When it comes to peppers, we have a soft spot for individual varieties and scorching heat. We think mini peppers are underrated. They are incredibly versatile, fun and good for you!

How To Eat Mini Sweet Peppers

Sometimes you don’t want to cut a whole pepper. Sometimes you’re looking for a little more sweetness. Enter… Mini peppers!

Mini peppers are easy to find in any grocery store. They are a staple in our kitchen because they are easy to work with and usually do not contain too many seeds.

We like to grow peppers in the garden because the plants are quite fertile. When it’s harvest time, it’s much easier to butter these peppers on our friends and family. We freeze any peppers that we can’t give away or use right away.

Let’s talk about the different ways to eat mini peppers.

Sliced into strips and eaten raw, these peppers are a delicious snack. They are crunchy, sweet and delicious. Not to mention that they are a great source of vitamin C.

Of course, it is not necessary to cook the mini peppers to enjoy them. Their bright colors make these peppers a great addition to any vegetarian dish.

This is one of our favorite ways to eat mini peppers. Wash the peppers, cut them up and remove them before using them in place of chips. We like to make “pepper nachos.” Brush the bell pepper slices with olive oil, top with your favorite nacho topping and bake in the oven.

The peppers soften a bit, but remain perfectly crisp. You can also cut mini peppers and dip them in your favorite sauce.

How To Eat Mini Sweet Peppers

A little cream cheese goes well with the mini peppers. We put a little cream cheese on them and then put Trader Joe’s Everything But Bagel Seasoning on top.

We are convinced that cream cheese is delicious in all circumstances. However, it is particularly delicious when paired with crispy red bell bell pepper. Add a little of your favorite hot sauce and you have a delicious appetizer.

We have more peppers in the freezer than we know what to do with. Including veggie peppers. Every time we stir-fry (and we do often), we add chopped peppers.

Roasting is an excellent way to use large quantities of peppers or other vegetables. As the peppers cook, they soften a bit and the flavor becomes less intense. Don’t forget the chopped onions and mushrooms!

It’s no secret that we like to dehydrate peppers. Our dehydrator seems to work at all hours of the day. Do you know what bell bell pepper is? Paprika! You can make your own paprika by cutting small peppers, dehydrating them and grinding them into powder.

The flavor is not too intense, but the powder gives some dishes a nice color and serves as a garnish. You can also bottle it and give it as a gift. Sometimes we add sweet paprika to hot varieties to make them softer.

How To Eat Mini Sweet Peppers

You can marinate mini peppers, as well as banana peppers or jalapenos. Try one of our simple canning methods here. For those who don’t like hot peppers, pickled peppers might be something.

Paprika is great on sausages and sandwiches. Add jalapeño peppers if necessary to increase the heat.

Mini peppers are a great addition to any salsa or guacamole recipe. Because they are sweet, they are a perfect complement to spicy ingredients. Many people also add fresh, crunchy red peppers to guacamole.

Try chopping up a few peppers and mixing them into our guacamole chunks recipe. You can also make the guacamole recipe as is and use mini peppers as chips for dipping!

Roasting peppers is as easy as roasting peppers. Roasted peppers are a great side dish when you’ve had your fill of broccoli and Brussels sprouts. We like to combine them with chicken for a complete meal.

You can stuff mini peppers the same way you stuff peppers! We like to do this for appetizers because the portions are larger. You can use any recipe for stuffed peppers.

The only difference is that we like to cook the meat ahead of time and then cook the mini peppers in the oven in less time. They are smaller, so they cook quickly.

How To Eat Mini Sweet Peppers We love this stuffed nacho recipe from Joy Bauer – Superfood Cookbook.

Mini peppers are easy to find in the supermarket, but are perfect for growing. If you want to start growing peppers this year, check out our updated list of places to buy pepper seeds.

Although peppers are not as exciting as some hot varieties, they still have a place in our garden. We eat peppers several days a week. They are versatile and taste great in many recipes.

What is your favorite way to use your peppers? Leave a comment and let us know if you have other ideas! We are always looking for new ways to use our plants.

How To Eat Mini Sweet Peppers

Crystalyn

Crystalyn loves spicy food and being creative in the kitchen. When she can’t find new ways to use hot sauce, she watches cat videos on the Internet.

Frequently asked questions

Can you eat the seeds in a mini bell pepper?

They are edible, both the kernel and the seeds. Peppers and pepper seeds are both edible. 2- They taste a little bitter, so most people throw them away.

Can we eat mini raw peppers?

The same goes for mini peppers – these snacks make it easy to get your daily dose of vitamin C on the go! Besides eating them raw, the most common ways to prepare peppers are to roast them in the oven or stuff them with cheese and vegetables.

What are the mini peppers for?

Peppers are rich in many vitamins and antioxidants, especially vitamin C and various carotenoids. Therefore, they may have a number of health benefits, including improved vision and a lower risk of various chronic diseases.

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