Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Drying Peppers

Every winter we dry a bunch of Paprika Supreme peppers. These are a sweet paprika pepper with thin walls that therefore dry easily. We bring in any pepper that is showing any color and they turn a beautiful red in the house. They have no heat, just a good pepper taste. We hang the rack up above the wood stove. When they are dry we crumble them up in scrambled eggs, spaghetti sauces, stews, etc. They are great to have in the winter when there are no more fresh peppers in the garden.

1 comment:

  1. What a lovely idea Margaret - I am not sure we can get these peppers here, but I love the thought of them drying in the kitchen.