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Dehydrated Vegetable (Bell Pepper)

Also Known As : Dried bell pepper
Technical Name : Capsicum annuum


Usage Tips

  1. Store dehydrated bell pepper in an airtight container for preservation. They should be kept away for sunlight for longer shelf life. Those who want to store them for more than a period of four months must do the blanching. The blanching can be ignored in case of short-period preservation.
  2. They can be added to soups, stir-fries, salads, stews, sauces and casseroles.
  3. They can be added to increase the flavour of eggs.
  4. Adding them to boiling noodles can enhance their overall flavour.
  5. They can be used in any recipe as a substitute to fresh bell pepper.

Common names and forms

  1. Dried Green Bell Peppers


Dehydrated Bell Pepper is the de-seeded, sliced red, green or yellow bell pepper placed on dehydrator sheets at 125-135° for 8 to 12 hours, until crisp. They may take a bit longer to dehydrate depending on the size and moisture level of the peppers. After the dehydration process, the dried bell pepper is cool down before storing and preserving them.

Selection Guide

Go for properly dried dehydrated bell pepper when buying in packaged form. They must contain no moisture in them and should be crisp and dry in texture.

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