Roasted Pepper Pinwheels
There’s a type of red pepper found in grocery stores right now called Sheppard Peppers. They’re long, kind of thin and so much more flavourful than the usual sweet red peppers. I don’t eat them raw, though. They’re the best peppers that I’ve ever found for roasting. Since they’re abundant now, I buy them six or eight at a time every week. Then, I roast them and have enough peppers to use all week in a salad, a pasta dish, or as pinwheels.
Pinwheels are what you get when you cut the roasted peppers into thick strips and spread something on them. That something, in this case, is tuna. Yes, I know, that sounds weird, but it is so good. This recipe comes together really quick, so you have no excuse not to try it.