The Basics: Green Bell Peppers

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The Profile

Green Bell Peppers

 Green bell peppers may be used in a variety of recipe applications. Once the seeds have been removed, whole vegetables may be stuffed with flavorful rice & beef combinations then baked, sliced for use in garden fresh salads or diced & sautéed for gumbo, étouffée & more. Bell peppers are available in a variety of colors & are considered to be a sweet pepper. Green bell peppers may be classified in the Grossum cultivar group within the Capsicum annum species. They have a crisp texture that flavor dishes beautifully & are comprised of approximately 92% water. Green bell peppers offer health benefits including being good sources of vitamin A & C as well as potassium. They are naturally low in calories & sodium. The shelf life of green bell peppers is approximately 3 weeks if stored properly. 

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How To Purchase & Store Green Bell Peppers

Many classic Louisiana recipes use a combination of aromatic vegetables including green bell peppers to season dishes such as Chicken & Sausage Gumbo. They offer a distinctive flavor that cannot be replicated. Learn how to purchase & store the vegetable so it may be used at a moments notice. 

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The Technique

Although the typical growing season runs from June to October, green bell peppers are available from the market all throughout the year. Look for mid-size vegetables with blemish free, smooth outer skin when choosing them for purchase. Once home, immediately rinse the vegetables under cool water & allow them to dry before storing in the refrigerator. Place them in a plastic bag that is twisted loosely. If you plan to grow your own plants, sow seeds now in full sun for a summer crop that will be ready for picking in approximately 75 days. Expect each plant to yield 30 peppers or so & add a stake to support it as the vegetables can be taxing on the plant.

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