Fry The Pepper
You may have noticed that all of the peppers we've sent you home with so far are called "frying peppers".
But what does that mean, anyway?
The main difference between a frying pepper and the more traditional bell pepper is that the frying pepper tends to have a thinner wall, are typically smaller in size, and tend to look more like a spicy counterpart, such as an Anaheim pepper.
But don't be fooled, this pepper is of the sweet kind, and not at all spicy.
So what is one to do with frying peppers anyway?
Due to their thinner walls, some believe that cooking these types of peppers renders them to be sweeter.
In fact, it is said that these were developed for this very reason.
This is why we always suggest to cook with them - it's how they were bred to be eaten!
In a pinch for time? Stir-fry these with snap beans, summer squash, and scallions added at the last minute and eat with an orange juice + soy sauce dressing with quinoa.
Or why not make a double-recipe of fajitas with them for an easy lunch the next day?
And with 196% of your daily recommended dose of vitamin C, it is sure to put an extra pep in your step.