We’ve been harvesting a lot of bell peppers from our garden lately. I wasn’t really thinking when we planted two bell pepper plants because bell peppers are coming on faster than we can use them. One of the ways that I preserve the bell peppers is to freeze them. And later this week, I’ll be sharing a Stuffed Bell Pepper recipe.
Just cut up the bell peppers and place them on a large pan. Flash freeze them by placing them in the freezer for 1-2 hours, then place them in a labeled freezer Ziploc bag. They’ll be ready to use when you need bell peppers for your recipes. It’s definitely nice to have bell peppers on hand and not have to run to the store if I need some for a recipe.
Other articles you might be interested in reading:
- Zesty Salsa
- Canning Tomatoes
- Canning Peaches
- Freezing Peaches
- Canning Jam
- Dill Pickles
- Cucumber Sandwich Pickles
- Bottled Apple Pie Filling
- Freezing Fresh Herbs
- Preserving Onions from the Garden
- Preserving Bell Peppers from the Garden
- Preserving Zucchini from the Gardenv