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How to make Roasted Bell Peppers, for freezer storage and winter use

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How to make Roasted Bell Peppers, for freezer storage for winter use.

Bell peppers are very expensive in the winter. And often not flavorful enough to warrant the price. Rather than paying too much or going without, think about a quick, easy and delicious storage process. We have been roasting, and freezing peppers for winter use for several years, and it works wonderfully for delicious peppers in the cold of winter.

How to make Roasted Bell Peppers, for freezer storage for winter use.

Wash and dry your peppers.

How to make Roasted Bell Peppers, for freezer storage for winter use.

How to make Roasted Bell Peppers, for freezer storage for winter use.

Grill evenly on each side or if the shape is less square, all over.

How to make Roasted Bell Peppers, for freezer storage for winter use.

How to make Roasted Bell Peppers, for freezer storage for winter use.

As the pepper softens, it is easier to make it "sit" on the grill for the last area needing to be grilled.

How to make Roasted Bell Peppers, for freezer storage for winter use.

Let cool, in a brown paper bag. This cooling process will steam the skins a bit.

Do not peel, the charred peel will help keep the pepper fresh in storage.

Place each pepper in a sandwich bag, and press gently to remove the air in the pepper. Next remove the air from the bag and seal the bag. You can use any sandwich bag you have, even the fold lock top style, it does not have to be a zip-top bag.


Place the bagged up peppers into a stronger storage bag for long term storage. We recycle and use heavyweight sugar bags. Label with a permanent marker. Store in the freezer.

When a recipe calls for a bell pepper; simply thaw*, peel and de-seed.  And you're ready to go.

* thaw in a microwave for 30-45 seconds.

Enjoy!


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2 comments

  1. What a fantastic idea! Thank you, Rocquie

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  2. Hi Melynda,
    A wonderful idea to freeze for that winter months! We are lucky that we can get bell peppers the whole year round!

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