Whether you're craving stuffed peppers, sausage and peppers, or trying to figure out what to do with hot peppers, browse these vegetable recipes for easy and delicious ideas for using peppers.See Popular Peppers Recipes
Learn how to roast your own peppers and save money instead of buying preroasted peppers at the grocery store. Especially during the summertime when peppers are in season, you can roast them and freeze for laster use!
Save your hard-earned money: Instead of buying jarred roasted peppers, roast your own -- it couldn't be easier! And during summertime, when peppers are plentiful, you can even roast up a big batch and freeze them for later use.
Sweet peppers are the containers of this delicious combination of vegetables and rice in this stuffed peppers recipe. These are perfect for dinner or to bring to a potluck.
Golden, creamy polenta with a touch of smoky Gouda is topped with a colorful mixture of roasted bell peppers, red onion, mushroom, garlic and herbs.
Round out a feel-good picnic with this cool red-pepper soup.
Let seasonal veggies take center stage in these creative recipes that go beyond just stuffed peppers.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Mamma Mia! This extra-special snack is a little bit like a pizza, a little bit like Italian garlic bread, and a whole lot like a family favorite in the making.
A sauce. A skillet. A spatula. That's all that's needed to get this healthy broccoli and pepper powerhouse started.
Elena Boroli, who co-owns the Locanda del Pilone farmhouse inn and restaurant in Piedmont, says bell peppers are the best symbol of Piedmontese cucina povera (peasant food). This simple recipe for involtini (little Italian rolls) is all about the deeply flavored, slow-roasted red bell peppers, which get wrapped around fresh ricotta cheese, and plum tomatoes.
Whip up a creamy homemade dip with zip in just 10 minutes. Roasted peppers, garlic and basil make it irresistible.
The croutons in this vegetable side dish are crisp on the outside, soft on the inside. Make extra to toss over roasted vegetables, salads, or a favorite casserole.
Chicken quesadillas are the whole family's favorite, especially the kids. But why does it always have to be takeout? The truth is, this is one of the most popular Mexican dishes but also one of the quick and easiest to make.
This healthy Asian inspired side dish is easy to whip up for a quick weekday meal. The combination of snap peas and carrots with red bell peppers tossed in sesame oil and seeds will be a flavorful treat.
All month here at Dinner for $10, we've been bringing you recipes that not only are budget-friendly (because no one knows better than our credit card company that Santa ain't real) but are also quick and easy (since, it seems, we haven't had time to sit down since Thanksgiving). These Bow Ties with Sausage and Sweet Peppers fit perfectly with our theme, starting with the fact that this recipe yields 4 servings at $1.84 per serving. See, we love sausage, because pretty much everybody loves sausage -- and because everybody loves sausage (and because sausage is so easy to prepare), you can take just about any recipe, add sausage, and pretty much everybody's going to love it.
Maybe it's the irresistibly smoky flavor grilling food creates, or maybe it's because grilling is a great excuse to enjoy warm weather, but whatever the reason, when it's warm enough to grill, we find ourselves wanting to fire it up for every meal -- including salad (yes, read on ...) This recipe for Arugula with Grilled Sausage, Peppers and Cannellini Beans is perfect: it combines the freshness of a peppery arugula salad with sweet and smoky grilled veggies and sausage. Adding creamy cannellini beans to the mix only ups the flavor ante: they're a perfect compliment to the strong flavors of the grilled sausage and peppers, not to mention the artichoke and arugula.
Did you ever notice that places with short summers produce the most robust flowers in the short growing season allotted to them, with sunflowers the size of flying saucers? Well, it turns out that crops during an unusually dry growing season behave in much the same way. The Associated Press reports a chef in Milwaukee, expecting his batch of jalapeno peppers (a key ingredient in so many Mexican dishes), to be "tame," discovered instead they were closer to firecrackers. "