if the peppers are mixed with red ones, then yes
They are great cooked or not!
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Step one: Plant the seed in a plant pot and with some soil and fertilizer.
Step two: Put the plant in a well lighted spot and at a warm temperature.
Step three: Water it often and watch it grow!
green bell pepper = Chile dulce or Chile morron; red bell pepper = pimienton
Bell peppers come from the Americas. They were introduced to the whole world when the Columbian exchange was happening.
Boiled, drained without salt, 1/2 cup has 19 calories.
* 6 large green bell peppers * 1 lb ground beef * 2 tablespoons finely chopped onions [I use ½ cup] * 1 teaspoon salt * 1/8 teaspoon garlic salt * 1 cup rice or brown rice, cooked (measured dry, before cooking) * 1 (15 ounce) can tomato sauce * 3/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese * 1 teaspoon Worcester sauce [My addition to recipe] Directions 1. Cut thin slice from stem end of each pepper. Remove seeds and membranes; rinse. Cook peppers in enough boiling water to cover 5 minutes; drain.
2. Cook and stir hamburger and onion in 10-inch skillet until hamburger is light brown; drain. Stir in salt, garlic salt, cooked rice, and 1 cup of the tomato sauce; heat through. [Optionally, add Worcester sauce]
3. Stuff each pepper with hamburger mixture; stand upright in ungreased baking dish, 9x12 inches. Pour remaining sauce over peppers. Cover with foil; cook in 350 degree F oven for 45 minutes. Uncover; cook 15 minutes longer. Remove from oven and sprinkle with shredded mozzarella cheese.
Makes 6 servings.
* Note: microwave instructions were intentionally omitted. This dish really needs to be baked in the oven.
no they are annuals, you have to plan seeds for it to grow a perennial we come back every year regardless of whether you have planted seeds.
No, green pepper is not good for rabbits. Green pepper is indicated in gas, and gas can be a very serious illness for rabbits (even leading to GI stasis, and death). Some rabbits might be okay with a little bit of green pepper as an occasional treat; other rabbits are sensitive and fall ill from just a bit of green pepper. It's important to know and observe your own rabbit, and if you ever notice illness, bring it to a vet. (A mild gas attack can be treated at home with simethicone and belly massage, but if it isn't cured quickly, a vet is required.) See the related question below for more info about the rabbit diet.
Shimla mirchi is the vegetable bell pepper in Hindi.
You can grow them in your garden or buy them in stores.
The seeds tend to be bitter. And it sure makes a difference in the texture as well as the apearance to have all those little flecks of white floating around.
It will stay perfectly fresh for about 7 days (oneweek) and then it will start to "unfreshen"
One medium bell pepper = 1 cup chopped
A green pepper can cost from 10 cent, to 25 cents, to 50 cents depending on where you are buying it from. This is just like any food, but green peppers are relatively cheap. I buy them at ACME for about 35 cents.
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.