Lunchbox Peppers Sauteed in Garlic and Olive Oil ~ are mini, sweet-tasting little bell peppers that are slowly sauteed in a skillet with some fresh garlic and olive oil until they are slightly charred. They are delicious and perfect to serve as a side vegetable with some grilled meats or fish. They can be added to sandwiches or just eaten by themselves, as a snack.
Lunchbox Peppers are packaged in a bag with a mix of red, yellow and orange colors. One package will suffice as side dish. If you plan to serve them to company, make 2 packages, because after one taste, your family and friends will come back for seconds, and more!
To prepare; pop open a bag and sauté the peppers in a large skillet with some olive oil, garlic and salt. That’s it!
No need to embellish these peppers, they are simple, yet very flavorful. I like to cook them low and slow, turning them until they’re slightly charred on each side. Sauteing these Lunchbox Peppers slowly is the key!
These lunchbox peppers are so yummy that it’s worth the extra time it takes to cook them.
Summer is a slow and lazy time for my family. It’s a time when we don’t have to rush to make a meal and sauteing these peppers need a little time and patience.
We enjoy sauteing fresh vegetables all summer long, and especially these lunchbox peppers which give off an amazing aroma, making the house smell so delicious! And, we foodies love to do!
1 package of Mini Peppers
2 Tbsp. olive oil, and maybe extra
3 garlic cloves, sliced
salt and pepper to taste