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Lazy Person's Golden Rush Bell Pepper Sauce

Lazy Person's Golden Rush
Bell Pepper Sauce
Story/recipe and photos by Tom Weber

EUREKA!

No, this is not 1849, and I haven't struck gold at Sutter's Mill in Old California; but, what I've "discovered" is worth its weight in that global monetary standard.

It's a sauce that's so radiant and delicious, you'll think you hit the mother lode right there in your own kitchen.

litograph of California gold diggers
"California Gold Diggers: Mining Operations on the Western Shore of the Sacramento River" – lithograph published by Kellogg & Comstock, New York and Hartford - Courtesy of the Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut - In the public domain via Wikipedia

I didn't need a brigade of "forty-niners" to assist, just a little pre-planning and a bit more time on the hourglass than usual. Armed with a few simple ingredients that I actually purchased in advance – yes, IN ADVANCE – and I was good to go to stake my claim to the Lazy Person's Golden Rush Bell Pepper Sauce. LPGRBPS for short.

This is a terrific topper for pasta – penne or fusilli would work well – coat it over a Piadina Romagna in place of the standard tomato sauce for a killer flatbread pizza, or use it as a dipping sauce with beef fondue, or alongside grilled steak, chicken, pork or fish.

The LPGRBPS is the tasty, go-to, creamy liquid when you're looking to strike gold in la cucina.

What do you say we head into the galley and get this little culinary "rush" underway?

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LAZY PERSON'S GOLDEN RUSH BELL PEPPER SAUCE

Ingredients (to yield approximately 24 oz/710 ml)

  • 6 medium size Bell peppers ( 2 ea. red, yellow and orange)
  • 3 tbsp Virgin Olive Oil
  • 3-4 Cloves of Garlic
  • 1 can (400 gr/) Peeled Tomatoes
  • 1/4 tsp Dried Red Pepper Flakes
  • 1/2 Chicken Broth Bullion Cube

Prep & cooking time: 60-min.

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Step-1: Rinse off Bell Peppers; cut in half; remove stems, white pith and seeds. Cut into cubes.

red, yellow and orange bell peppers

Step-2: Coat the bottom of a medium size pot with Virgin Olive Oil.

bottle of virgin olive oil

Step-3: Flatten Garlic Cloves, place in pot and cook on MEDIUM heat until slightly brown (1-1.5 min.).

left: garlic cloves; right: garlic cloves toasting in olive oil

Step-4: Add the Bell Peppers, stir and let mixture cook down on MEDIUM heat (approximately 15-min.).

bell peppers cooking

Step-5: Add Peeled Tomatoes, stirring to merge well.

left: canned peeled tomatoes with liquid; right: canned peeled tomatoes added to bell peppers

Step-6: Add Dried Red Pepper Flakes and stir.

left: dried red pepper flakes; right: peeled tomatoes added to red bell peppers

Step-7: Add Chicken Stock Bullion Cube, or similar, to mixture and stir.

chicken broth bullion cubes

Step-8: Partially cover pot and let the mixture stew on MEDIUM-LOW heat (approximately 20-min.).

partially covered cooking pot on stove

Step-9: Uncover, let the mixture continue cooking on LOW heat until it thickens (approximately 10-min.).

pot uncovered as cooking continues

Step-10: Turn off heat and begin pureeing mixture until it reaches a thick and creamy consistency.

left: hand-held mixer-blender; right: pureed bell peppers

Step-11: Let the new sauce cool, then transfer to storage containers and freeze for later use.

pot and storage containers filled with bell pepper sauce

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Now, you know how to make the Lazy Person's Golden Rush Bell Pepper Sauce, too. Keep the recipe handy as I'll be showing you soon how to put it to good use. In the meantime, here are a couple of sneak previews.



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Hi Audrey,

Love your lamb shanks.

--- Paul, Scottsdale AZ

Haven't been called Tad for . . .gee, maybe I've NEVER been called Tad . . . guess I'm the only one with chutzpah enough to mention Bourdain. BRILLIANT?

--- Ken, Shutesbury, MA

I think we must have had an entirely different experience in the UK. (Fresh Food and Real Ale – week 1). We were up in Edinburgh and they served something called ‘Neeps & Tatties.’ The items were boiled so long that I couldn’t even recognize what I was eating. Come to think of it… I couldn’t taste them either. Later I found that Neeps’ are Turnips and ‘Tatties’ are potatoes.

--- Lindy, Phoenix, AZ

My mouth was watering as I read some of your descriptions of the fantastic fare of ... England? I had always felt smug about the lowly reputation of British cuisine as this gave us at least one country with a worse culinary reputation than America's. I guess I'll have to change my views. Your article made me actually want to take a CULINARY tour of Britain. Yummy yummy yummy.

--- Sandy Miner, Portland, OR

Thanks for your note. Thanks to Traveling Boy I get to interview a world famous chef this week who is widely recognized as spearheading the Yummy movement in Ireland. Guess I'll have to take yet another culinary tour a little further north and check it out... (I love my job!) --- Audrey

Very interesting, mouth-watering piece by Audrey! (A McDreamy McMeel). Your web site is fascinating!

--- Susie, Victoria, BC

Combining travel, food, and intelligent advice -- BRILLIANT! Your site fills a long-felt need for hungry roamers. Keep it up! It's Anthony Bourdain with reservations and CLASS.

--- Tad, Boston, MA


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