Grilled Marinated Peppers with Burrata and Breadcrumbs.
These grilled peppers are life changing!
I realize that’s dramatic. But it’s me! What else do you expect?
Plus, they’re really life-changing.
Oddly enough, I have another pepper recipe coming for you too.
One today, then another in a week or two (hint hint, they are stuffed!)
All the summer pepper feels!
If you adore all things tart and briney like I do, you will just flip over these peppers! They are grilled first, then covered in a delicious vinaigrette.
And then! We stuff them with burrata cheese and obviously all is right in the world.
Oh but then! Lots of thens, I know.
We add toasted sourdough crumbs or croutons (whatever you’d like to call them) for crunch.
Tons of fresh herbs.
More drizzles of vinaigrette.
I can’t even stand it!
The grilled marinated peppers are almost better than roasted red peppers. We have so many jars in our pantry because they are one of our favorite food – we use them in pasta, on pizza, to make sauce – everything.
These are just as good! Probably better. The smokiness from the grill adds so much flavor that you’ll want to put these on everything too.
There are a few different ways you can serve this. If you’re making it at home for a summery snack or dinner, make it like this. Keep the peppers whole, throw some burrata and breadcrumbs inside and enjoy with a knife and fork.
If you want to make this for a party or a pool snack, like a gathering with friends where it could be more of an appetizer, slice the peppers. Throw the sliced peppers on a plate with the vinaigrette and cover with a ball of burrata. Serve it with slices of sourdough instead of the crumbs.
The dish is super versatile.
Also, summery snack is my favorite thing. When I hear “summery snack” I think of a 5PM snack, when you’re enjoying happy hour with a chilled glass of white wine on the patio that accidentally turns into dinner. Those are the best kind!
This is the best kind.
Grilled Peppers with Burrata and Breadcrumbs
Grilled Marinated Peppers with Burrata and Breadcrumbs
- 4 bell peppers
- salt and pepper
- olive oil spray or for drizzling
- 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- pinch crushed red pepper flakes
- ⅓ cup olive oil
- 3 slices sourdough bread, torn into pieces
- 1 tablespoon butter
- ½ teaspoon garlic powder
- 2 tablespoons fresh herbs, like thyme, basil, rosemary, plus more for sprinkling
- 1 (8 ounce) ball burrata cheese
- Preheat the grill to medium-high heat. I like it to be around 500 degrees.
- Slice the peppers down the center, cutting them in half from top to bottom. Remove some of the ribs and seeds. Spray or brush the peppers with olive oil. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
- Make the vinaigrette. In a bowl, whisk together the vinegar, garlic, a pinch of salt and pepper, crushed pepper flakes until combined. Whisk in the olive oil until emulsified.
- Make the sourdough crumbs. Heat a skillet over medium heat and add the butter. Add in the torn sourdough pieces with a pinch of salt and pepper along with the garlic powder. Cook, tossing often, until crunchy and golden, about 5 to 6 minutes.
- Place the peppers on the grill, cut side down. Grill for 5 to 6 minutes (or until golden and slightly charred), then flip and grill for another 5. Remove the peppers and place them on a dish. Drizzle them with a bit of the vinaigrette and let them sit for a few minutes to marinate in the dressing. Tear apart a ball of burrata and distribute it over the peppers. Drizzle on more vinaigrette. Top with the sourdough crumbs and fresh herbs.
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This looks so delicious!
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Oh, my Lord! This looks GREAT! Hope to make it sometime soon. I LOVE burrata!
We made these last night and they were FANTASTIC! These are definitely going into the grilling rotation. Such a beautiful dish, too. (It wouldn’t let me give you five stars for some reason but know that I think it’s five star-worthy!)
You mentioned having multiple jars of peppers in your pantry. Are you referring to these grilled peppers? If so, do you preserve your grilled peppers by canning them? I love the idea of grilling then preserving peppers while they are so abundant in the garden. We’ve only frozen chopped fresh pepper to preserve it.
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OMGosh these are amazing!! I made this last night for a little porch happy hour with my hubby. Our mail lady came up to deliver (yes, our mail comes late), she looked interested so I offered her one and she said “it made her day” ha ha. She asked for a second one.
Delicious! I wasn’t crazy about the vinaigrette, it was lacking something for me (though it could be my vinegar… its a bit old?) but this was SUPER simple and really delicious. Felt fancy but was so easy. :)
Ok I’m circling back because I had leftovers today and I will say that they are WAY BETTER the second day! And they were damn good the first day so that says something. I am contemplating making these again tomorrow! Also, I had them with the prosciutto-wrapped peaches from your earlier recipe and it was such a delicious summer meal!
I made this! It was really easy and sooo good. The breadcrumbs were of the charts.
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These were soooooo good! I’ve made them twice and loved them both times. These will continue to be made as an appetizer or amazing side dish!
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These were delicious. My husband and I made as a trial tonight to see if we liked them enough to serve for a dinner party we are having soon. It was a thumbs up.👍Also loved the bread crumbs. They would make great croutons for salads.
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This recipe looks amazing. Im thinking to make it using mini bell peppers for a happy hour. Would it work at room temperature? It seems like it would. Thanks for sharing!
Could I broil these or roast instead of grilling? It’s winter here now so no grilling for us!
So delicious! Made these last week and am making again tonight. I didn’t have burrata so I used feta. Scrumptious. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe.
Thanks SO much for sharing this recipe!! It IS life-changing. I look forward to making this many more times.
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This looks so good ans will definitely make it! Thanks!!
I cannot wait to try these this weekend!!!
This was delicious! The grocery story was out of burrata so we did bufala mozzarella but still amazing and pretty easy. Can’t wait to make this again.
I have found my Foodie Soul Sister :) Fantastic recipe and I added just a tiny bit of Balsamic Glaze at the end. Thank you!
Délicieux ❤️ Thank you !
Love adding this to my long list of really good recipes. Thanks!
I made this recipe tonight and served it will grilled skirt steak. It was absolutely delicious!