To freeze banana peppers, wash the peppers, cut them open and remove the seeds and core, chop them, cool the peppers, seal them in a zippered freezer bag or vacuum-sealed bag, and store them in the freezer. If you plan to cook with the peppers, blanch them before freezing.Continue Reading
Choose the freshest peppers available.
Rinse the peppers in lukewarm water. Remove any food labels.
Slice the peppers in half, discard the core, and cut the peppers again lengthwise into strips.
Decide whether you plan to use the peppers uncooked or for cooking. Blanch the peppers if you plan to cook with them.
Bag the peppers in zippered freezer bags, or use a vacuum-sealing tool. Freeze the peppers, and use them as needed.