Roasted Pepper on Stovetop

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Roasted Pepper on Stovetop

Roasted Pepper on Stovetop. In this situation, “roasting” is a bit misleading. We should term this technique “charring” instead! Roasted peppers are a fantastic addition to salads, frittatas, and a variety of other dishes.

Difficulty: Beginner Prep Time 2 min Cook Time 5 min Rest Time 10 min Total Time 17 mins Servings: 1

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If you have a gas stove, roasting peppers directly on the stovetop is the easiest approach. Preheat a burner to high and place your pepper straight on the flame. Turn the pepper with a pair of tongs until the skin is totally charred.

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    If you have a gas stove, roasting peppers directly on the stovetop is the easiest approach. Preheat a burner to high and place your pepper straight on the flame. Turn the pepper with a pair of tongs until the skin is totally charred.

  2. Cover the pepper with plastic wrap in a heat-proof mixing bowl. As the pepper steams, the skin will relax, and once it has cooled slightly, you can simply remove it with your fingertips. We find it easier to do this when the water is running.

  3. If you don't have access to a gas grill, you can brown the peppers under the broiler, just like you would tomatoes. In this scenario, leaving the peppers whole and flipping them every few minutes until the skin is blackened is the best option.