Peppers (sweet)

Most of our peppers are sweet, no matter the shape and color; we only grow poblano spicy peppers. Peppers make delicious additions to soups, salads, and all kinds of dishes.



Care & Storage:
To keep peppers fresh, refrigerate in a bag or airtight container. They’ll last up to several weeks stored in this manner.

Easy Prep Ideas:
Peppers can be eaten raw – add them to salads, dip them, or eat them plain. They can also be used cooked in soups, sauces, stir fry, salads, or baked or roasted.

Tips & Tricks:
Did you know you can freeze peppers? Without blanching, even! Just remove the seeds, chop them up, and flash freeze them on a cookie sheet (this will keep them from sticking together, so you can later remove just the amount you need). After they are frozen, store them in a freezer bag or container for winter use in casseroles, soups, sauces and stir fries.

To the right is a video tutorial about how to roast sweet peppers (you can use all colors, not just red!). This video was made by Steph, a customer of ours from the West Chester Growers’ Market. Enjoy!



Red Knight (Red Bell)
Gourmet (Orange Bell)
Carmen (Red Horn-Shaped)
Escamillo (Yellow Horn-Shaped)
Jimmy Nardellos (Red Italian-Type)
Flavorburst (Yellow Bell)


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