Romesco sauce made from homegrown capsicums
By Casper Harboe
Romesco sauce is a nice vegetable dip or sauce for grilled chicken, beef or shellfish.
6 red capsicums
1 dl oil
½ dl almonds
2 tablespoons of fresh manchego cheese
1 fine chopped chilli or chilli sauce
Grill the capsicum on a grill or in the oven until they turn black. Put them in a freezer bag and let them cool down. Remove the black skin and pips and put the capsicums in a blender. You can also use an immersion blender. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend it into a grainy sauce.
Season with salt, chilli or chilli sauce.
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