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Canning, Freezing and Drying: Looking for Advice on Green Bell Peppers

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hedandan
Hammonton, NJ
(Zone 6b)

August 8, 2006
12:41 PM

Post #2599039

A neighbor has given us some thick-walled green bell peppers...Really Beautiful! More than I can use in the immediate future. Would like to use them for stuffing. Could I just freeze the peppers, after halving and cleaning out for later use?...or is it better to blanch and stuff, then freeze? Or maybe I should put the filling into the unblanched shell and freeze? Which is best for roasting in the oven to retain good flavor for future meals?

Has anyone had any experience in doing this?
rayleigh
Lineville, IA

August 9, 2006
3:10 PM

Post #2603138

Just clean them out and freeze. Also I chop them and freeze them for meat loaf and chilli.
scooterbug
Tellico Plains, TN
(Zone 7b)

August 9, 2006
6:42 PM

Post #2603984

When my tomatoes and peppers come in too fast and I am running out of time ...
I do what an ol gal from NC neighbor taught me years ago, Wash em and freeze em whole.

LATER ...

A quick warm rinse for an ever so slight thaw of the frozen pepps and you can do what you want with them chop or stuff. If you wait until they thaw they will collapse.

Same way to skin the tomatoes
run them under warm water and slip the skin right offa the frozen tomatoes.

I have seen some hold up for 2 years .

billyporter

billyporter
Nichols, IA
(Zone 5a)

August 21, 2006
4:02 PM

Post #2644320

I blanch, fill with stuffing, bake, cool and freeze. They don't hold up like fresh made, but sure taste good in the middle of winter and are easy to defrost then heat in the microwave.
hedandan
Hammonton, NJ
(Zone 6b)

August 21, 2006
5:53 PM

Post #2644663

Thank you, all, for the helpful suggestions! Have not been feeling really well so cleaned them, cutting the peppers in half and just freezing without any stuffing in them. Think that a bit later I can just deforst, stuff and bake. Thank you :-)

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