These Charred Corn Sweet Pepper Crostini with smooth ricotta, cream cheese, feta, and fresh herbs are a delicious but simple appetizer (or an entire meal).
Charred Corn Sweet Pepper Crostini
Hello, everyone. Happy Labour Day who’s celebrating! I bet the Charred Corn Sweet Pepper Crostini would be a beautiful addition to your extended weekend.
I hope you are doing well. We have had a little vacation which affected my blogging activity. Not that I didn’t have any time (I had), but I was lazy. Please forgive me – I am going to catch up this week.
There’s another thing. Every year, between seasons, I have a situation. As you might know, I don’t share recipes immediately after photographing, and it’s rather convenient to have materials enough for 2-3 weeks ahead (Like it happened last fall when my camera broke, and I wasn’t able to shoot for 3 weeks. That wasn’t stressful as I had quite a few unpublished recipes). On the other hand, that sometimes might involve some decision-making. For example, I have accumulated…12 recipes to share with you…before I start my apple and pumpkin season. And as you know, apple and pumpkin seasons are rather short as they are followed by the Christmas season. Thus, I will likely need to discard some of the recipes.
What do I have for you?
- 3 perfectly summer ideas (featuring watermelon and corn; including pasta and gnocchi);
- 3 ice cream ideas (what of course can be shared all year round)
- 6 ideas which are perfect for the transition between seasons (Including gnocchi…and more gnocchi. And a cheesecake. But no apples and pumpkins are involved);
Oh boy, I totally forgot that during our vacation I made and photographed 4 more recipes, perfect for autumn. I mean, 16 recipes…and only 4 weeks until the time I am planning to start off my autumn season? I don’t think I’ve ever had that many unpublished recipes. I clearly see the challenge here. Do you?
All right, let’s have one recipe at a time, and we’ll see how it goes.
The Charred Corn Sweet Pepper Crostini with 3 kinds of cheese and a lot of fresh thyme is my first September recipe (but not the last corn recipe). You can whip his delicious appetizer up in just 15 minutes. But I gladly had it for my lunch.
In a meanwhile, what mentioned recipes would you like to see?
Cheers for now.
Hi – I’m Ben, a blogger, recipe developer, and food photographer. I’m glad you’re here! I hope you will enjoy hundreds of delicious recipes and a pinch of havoc in the kitchen.