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.
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.
A sauce. A skillet. A spatula. That's all that's needed to get this healthy broccoli and pepper powerhouse started.
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.
Instead of buying roasted red peppers, use this recipe to make your own. Serve them on sandwiches, on an appetizer tray, or mixed with pasta.
This shrimp and pea pod main dish receives an Asian-style twist from ingredients like hoisin sauce, toasted sesame seeds, and bok choy.
Green serranos or jalepenos may be substituted in this easy vegetable relish.
Pizza takes on a tinge of the Southwest with avocado, Mexican cheese, and a roasted sweet red pepper sauce humming with Anaheim peppers.
Salty bacon and Cajun seasoning liven up this veggie mixture for a summer barbecue-inspired side dish.
One of the most traditional versions of this Italian appetizer, is also one of the quickest to assemble.
Sweet peppers top juicy, inch-thick steaks in this fast yet sensational dinner recipe.
To serve this side dish soup as a main meal, stir in a 14-ounce package of frozen grilled chicken breast strips about 10 minutes before serving; heat through.
Croutons rather than bread crumbs help hold this well-seasoned meat loaf together. Serve it for dinner with a side of creamy mashed potatoes.
This jalapeno pepper recipe wakes up the flavor of ordinary mustard. Add it to your favorite grilled sandwich for a taste sensation you'll never forget.
This recipe, shared in 1994, comes by way of a Jewish family who serves the vegetable dish during Hanukkah, for the Festival of Lights. This simple side dish is pretty enough to serve during any holiday meal or when entertaining.
Sauteed and seasoned red sweet peppers make a tangy relish for traditional grits.