Learn how to cut a bell pepper the easy way with Phoebe Lapine! This method will help you remove the ribs and seeds from the pepper in no time.
Open up the cook book and find your favorite stuffed bell pepper recipe! Before you can stuff you have to learn how to prepare it!
First you’re going to take the top and bottom off of the peppers. Then you have to cut open one side, running your knife along it, cutting off all the ribs which can be pretty bitter. With this you are also separating away the bell pepper seeds, and you are left with a beautiful long bell pepper ribbon, which you can cut however you’d like. You can cut it into sections and slice the bell pepper up however you’d like into thin little matchsticks to dip into hummus or take with you on the go. In less than a minute, you have your bell pepper prepped and ready for any occasion!
Phoebe Lapine is a food and health writer, gluten-free chef, wellness personality, culinary instructor, blogger, recipe developer and speaker, born and raised in New York City, where she continues to live and eat.
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Peppers are a great snack to take
with you to work or on the go.
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I'm and I'm going to show you
an easy way to prep your peppers.
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So first things' first, I'm going to
take the top and bottom off the peppers.
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And now you just want to cut open one
side and run your knife along it.
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Getting all of the ribs,
which can be a little bit bitter.
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Until you've severed all of those seeds.
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And you have a beautiful long ribbon.
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And now you can cut it into sections.
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And slice it up however you like,
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into thin little matchsticks to dip in
your hummus, or take with you, on-the-go.
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