Today I am showing you how to roast red peppers at home.
There is definitely a time and place for taking the shortcut and buying the jars of roasted peppers. But we are quickly approaching pepper season…where you can buy them fresh on the cheap!
I love to throw roasted red peppers into salads and pasta dishes. And most recently, I have been making roasted red pepper hummus.
YUM. And that recipe is coming soon!!! Stay tuned. 🙂
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How to Roast Red Peppers – The Recipe
How to Roast Red Peppers
- 2 Red bell peppers (or as many as you want!)
- Olive oil optional
- Turn on the broiler on your oven.
- Cut the cap off each pepper, and pull out the seeds. Discard.
- Cut the peppers in half, and lay skin side up on a baking sheet lined with foil.
- Broil until skins are charred black, about10 minutes.
Cover with a plate or even foil and let the peppers steam for at least 10 minutes.
Remove covering, and peel the charred skins off.
- Slice each pepper half into strips (at your desired thickness).
- Store in the refrigerator for up to a week.
- Optional: to make them last a bit longer, pour a coating of olive oil over the peppers and toss to combine.
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