tray with a 1 inch depth, place all the diced pepper.

2
Done

Scatter the Garlic, Salt, Pepper and olive oil over the pepper and mix altogether. Ensure the mixture is spread out evenly on the tray.

3
Done

Cooking

Place the baking tray into the oven on 180 degrees for 30 minutes, ensuring you stir half way through.

4
Done

Serving

Before serving drizzle some vinegar over the top - can be eaten hot or cold.

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We would normally use it for 2 days only, but i would go by the look and smell – if it looks good, smells good then I would eat it 🙂

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