There is nothing like the juices that are generated from a freshly roasted pepper. Creating a roasted red pepper is hardly a skilled trade, but one that is for those who desire a more defined taste that a pepper can offer. If you have ever purchased roasted peppers you know they are nothing short of mouthwatering and delicious, however, what you get in a jar is so far from the product that you can create in your home. Roasting Peppers does not take hours, and it is not hard, but it does take a few steps to get to the final product. I don’t always roast my peppers on the grill, but if you want to compare anything to roasting peppers, think about roasting peppers as you would roasting marshmallows, as you will char the outside to get to a most palatable inert you may never have truly tasted. My latest find is a nutty tasting Shishito Pepper, and no matter where you roast them, you will love the results. Here’s my recipe of How To Prepare Blistered Shishito Peppers as I lavishly live food out loud.
Choose your appliance of choice and get those peppers washed, rinsed and waiting in a colander as you are about to treat your family to a sweet, nutty taste that you won’t experience unless you Roast a Pepper.
For today’s roasting session, I used Shishito Peppers. I celebrate vegetables everyday and I say, the more vegetables, the merrier. The Shishito Pepper is a sweeter-tasting pepper as compared to most peppers out there. My daily plates are adorned with loads of veggies each day as I feel they offer the most nutritional value to my diet as well as a healthy alternative to eating meat.
When I was offered the opportunity to test out Shishito Peppers, at first I was cautious & worried that they might cause a bit of stinging, but I was being silly! Have you ever had a pepper that was sweet, a tad nutty and that you did not have to seed in order to consume? Well get ready because I have the skinny and the green(lol) on Shishito Peppers from Frieda’s Specialty Produce.
SHISHITO PEPPERS From Frieda’s Specialty Produce