Perfect for Stir-Fry Dishes and Omelets ...
Dehydrating Peppers takes a few easy steps and are great for use in stir-fries, and omelets, just to name a few dishes! Frozen varieties can be used too!
They are not only colorful, they are a fantastic source of
vitamin A – with the red variety being #1. The vitamin C leaders are the 'yellows'! The champion Folate pepper is the red
pepper! All three contain trace amounts of Niacin, vitamin B6, and
Pantothenic Acid. Minerals found in all three types are: a good source
followed by Phosphorus, Magnesium, and Calcium.
There are trace amounts
of Iron, Zinc, Manganese, and Copper. Selenium can be found in the red
and yellow peppers, and Fluoride only in the green pepper! Green and
red, but not yellow Peppers, contain Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids.
Try This Recipe — Ratatouille —
Fill YOUR Kitchen with a Mediterranean Aroma!
Try This Recipe ...
— Ratatouille —
Fill YOUR Kitchen with
a Mediterranean Aroma!
Try this fantastic dish which consists of onions, peppers, zucchini and squash. It's known as ratatouille ... this dish will fill your kitchen with fantastic aromas of the Mediterranean! Try slicing your peppers in different ways: in rings, "fat" slices, or thin slices ... and diced!
How to Dehydrate Peppers
If using the frozen variety, ignore step 1.
- Remove the stem and seeds and slice into 1/4" strips.
- Arrange the slices on your food dehydrator trays, making sure they don't overlap.
- Turn on your food dehydrator and set the temperature between 125°F and 135°F (or per your food dehydrator's instructions).
- When fully dehydrated, they will be leathery.
- Drying time: between 4-12 hours.
- Please remember to rotate your trays for even drying.
Use Oxygen Absorbers in your Vacuum Sealed Packs of Peppers
Use Oxygen Absorbers
in your Vacuum Sealed
Packs of Peppers
In my side-by-side photos (below) you'll see that I have made three separate bags with
a combination of yellow, green, and red peppers – perfect for a
stir-fry or omelet! Simply re-hydrate! They were originally store-bought three-to-a-pack, and that
photo shows nine peppers total, so you can see how much room you can save by dehydrating them!
The blue packet which is a 100cc oxygen pack, in the photo at right, below, shows one vacuum-packed bag!
Click on the following links to find out more about oxygen absorbers and
their important role in food dehydrating and safe storage, and how to
vacuum-seal your dehydrated vegetables for long-term storage.
Store your Dehydrated Peppers in Mason Jars
in Mason Jars
Mason Jars - Wide Neck
Mason Jars - Wide Neck
Mason Jars - Wide Neck -
1/2 Pint Jars
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