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Some different types of peppers are the Anaheim, banana, bell, thai and serrano peppers. Cayenne, jalape?o, habanero and poblano peppers are a few other varieties. More »

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The ripeness of a pepper can complicate the identification process as peppers can change dramatically throughout the ripening process. However, once ripened, peppers are easy to identify by carefully observing their size... More »

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Some very hot types of peppers include, in descending order of heat: the ghost pepper; several kinds of Habanero chilis including the chocolate, orange and red savina; the Jamaican Hot; the Scotch bonnet; and the bird's ... More »

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Two important considerations in making stuffed bell peppers in a slow cooker are whether to use cooked rice and how long it takes to cook the peppers to the desired texture. Although usually the four- to six-hour cooking... More »

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To make banana peppers stuffed with sausage, combine sausage with cheese, breadcrumbs, eggs, salt and pepper and then stuff the mixture into banana peppers. Serve the peppers atop marinara sauce with grated ricotta chees... More »

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Banana peppers can be pickled in a mixture of vinegar, salt, sugar and water. Quick pickled peppers can be made to use in dishes like pizza. More »

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Make pickled banana peppers by placing banana pepper slices in a jar filled with a solution of vinegar, water, salt, sugar and garlic. Cover the jar with a tight-fitting, air-tight lid and let sit for at least 24 hours. More »

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