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Fried peppers and onions are a great way to make an easy appetizer or snack with very little effort. The best part is that you can customize the recipe to your liking. For instance, if you want more heat, add some crushed

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How to make fried peppers and onions

As we move into the new year, many folks make a move to try and eat healthier, including me. After the extravagance of the holiday season, I crave lighter foods, including big salads and soups packed with veggies and whole grains, and I try to include a few meatless meals into our weekly meal plans. I love all vegetables, but I do have several favorites, including peppers. Something magical happens when you fry up fresh, colorful peppers just until they begin to brown. The caramelization brings out the inherent sweetness of the peppers and bumps up the flavor times ten. I could eat a helping of these peppers fried with onions, with a slice or two of crusty bread and a small wedge of soft cheese for dinner and be very happy. These peppers also pair well with any grilled or roasted meat, poultry, or seafood.

As well as being delicious, bell peppers repacked full of nutrients. Bell peppers are loaded with various vitamins and minerals including Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin K1, Potassium, & Folate. In fact, bell peppers are so high in vitamin C, a single pepper provides up to 169% of the RDI. When choosing bell peppers, pick a variety of colors for the most flavor and nutrition. Choose firm, unblemished peppers and refrigerate peppers, unwashed, in a plastic bag in the vegetable drawer. Do keep peppers as dry as possible during storage, as moisture will eventually cause them to rot. Red, orange, and yellow peppers will last four to five days in the refrigerator. For the best results, use a large nonstick or cast iron skillet. If the peppers or onions are growing too quickly, turn down the heat a bit, and if the vegetables seem to be sticking, feel free to add a little more olive oil. If you like things spicy, you can also add a finely chopped hot chili pepper to the mix.

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