How To Roast Peppers

A couple of weeks ago I posted this Roasted Green Chilies Stew recipe.

You could say that today’s Mouthwatering Monday is a follow up to that.

This is a step by step How to Roast Peppers Mouthwatering Monday.

Roasting peppers is crazy easy and the smell in your house, y’all will not believe it.  Your house is going to smell AMAZING!!!!

these are anaheim and poblano

1.  Wash your peppers and place them on a foil lined (ignore the lack of foil) baking sheet and place them in your oven on broil for about 6 to 10 minutes (or until blistering and well roasted and blackened) per side.  (unless you’re lucky enough to have a gas stove and then you, you lucky duck.. can roast them and blister and blacken them over your awesome flame) If the weather allows, you can also roast your peppers on your outdoor grill.

2.  Remove them from the oven or flame and place them in a zip-lock bag and allow them to “sweat” for about 15 minutes

3.  Remove the peppers from the bag.

4.  Put a small slit in the skin, slide your finger under the skin and it will just peel away from the pepper.  Discard the skin and add the roasted pepper yumminess to your favorite recipe ;-)

If you’re adding your recipe to Mouthwatering Monday, Thank you!  I love seeing the recipes and finding new food lovers’ blogs!! Please make sure to link your recipe URL and link back here in your post so that others can find and link their own recipes!  I love the comments on my recipes and hearing what you’d do differently for your own palate or your successes with my recipes (that makes my day!)

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