How to Sauté Bell Peppers
Bell peppers are easy to slice and toss into a pan and cook. They make for a colorful sweet snap in your Buddha Bowl!
Buddha Bowl Veggies
Buddha Bowl veggies will teach you the easiest ways to cook, store, and use vegetables! Bell peppers cook super fast and you can tell that they are done when they begin to look tender and vibrant.
Why Sautéing Bell Peppers is Great
- Easy Buddha Bowl add-in
- It is the easiest way to cook bell peppers
- Fastest way to cook peppers
- Bell peppers are nutritious
- Adds color and flavor to your dish
- 2 bell peppers (of your choosing)
- Olive oil
- Minced onion (optional)
- Salt & pepper to taste
How To Sauté Bell Peppers – Step by Step
- Clean bell peppers and dry.
- Heat olive oil over high heat while you slice the bell peppers. Slice bell pepper into strips, removing all of the seeds and ribs.
- Add into pan and spread out evenly. Turn heat down to medium-high and cook until tender and vibrant in color, stirring occasionally
- Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste
Ways to Make Bell Peppers Taste Better
To make bell peppers taste better, chop up half of a red or white onion and begin cooking with bell peppers.
After bell peppers and onion are done cooking, add in fresh or dry herbs such as parsley, basil or thyme, toss to coat.
How to quickly saute bell peppers to add a sweet tender flavor to any Buddha Bowl!
- 2 large bell peppers red and/or yellow
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 tsp salt and pepper to taste
Clean bell peppers and pat dry with a paper towel.
Heat olive oil over high heat while you slice the bell peppers. Slice bell pepper into strips, removing all of the seeds and ribs.
Add into pan and spread out evenly. Turn heat down to medium-high and cook until tender and vibrant in color, stirring occasionally.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste, enjoy!
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