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Can't believe so many thought this a good way to roast peppers!! Had a huge bag full from my garden, so thought I would try this way (like to roast them and freeze for cooking through the winter). These turned out way too dry!! Will do the next couple batches my old way -- just cut them in half, remove the seeds and put them under the broiler for 6 to 10 mins. until blackened and blistered. I line a baking sheet with foil and just wrap it around them to cool before peeling. Works great and no mess on the pan.
These were excellent! I've been buying roasted red peppers in a jar at 5 a pop! Never again! They were so flavorful and not dry at all. I baked them on a cookie sheet lined with tin foil. Once they were done cooking I wrapped them in the tin foil to cool. Super easy and full of flavor!
I use the sweet, multicolored mini-peppers. Wash them and roast without removing seeds or membranes. They are perfect right out of the oven, no need to peel. Depending on your taste you might want to add a touch of salt. They are ready to eat or use in other recipes. (of course do not use or eat the stem.)
This recipe was very easy and the peppers came out great! I used some of them in the hot artichoke and roasted red pepper dip recipe I found on this site. That too is a huge hit at parties! The rest went into yummy sandwiches.
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