Dried Red and Green Bell Peppers are a great substitute for fresh vegetables. Dried Green and Red Bell Peppers when hydrated are great for sauteing, adding to fresh salsa or salads. Use dehydrated bell peppers in soups and stews, or rehydrate and use as fresh. To rehydrate, soak in warm water for 30 minutes. Dried Bell Peppers will double in size once hydrated.
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Always a good product
By: L. Kelley - Itasca, IL Dec 18, 2011
I have ordered this in the past and its the best thing to have in the home for when the weather changes.
By: cynthia toy - mount sterling, KY Jan 27, 2012
One of my favorite products. The quality is excellent.
Great Dried Peppers
By: Glenn Case - Chandler, AZ Apr 20, 2012
I use these all the time to flavor rice or potatoes. They are hard to find locally so I order them from Spices regularly.
Wonderful! Better than Fresh
By: Barbara Bennett - Richmond, VA May 6, 2012
This dried mix holds up better in long cooking dishes than fresh diced peppers which tend to fade in color and disappear. Love these for color and mild taste in rice dishes, soups, stews, sauces and meatloaf. Perfect size dice, great color. Best ever!
By: FREEDDIE - Albany, GA Jul 22, 2012
I enjoy the products for their taste and convenience. I like that if I forgot to buy this product fresh, i still have this product in the dried version. Very convenient.
By: Bernie Czarnecki - Sanborn, NY Nov 28, 2012
Enjoy using dehydrated vegetables in soups and salads
By: kathleen - Arlington, WA Sep 1, 2013
I live so far from town that I keep these jars of veggies on hand for making soups especially in winter..They are wonderful and taste like fresh veggies in the soups, stews etc..We love them. No more wasting fresh veg.going bad before I can use them.