I just got them for 84 cents a pound (cdn) and bought about ten pounds, they
normally go for 1.99
Can I just dice them and put them in a ziploc bag?
Their primary use would be for spaghetti sauce and gumbos etc.
Thanks in advance
OK, I have done something similiar to my habaneros, slicing a sliver or so
off a frozen whole pod. They don't like the cool maritime canadian summers
here, so when I manage to get a few pods , I *treasure* them
I have frozen peppers when they are cheap to use in casseroles, soups
etc and find them excellent. I cut them in half, scoop out the seeds,
free flow them for later use. However, when they defrost they are quite
soggy and soft so not so good in anything when you want them raw.
When I have extra bell peppers, or any pepper for that matter, I clean and
dice them, and freeze them in a single layer on a cookie sheet. After they
are properly frozen they can be put in small plastic freezer bags. Done in
this way as little or as much pepper can be removed. Another benefit of
freezing them outside of a bag is that slightly freez-dry, and are less
soggy when thawed and used.
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