Recipe by Chef PotPie
I use a lot of bell peppers when I cook, and I like to use all different colors, but those yellow and orange babies get mighty pricey where I live, so when they go on sale I buy up a few of every color and they're right at my fingertips whenever I need them! (These are for use in cooking, not for fresh eating).
Top Review by Kendra Jean's Kitchen
Thank you for posting. I cut some peppers in half to use for stuffed peppers, some in long strips for use in stir fry recipes. I placed the cut up peppers on a cookie sheet, then when they were frozen, placed them in freezer bags. They do not stick together when frozen in this manner. Thanks again for this great idea.
Directions See How It's Made
- Clean peppers, removing membrane and seeds; wash and pat dry.
- Rough chop. (You can chop to whatever size you need when you use them.).
- Place in zip top bag, removing as much air as possible, or vacuum pack.
- Use these in chili recipes, soups or stews, anywhere you want the flavor and color of fresh bell peppers!