depends. how big is the green pepper
Dried black pepper and fresh green bell peppers are way different from each other. You can't substitute one for the other and still make the recipe work.
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A green pepper is not a pepper, but a fruiting vegetable with a soft flesh.
white or red pepper as well as green pepper
why did the green peppers turn black during the growing process in the garden
Long pepper (Piper longum), (Pippali), sometimes called Indian long pepper, is a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae, cultivated for its fruit, which is usually dried and used as a spice and seasoning. Long pepper has a similar, but hotter, taste to its close relative Piper nigrum - from which black, green and white pepper are obtained. The word pepper itself is derived from the Tamil/Malayalam word for long pepper, pippali.
The two terms are not necessarily the same. Whole black peppers are peppercorns, but not all peppercorns are black pepper. Some peppercorns are pink, red, green, or white pepper.
Black Pepper is: Piperaceae, Piper nigrum, The red/green/chili/etc. pepper is capsicum.
green pepper looks like green pepper
Miriyaalu is pepper... miriyappodi is pepper powder green is aakupaccha green pepper is aakupaccha miryaalu
Red, green, and yellow peppers are slightly acidic. Black pepper contains acid as well as being acid producing. Black pepper stimulates your stomach to increase hydrochloric acid secretion.
The amount of cups in one large green pepper will vary from pepper to pepper. Not every green pepper is the same size. One cup is equal to 8 ounces of green pepper.
Pepper is spelled "poivre" in French (for the dried berries used as a condiment), or "poivron" for the red or green fruit. Both poivre and poivron are masculine nouns in French.
Piper nigrum (black, white or green peppercorns) is a berry.
you can get almost one cup of green peppers from a medium chopped green pepper.
what is the avarage yeild of a green pepper
I'm familiar with dent corn, flint corn, sweet corn and popcorn, but I can't find any references to pepper corn. However, there are numerous references to peppercorn, all of which are various treatments of the Black pepper (piper nigrum) plant, a native of southern India. The berries from this plant can be harvested at different stages of maturity to produce white, green, or black pepper. Peppercorns are just dried whole berries that have not yet been ground up.
A "sweet green pepper" would be a bell pepper or a cherry pepper. "Slivered" would be slicing it thinly.
---- where do green pepper come from? please awser as fast as you can!
Yes goats can eat green pepper.
Yes a green pepper is a vegtable ask anybody.
Green pepper is the fruit of the pepper plant and as all fruits comes from the ovule of the flower.
green pepper is about 75%full of water.....................hope this helps
No. Both kinds of pepper were started in a flower, which was pollinated and grew the pepper fruits. Yes, technically they are fruits, even though we classify black pepper as a spice and all the fleshy peppers, hot, sweet, green, red, as vegetables.
green pepper seeds are too immature to grow. The pepper must first mature and turn red, then when you use it just save the seeds inside