A good video that shows you how to prep a pepper for cutting.
[Note: Speakers UP – but not too loud – for this one, please. -Ed.] These two Guinea Pigsters are getting all kinds of SERIOUS about their Bell Pepper Nomming. (From I Can Has Cheezburger.) Thanks to Jennifer A.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Guinea Pigs, Synchro-Nomming
4.35 / 5 Stars | 316 Reviews by VINEYIS "Carrots and red and green bell peppers add lots of color to this classic sweet pineapple and sour soy-vinegar chicken stir fry with just a whiff of ginger." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
This beer cocktail is somewhat similar to a michelada, but with a secret savory ingredient: steak sauce. Fresh citrus and muddled bell peppers round out the drink.
Staying away from high-FODMAP foods is a challenge to say the least! I’m slowly figuring things out, but I feel like my vegetable consumption has tanked as all my favorites are on the list. Well, all my favorites except bell peppers! I...Show More Summary
It's an ASMR thing. I mean, the video, and for us, not the rodents.
4.5 / 5 Stars | 1 Review by The Kitchen at Johnsonville Sausage "If you think you know sausage and peppers, think again! Take the big flavor of Johnsonville Italian Sausages and add bell peppers, almonds, raisins and onions to take the flavor to the next level. Show More Summary
Slicing and seeding a bell pepper the traditional way can take awhile. If all you need is a few spears of pepper, cut it like a chef: with a single slice around the edges. Read more...
Here’s a quick and easy dip for anyone who loves the taste of red bell peppers. It’s a double-duty red bell pepper dip with both roasted and fresh bell peppers, mayonnaise, balsamic vinegar, and a little garlic. Plenty of zing, and so bright and festive! Continue reading "Roasted Red Bell Pepper Dip" »
Sakata Seed America has introduced three new bell peppers specifically designed for production in the East.
Now here’s a fun way to prepare shrimp that’s also quick and easy. The shrimp are sautéed in olive oil with finely diced red and green bell pepper, along with garlic and grated ginger, and then tossed with angel hair pasta. So festive! Continue reading "Confetti Shrimp with Angel Hair Pasta" »
3.69 / 5 Stars | 26 Reviews by SKEHLER "A colorful sauce of red and green bell peppers, broccoli, carrots, mushrooms, parsley, onions and garlic is enriched with flour and milk, and flavored with shrimp, scallops and crabmeat. Enjoy this luscious sauce over hot linguini." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
The first and most important thing I learned about cooking fish, is that you should only buy the freshest fish you can, and then cook it the day you buy it. The second most important thing I learned is that salmon can smell up the house...Show More Summary
Transforming an ordinary meal into a celebratory Halloween one is as easy as pizza pot pie. Ground beef is browned and combined with a thick marinara sauce along with onions, mushrooms, and bell peppers.
“Matambre” loosely translates to “kill hunger” and that’s exactly what this meal of meat and veggies rolled into one will do. Traditional fillings for this South American dish include garlic, spinach, bell pepper, carrots, olives, hardboiled eggs and fresh herbs. But you can, and should, stuff whatever you like inside the rolled and sliced steak. […]
This easy black eyed pea stew starts with andouille sausage and pork belly cooked until browned and crisped, then gets flavored with the Holy Trinity of Cajun cuisine: onions, celery, and green bell peppers, along with some leeks and garlic for extra flavor. Tender braised kale transform this into a full-on meal, while a shot of apple cider vinegar brightens up all the flavors.
A salad for breakfast may seem unexpected, but this rich and flavorful recipe will turn you into a believer. Packed with healthy veggies like pumpkin and bell pepper and topped with fiber-rich pepitas and a protein-packed egg, this salad is sure to help you start the day feeling energized and refreshed. Show More Summary
A simple recipe for roasted peppers, including bell or chile peppers. A delicious accompaniment to a meal or picnic!
4.56 / 5 Stars | 37 Reviews by Suzanne "Cooked couscous is combined with an interesting variety of salad fixings - chickpeas, raisins, almonds, red onion, and bell pepper - and then topped with a creamy, cumin-infused yogurt dressing." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
Bell peppers are a favorite for home cooks. They are available at the grocery store all year round, but unless they are bought from the can be tasteless during the winter. One way to get the best flavored green peppers is to buy them when they are in season and store them yourself.