I look at Pepper Steak the same way I look at every other dish; it’s a blank canvas for me to play with.
Although I didn’t completely annihilate this dish (like I tend to do sometimes in a very good way), I merely made it Shea’s way (or changed some of the typical elements to suit my palate).
For real, y’all will thank me.
Now, this time I incorporated jalapeno peppers, which typically aren’t in everyday Pepper Steak recipes, but y’all know me. I also used a pepper called Aloha. Have you ever heard of such a fantastically named pepper?? I adore finding new things – especially if they turn out to be damn good.
Look how pretty…
I remember being a kid, and every time my mom or dad made something with bell peppers, like steak and peppers or stuffed bell peppers, I thought they were horrible for some reason. I absolutely love them now; which reminds me I definitely need to share my stuffed bell pepper recipe.
I think y’all will love it.
I would roll my eyes and think “what in the fuck are they doing with those things again?”. It didn’t take long for me to finally understand how good they were; I was just being a snooty little kid and of course, I thought I knew everything.
The cheese in these grits offset some of the heat in the peppers, but you can also control the heat by the amount of jalapeno peppers you use versus aloha peppers (or whatever peppers you choose). The spiciness of the peppers, and the richness of the steak combined with the cheesy grits is such a beautiful combination.
I hope you can find the Aloha peppers. They aren’t hot at all, but a little bit like a yellow bell pepper with a bit more sweetness. I absolutely LOVE them. Share with me if you have them locally and how you use them!
Here’s your printable-
*If you're not a fan of heat, decrease the jalapenos and add more mild peppers. *Remember that grits soak up moisture very quickly, and you may need to add more broth than called for in the ingredients. *If you can't find Aloha peppers, substitute red or green bell peppers
Here’s your pinnable-
*If you're not a fan of heat, decrease the jalapenos and add more mild peppers.
*Remember that grits soak up moisture very quickly, and you may need to add more broth than called for in the ingredients.
*If you can't find Aloha peppers, substitute red or green bell peppers