I wanted to share this recipe with you again, as I have been making it a lot recently. I make no apologies for this, as it feels like such a sunny dish, packed full of flavour, it cheers up a winter’s day. It also makes a perfect lunch for one with some salad and bread – I make a large dish full and eat it day by day.
I’m going to include my original comments, too as my sister has been so good to me this week. Thank you Lucy!
The photos are quite dark. It was a cold and gloomy day in London. One of those days when you stay in with the light and heating on all day long. And this recipe, although it appears summery, was just perfect. Warm, comforting, yet vibrant and fresh. I’m not going to even write a recipe here. All I did was cut peppers in half, remove the pith and seeds and stuff them with cherry tomatoes and garlic cloves (skin on), followed by a drizzle of great quality extra virgin olive oil and bake until soft and slightly charred at the edges.
I served the peppers with some homemade black olive spelt soda bread (recipe to come soon) to mop up the juices.
Here’s one of my favourite photos of my sister and me. I’m so lucky to have such a wonderful sister