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Old 06-15-2014, 08:29 AM
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Hello guys, I thought about summer food and fried veggies came in my mind. Here fried zucchinis, eggplants and peppers are considered as a delicacy.

For 5 people we'll need:

2 big zucchinis, sliced
2 big eggplants, sliced
8 peppers (any size and colour you like)
1 cup flour
olive oil
salt

First of all, put salt on all vegetables and keep them aside. Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Fry the eggplants in hot oil in batches until golden brown, about 3 minutes; Remember, eggplants "suck" the oil inside them, so you have to put in a small amount of oil every now and then.Then transfer to a paper towel-lined plate. Once the eggplants are done, fry the peppers.Then stir constantly until peppers are blistered over half their surface, occasionally shaking skillet, about 2 minutes. If the peppers are more, repeat. Transfer to a paper towel- lined plate.
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Fried peppers are served here often with tomato sauce. If you want to try this, then when the peppers are done, put in the frying pan 3 trimmed tomatoes, mint, oregano and salt. Let the food boil in low heat for 10- 15 minutes.

Put in a bowl the flour and salt and mix them. Put inside one slice zucchini at a time, make sure that the surfaces have flour and fry the zucchinis until they are lightly brown. Continue until the zucchinis are over.

Serve the fried eggplants, peppers and zucchinis with tsantziki sauce, feta, whole grain bread and greek salad. Enjoy!
They will look like this:
Zucchinis:

Peppers:

Peppers with tomato sauce:

eggplants:

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I have a bunch of peppers. I think I will try roasting them and having with the tomato sauce, I have a bunch of tomatoes almost ready in the garden. When cooking are the peppers floured also?

Your english translation is awesome. In the fried peppers directions you would use the word simmer instead of boil .
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Hey Rick you don't have to flour the peppers,only the zucchinis.Aww thanks for this,I make mistakes all the time! remember: in the same oil which peppers are already fried,put the trimmed tomato.Then the sauce will taste like the peppers good luck!
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