Freshly ground pepper?" has become such
a common refrain in restaurants that it's no surprise cookware shops are selling
a lot of pepper mills.
There are two distinct kinds of pepper mills, those for the kitchen and those
for the table. When shopping for a pepper mill, look at the features based on
how you plan to use it.
Choose a kitchen pepper mill that's sturdy and easy to clean. A pepper mill for
the table probably won't get used as much, but you want it to look good and be
easy to handle.
With both types, it should be easy to adjust the coarseness of the grind and to
fill the mill. And you want a mill that feels comfortable in your hand.
1/4 C. seeded diced tomato
1/4 C. yellow or red pepper
2 T. chopped green pepper
1 t. seeded chopped hot chili pepper
1 t. chopped cilantro fresh
2 6 inch flour tortillas
1/2 C. Monterey Jack cheese
1 t. oil
Combine tomato, bell pepper, green onion, chili pepper and cilantro. Set aside.
In a 10 inch skillet over medium heat, add oil. Add the tortilla and half the
cheese. Add the vegetables and the remaining cheese on top. Top with remaining
Cook 1 - 2 minute and turn over and cook the other side until lightly browned
and cheese has melted. Cut into wedges and serve.