We're moving on to the yellow produce part of our journey. When I think of yellow fruits and vegetables, I immediately taste lemons. But beyond lemons, crookneck squash happens to be one of my favorite vegetables to cook with. Golden delicious apples are often overlooked for fancier varieties, even though they boast a unique and refreshing flavor. And yes, you guessed it, we're looking at more bell peppers! For some colorful recipes using all of these yellow ingredients, keep reading.
Produce in vivid red hues might seem hard to come by, but interesting enough, in our colorful produce tour, orange produce was even harder to track down. As it turns out, the options are pretty straightforward — oranges, carrots, and golden bell peppers — but that doesn't make them any less full of flavor. Find out what to do with them when you keep reading.
A couple of weeks ago I attended the Ambiente design fair in Frankfurt, Germany, and as a journalist, I had full access to the Press Center there for the weekend. Aside from free wireless and happy hours with other international writers, my favorite part of the experience was lunch! The entrées at the Press Center were absolutely mouthwatering and I'm still dreaming of them. On my first day, I had this filet of beef with polenta and a wintry vegetable medley of bell peppers and zucchini. The little sprig of thyme was an adorable added touch!
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In this recipe, beef itself serves as the wrapper. To achieve paper-thin slices, freeze the sirloin for 20 minutes before cutting it with a sharp knife. Stuff the meat with sticks of stir-fried vegetables.
In a pinch, broccolini, carrot matchsticks, or any kind of bell pepper will do; be sure to secure with a toothpick. Interested in the recipe yet? Then keep reading.
The multicolored selection of bell peppers (red, green, yellow, even purple) makes for a colorful and attractive serving vehicle.
The beauty of this recipe is its adaptability; use leftover ground beef from crockpot lasagna — or, if you avoid red meat, ground turkey or chicken. For a quick weeknight dinner that also works well for entertaining, read more.