This is actually one of my first recipes that I created completely by myself. I was inspired by a dish I ordered at a wonderful local restaurant named Veranda Cafe (If you live in Queens, NY I would highly recommend checking it out). Anyway, the original dish was herb crusted salmon on a bed of Israeli couscous with grilled vegetables. This is the first time I have ever used mint in a dish, and my boyfriend doesn't care for it, but I thought it was good. So you can have the option of omitting it if you like. I will also be letting you in on the secret of homemade roasted red peppers.
Homemade Roasted Red Peppers
Gas stove: Take the peppers and put directly onto the flame. I know if sounds scary but they won't go on fire I promise. They will sizzle and pop a little, but don't worry. Check them periodically and when they are all crusty and black flip them to the other side- the blacker the better!
Electric stove: Take the peppers and put them on a baking sheet under the broiler, and follow the same idea- once one side gets crusty and black, flip it.