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    Pandora Guest

    Default Pie of Grilled Vegetables

    Eggplants, bell peppers, potatoes and tomatoes.
    Unusual but very delicious side dish.
    recipe and pics on
    http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    Cheers
    Pandora

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    Gary Guest

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    Pandora wrote:
    >
    > Eggplants, bell peppers, potatoes and tomatoes.
    > Unusual but very delicious side dish.
    > recipe and pics on
    > http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/


    For those here that don't like blogs, you should look at this.

    Pandora (or Pandy, if I may), this dish looks and sounds amazingly good. I'm
    going to have to try this soon. I've saved it in my recipe folder.

    The only problem I can see is that it won't last me very long. You mention
    that the recipe is for 6 people. Here (for me) it looks like dinner and a
    couple of snacks.....since I would be running back for more way too soon.
    heheh Thanks for posting this. YUM!

    G.

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    Brooklyn1 Guest

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    On Sat, 13 Oct 2012 05:21:37 -0400, Gary <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Pandora wrote:
    >>
    >> Eggplants, bell peppers, potatoes and tomatoes.
    >> Unusual but very delicious side dish.
    >> recipe and pics on
    >> http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/

    >
    >For those here that don't like blogs, you should look at this.
    >
    >Pandora (or Pandy, if I may), this dish looks and sounds amazingly good. I'm
    >going to have to try this soon. I've saved it in my recipe folder.


    It pains me but I have to concur, this is the first dish Pandy posted
    that actually looks edible.

    >The only problem I can see is that it won't last me very long. You mention
    >that the recipe is for 6 people. Here (for me) it looks like dinner and a
    >couple of snacks.....since I would be running back for more way too soon.
    >heheh


    You can quadruple the recipe and fill a roasting pan, after cooking
    divide into quarters and freeze three.

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    Nunya Bidnits Guest

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    Pandora <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Eggplants, bell peppers, potatoes and tomatoes.
    > Unusual but very delicious side dish.
    > recipe and pics on
    > http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    > Cheers
    > Pandora


    Have you par cooked the potatoes first? I don't see how they can get fully
    cooked in this method until the other veggies are way overcooked.

    MartyB



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    Steve Pope Guest

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    Nunya Bidnits <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Pandora <[email protected]> wrote:


    >> Eggplants, bell peppers, potatoes and tomatoes.
    >> Unusual but very delicious side dish.
    >> recipe and pics on
    >> http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    >> Cheers
    >> Pandora


    >Have you par cooked the potatoes first? I don't see how they can get fully
    >cooked in this method until the other veggies are way overcooked.


    Pandora's recipe says to cook the potatoes first, separately.

    This is prior to the final 20 mins. in the oven.

    Steve

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    Nunya Bidnits Guest

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    Steve Pope <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Nunya Bidnits <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Pandora <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >>> Eggplants, bell peppers, potatoes and tomatoes.
    >>> Unusual but very delicious side dish.
    >>> recipe and pics on
    >>> http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    >>> Cheers
    >>> Pandora

    >
    >> Have you par cooked the potatoes first? I don't see how they can get
    >> fully cooked in this method until the other veggies are way
    >> overcooked.

    >
    > Pandora's recipe says to cook the potatoes first, separately.
    >
    > This is prior to the final 20 mins. in the oven.
    >
    > Steve


    Presumably they are sliced and I see they are grilled as the other veggies.
    However straight grilling potatoes takes a while for them to even soften up.
    I'm thinking this would be good if they were par-fried. ;-) Or at least
    sauteed with some sort of fat. But it seems like most even results as far as
    doneness and cooking time could be had if they were par-baked first. Of
    course I haven't actually tried it yet, so you can classify this as someone
    adjusting an internet recipe on the internet, for whatever that's worth. ;-)

    MartyB




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    Steve Pope Guest

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    Nunya Bidnits <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Steve Pope <[email protected]> wrote:


    >> Pandora's recipe says to cook the potatoes first, separately.
    >>
    >> This is prior to the final 20 mins. in the oven.


    >Presumably they are sliced and I see they are grilled as the other veggies.


    The way I read this recipe, they are not grilled with the veggies,
    they are grilled by themselves so, presumably, the cook can exercise
    their judgement and cook the potatoes separately as long as is necessary.

    > However straight grilling potatoes takes a while for them to even
    > soften up.


    "Grill" is a broad term and may imply different levels of heat.
    In my experience sliced-up potatoes are fully cooked after 20 or 25 mins.
    at 400 - 450F. Many grilling methods achieve this kind of heat.


    Steve

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