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Peeling Peppers

BlueSmokeBlueSmoke Posts: 1,678
edited 5:01PM in EggHead Forum
A friend gave us some peppers, a couple each ripe jalapenos and cubanelles. I decided to roast and peel them, but didn't want to fire up for such a small batch. Try this next time you want only one or two roasted peppers.[p]Lay the peppers on the grill and play your MAPP torch over them, turning to expose all surfaces to the flame. (The torch is so hot and so concentrated that the skin blisters almost immediately - you can turn the pepper barehanded!) Put the peppers in a plastic bag and twist the top shut till the peppers are back to room temp; then scrape the burnt skin off with a butter knife. The skin comes off easily, and the meat of the pepper is barely cooked.[p]Ken


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