Bagel And Roasted Sweet Red Pepper Sandwich
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Bagel And Roasted Sweet Red Pepper Sandwich
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:05:50 AM. Recipe ID 31009. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Bagel and roasted sweet red pepper sandwich
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      1    Bagel; sliced, (preferably
           -nice and fresh from a bagel
           -bakery)
      2 tb Fatfree cream cheese
           Roasted Sweet Red Pepper
           -pieces
 
  One of my favorite lowfat quick lunches is a sandwich made of:
  
  I found these terrific roasted red peppers in a jar in a grocery
  store I was sauntering through during my travels one day. The brand
  name is Roland and they say Italian Style Fire Roasted Peppers. The
  ingredients are peppers, water, salt, ascorbic acid. They have a
  little bit of blackened skin so they are tastier than the usual
  jarred ones. I've found other brands that are like these, also,
  usually at specialty markets or larger groceries.
  
  Of course, you can roast your own, too.
  
  There are alot of calories in the bagels and this is extremely
  filling, so you might want to have a half of a sandwich. Use as many
  pepper slices as you can fit on the sandwich - there are only about
  10-20 calories per slice (depending on how big the pieces are) and no
  fat. If you want, add sliced onions, cukes or other vegetables -
  whatever you can fit. If packing for lunch, wrap securely in waxed
  paper and/or a zip lock bag to keep the moisture from dripping out.
  Take a big napkin! ENJOY!!
  




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Recipe ID 31009 (Apr 03, 2005)

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