Red bell peppers (also called sweet bell peppers) have a mild peppery and slightly sweet flavor — they’re not overpowering like so many hot peppers.
Red bell peppers can be roasted along with onions and garlic for a low-calorie and super nutritious side dish, or they can be sautéed with mushrooms in olive oil or added to almost any stir-fried dish.
Raw red peppers are good too. Slice a raw red bell pepper into strips and serve with fresh broccoli and cauliflower flowerets, with a light veggie dip. Or add them to your favorite healthy green salad.
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