Grilled Capsicum Salad

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Last month we scaped to Nice, France, for the weekend. After having a hard time trying to book a table at certain restaurants on a Saturday night, we ended up in a Classic French Cuisine resto just in the heart of Vielle Nice.

Here I had the pleasure to enjoy a beautiful and very classy French Recipe “Salade de Poivrons Grillé”, or (Grilled Capsicum Salad) is very simple to do but full of taste. This salad is a must try when visiting Côte d’Azur, as well as many of their regional wines.

So, right after we came back home, I decided to share with you my version of this delicious salad, perfect for these summer days and better yet, Fully Vegan!.

Share it with your friends and family.

Lets Cook…


  • 5pz. Capsicum
  • 1pz. Avocado
  • 1pz Garlic (chopped)
  • Olive oil pearls
  • Edible flowers
  • Thyme
  • Salt and pepper

This is how we do it…

  1. Turn the oven to 250°C or 480°F, bring the capsicum in for around 15 minutes.
  2. Once the skin is brown or a bit burnt, retrieve the capsicum from the oven and place them in a plastic bag, let them rest for around 5-10 minutes.
  3. Remove the capsicum skin and the seeds, then cut them into 1-2 cm. thick. Let it cool down in the fridge with chopped garlic, thyme, and olive oil.
  4. Meanwhile cut avocado slices, once the capsicum is chilled, start plating up your salad. Finish it with salt and pepper.
  5. Enjoy it with a nice glass of wine at lunch or dinner.

I hope you like the recipe, leave your comments and see you soon with new recipes and adventures.

Thank you for reading.

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