>Sauteed Peppers with Garlic and Thyme for Taste & Create XVIV


For this month’s Taste & Create I was paired with KC from Kit’s Chow. It didn’t take me very long to find a couple of recipes that I wanted to try. As I had just brought home a huge bag of bell peppers and I absolutely love garlic my first pick was easy: Sauteed Bell Peppers with Garlic and Thyme.

This recipe was super easy and real tasty too! I absolutely loved the combination of the sauteed garlic and bell peppers with the balsamic vinegar!! Apparently I can eat loads of these, simply because a) Garlic is good for the cardiovascular system, offers protection against many cancers, offers protection against asbestos and promotes weight control and b) Bell Peppers offer protection against free radicals, reduce risk of cardiovascular disease, offer protection against rheumatoid arthritis, and appear to have a protective effect against cataracts.

Sauteed Peppers with Garlic and Thyme

6 Bell peppers
10 cloves of garlic, peeled and smashed
a couple of tablespoons of balsamic vinegar
a pinch of thyme
Olive oil

Turn the fire on medium and heat the pan. Add a bit of olive oil to sauté the garlic.
Add the peppers and sauté them until they are coated with oil and become limp.Stir the peppers and sprinkle some thyme over them. Turn the heat to low and cover the pan. Let the peppers cook for about ten minutes.Pour some balsamic vinegar over the peppers and toss to mix.Dish up. Serve at room temperature..


4 Responses to “>Sauteed Peppers with Garlic and Thyme for Taste & Create XVIV”

  1. Leslie Says:

    >What a fantastic recipe! I love it when the peppers cook until they’re melting, and adding garlic and balsamic vinegar…WOW! This looks so good! Thanks for posting the recipe so we can all enjoy this.

  2. Elyse Says:

    >I adore sauteed peppers! I’m so glad you chose this recipe for your taste and create. YUM! And the addition of garlic and thyme sounds so great; what fabulous flavors!

  3. Schotzy Says:

    >Yummy looking food!I am leaving you an award, but it’s not quite up on my post yet. Check back a little later! Thanks for the visit!

  4. Kits Chow Says:

    >Glad you liked my recipe. I had a great time browsing through your blog and wanted to make so many of your recipes. I’ll be back visiting often.

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