Bread and peppers pie

Are you looking for a very simple but new and never seen at the same time? This recipe is the answer! It's a very simple pie made up of bread, mozzarella cheese and fresh peppers. It's perfect for summer and for your vegetarian friends, who will love it. And if you don't like peppers so much, you can use any other filling you like: eggplants, courgettes, but also ham or salami.


  • Red peppers 500 grams
  • onions half a white onion
  • White bread six loaf slices
  • grain 20 grams
  • butter some flakes of butter + some butter to grease
  • egg 3 units
  • milk A cup of milk
  • Flour Half a cup of flour
  • salt
  • pepper
  • parsley A sprig of parsley
60 minutes Total time
30 minutes Active time
Serves 4 persons
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Mince the onion coarsley. Sautèe with extravirgin olive oil. Add the peppers cut into dices. Add the parsley and the salt too. Cook for a quarter of hour. In the meanwhile, grease a casserole. Make a batter whisking eggs, milk and flour. Cut the mozzarella cheese into slices. Dip the sandwich loaf slices into the batter. Arrange it on the bottom of the casserole, then cover with a layer of peppers, and finish with a layer of mozzarella slices. Proceed with layers until you finish the ingredients. The final layer must be made of mozzarella. Sprinkle with parmesan and cook for 30 min at 180°.

Choose a nice and soft sandwich loaf for this pie. If you don't have it, you can use some old bread.
The presence in Europe of peppers is due to Christopher Columus who discovered America and imported many different species of fruits and vegetables.

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