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The 2 ways to peel and cut Bell Peppers – Capsicums

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Join my online French cooking classes: https://learn.thefrenchcookingacademy.com/p/get-started-with-french-cooking In French cooking if you are making a dish that contain Bell Peppers or Capsicums, the Peppers have to be peeled before they can be cut.

Note: Leaving the skin on Bell peppers does not bring any enhancement to your dish. This is why for French salads we even peel raw peppers which allow you to enjoy the taste and texture of the ingredient.

Technical notes for Bell peppers in the oven:

1 turn on an set your oven at 250 degree Celsius.
2 Brush your raw peppers with oil to give them a fine glaze.
3 when the oven is at temperature place your peppers on a baking tray in the oven for 5 to 10 minutes.
4 when done take the peppers out of the oven and transfer them in a salad bowl.
5 cover the bowl with cling/plastic wrap. and leave the Peppers in the bowl for 5 or more minutes.
6 finally take the peppers out of the bowl and they are now ready to be peeled.

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