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How can I roast peppers?

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Roasting peppers is easy. Cut a small slit near the stems. Grill or broil until blackened. Then let them steam by zipping into a plastic bag for about 15 minutes before scraping off the skin and removing the stem, core, and seeds.

SOURCES:

American Institute for Cancer Research: "Some Like it Hot."

American Cancer Society: "Capsicum."

News release, American Chemical Society.

American Chemical Society. , May 2, 2012. Science Daily

Janssens, P. , March 2014. Appetite

Lee, T. , 2010. Nutrition & Metabolism

Ludy, M. , March 2011. Physiology & Behavior

Park, U April 2012. . Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry,

University of the District of Columbia, Center for Nutrition, Diet and Health: "Peppers."

University of Illinois Extension: "Peppers."

World's Healthiest Foods: "Black Pepper," "Green, Yellow and Red Bell Peppers -- What's the Difference?"

News release, Purdue University.

Reviewed by Kathleen M. Zelman on November 12, 2018

SOURCES:

American Institute for Cancer Research: "Some Like it Hot."

American Cancer Society: "Capsicum."

News release, American Chemical Society.

American Chemical Society. , May 2, 2012. Science Daily

Janssens, P. , March 2014. Appetite

Lee, T. , 2010. Nutrition & Metabolism

Ludy, M. , March 2011. Physiology & Behavior

Park, U April 2012. . Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry,

University of the District of Columbia, Center for Nutrition, Diet and Health: "Peppers."

University of Illinois Extension: "Peppers."

World's Healthiest Foods: "Black Pepper," "Green, Yellow and Red Bell Peppers -- What's the Difference?"

News release, Purdue University.

Reviewed by Kathleen M. Zelman on November 12, 2018

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