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NEVER, EVER Run under water !!! You're washing all of that wonderful char flavor down the drain !!! The charred skin will rub right off with your hands or a paper towel.
Will definitely try this. Hadn't thought about adding them to a sandwich but bet it's good.
Thanks - I wasn't sure how to do this!
I also leave the skins on and love the flavor and texture.
Thanks so much, adding these to my hummus.
Going to try this. Ive been wondering how to make it without a grill
Some body ask for how long in a 400 f oven. I tried this and after 35 minutes id was starting to bubble up but not turn black. It was well cooked by then
it was good
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I hope you can answer this question. Is it okay, health wise, to eat the outer skin that you discarded in the video? We eat it and it's the most delicious part in my opinion.
I too wonder how to make these in bulk and what to do to safely store them.
Very good video.
Excellent vid (I've watched it 3x's) but there's no place to SAVE it in my favs so I emailed it to myself. You are such a gr8 teacher to learn from and this ***is*** Teacher Appreciation Week. You certainly ***fit*** my interpretation of what/how a ***teacher*** should be! THANK YOU for all you do!!
I didn't know how to roast peppers before, so I always buy mine bottled. Thanks for the tip. Now I can definitely make my own roasted peppers. It's easy and healthy, too.
LOOKS VERY GOOD. I was wondering how to do this the right way and keep their flavor.
If you find the "Anaheim" or "California" peppers and roast them as has been shown, the slices or "rajas" as we call them are delicios with all kinds of meals. We make delicious tameles of slices of roasted pepper with cheese (tamales de rajas con queso)
Don't know why I never thought of doing this before. Probably because I didn't know how to roast them right. Off to the grocers today. Thanks for the lesson.
Ohh Yummy looks good! One question you said you can put it in the oven @400 ° but for how long 5 10 minutes? Please let me know Thanks
By lightly rubbing the skin with a bit of olive oil, the roasted chiles can be frozen in bulk. The oil on the skin lets the frozen parcel be separated with ease.
I wonder if this can be done in bulk and frozen in parcels. Anybody know?
I can't wait to try this! Thanks!
This looks good I will Try it while cooking my beer can chicken!
Looks yummy! Thanks!
Wow! 52 years of cooking and I just learned another great "how to". Thanks!
Wow, that really was easy. Nice to know the oil isn't needed!
I will be trying this today!!!
Have done this for years!
this looks a lot easier than the way i was doing it. thanks Meg!
Thanks, this is something that is very helpful when making things that requires pimentos.
Thank you for the recipe. Now I can try Meg's Slow Cooker Spanish Chicken Recipe.
I will try this.
gave me a great idea and I LOVE the flavor, but didn't recall the video saying how long to cook them and I had to search. Adding them to a roasted chicken garden salad for lunch :)
Have heard of doing this, but never tried it myself. Now I will.
i'm going to try this; didn't know it could be so easy :=)
Thank you for the info..I've had problems in the past, doing this. I'm sure, it'll work this time !!
Can you tell/show us what you do with the skins, just started canning tomatoes and would love to save the skins hate to waste stuff when cooking Thanks Darlene
sound great I'll try it
So simple and good. Thank you!
Thanks Meg. I love roasted peppers. As part of my healthier diet, I've been doing a lot more grilling and always looking for roasted veggie ides.
Thanks for this recipe. I have been trying to do this under my oven broiler and had to turn the peppers over. This is so much easier!
Awesome video - thanks Meg - you rock!
This was good information!
Sounds easy and good. I have been looking for grill recepies. I will definetly try this one. Thanks
seems easy enough
Thanks for this video!! I have been wanting to roast peppers but wasn't sure how ;)
I can't wait to try this. I'm wondering if the peppers have to be turned during cooking if they are cooked in the oven, and about how long they will take to cook?
such a neat process
I have found that roasted peppers (and other vegetables) taste better - the roasting tends o bring out their flavors even more. Thanks for thi video!!!
I have been doing this for some time. I think that my greatest mistake is not having the patience to wait for them to get thoroughly blackened.
You can use this same method with fresh green or red chiles. Just use gloves when peeling and do not touch your eyes.
that looks YUM!
I love roasted peppers,so this is a great thing to learn,thank you
Great! It was good to see that. I usualy put oil on now I know also how to do it without a grill is good to know. It will be good with humus and for soup and sauces too.
THIS IS COOL
Cool! I always thought you had to rub them in oil. Great way to get flavor without added fat and calories!
I'm totally trying this. My kid's don't like the texture of peppers but I love them. Maybe they'll actually eat the roasted ones! Thanks Chef Meg! :o)
I will do this one. And maybe plant more in the garden.
I will try this tonight.
Thanks -- I tried roasting peppers once and messed them up so bad I had nightmares. But, will try it again since you've demonstrated how to do it.
Thsi si so easy , thanks.!
I had no idea that this would be easy. Love roasted peppers.
so good.. thank you very much!
easy is good and these are so yummy!
This is way easier than I thought it was going to be. Looking forward to roasting some peppers today!
Wow! That is so easy. I'm going to try that with the peppers that I hopefully get from my garden!!!
Can you freeze them. would be great to have roasted peppers in winter from my garden
Now in the mood to have roasted peppers for lunch-mmmmm.
This recipe is great! I have been doing this for some time and they are great additions to turkey wraps as well. However, I add some fresh garlic, parsley and a little EVOO and keep it in the fridge in a glass container, so I always have some on hand and ready to eat. Enjoy!!!
Great tip now I can roast peppers instead of buying them
The rinsing is great for bell peppers, but I wouldn't recommend it for chili peppers unless you wear gloves. You can also roast them on cookie sheet in the oven.
Great video !!
YUM! I am definitely going to try this!
Time to open the grill for the season!
Ha ha! It's so simple, and yet I wouldn't have thought to put it on the grill or peel it! I am definitely going to make these regularly now!
Very interesting...i will have to try that. I love roasted peppers!
i like to stuff my peppers after cooked with beef stew...nutty but they make cute little bowls!
i will definitely have to try this - would love to see more videos like this...thanks
in the oven yea, i don't have my grill right now so knowing i can do it in the oven is great
A great help.
I will definitely try this~~~
I love the oven method! This is great information for me!
I'm doing this! Thanks :O)
Charcoal peppers sounds interresting. I might try some this summer when/if my peppers come out.
Looks great! Thanks!
That's wonderful to know.Thanks.
This was very informative. I am going to get into cooking, particularly vegetables and this is a great place to start. Thanks!
I WILL TRY THIS
Finally, I know how to roast peppers! Now I do not have to buy the pre-packaged kind!
I just aked my daughter last night if she knew how to roast peppers. I tried my own made up method. I won't say I failed, but, this video shows I wouldn't have gotten the highest grade in the class.
I tried the oven,took over 40Min. just to turn brown, so I just took it out,it like flop over dead.Had to laugh. but will try with a grill....did have fun.and learned something
We have a little propane grill. I stick the peppers on a fork and turn them while holding over the flame. But putting them in the oven a 400 seems much easier. Thank you.