Ah, the banana pepper – sweet, zesty, and crispy. If only you could enjoy those peppers year-round! We’ll show you how to store banana peppers
Clever Banana Pepper Storage Tricks
There are many ways to use banana peppers, with their sweet and mildly spicy taste. They add a crispy kick to sandwiches, colorful flavor to pizzas, and are even suitable for stuffing, frying, and pickling. However, they only last so long when you bring them home from the store or pick them from the garden, especially if you store them in the wrong place. Did you know that keeping peppers with potatoes, cucumbers, and other fruits and veggies causes them to spoil faster due to ethylene gases? We put together a range of banana pepper storage information to help you enjoy them longer.
The simplest way to keep banana peppers fresh is to put them in paper bags in the crisper drawer of your fridge, and if they are sliced, refrigerate them in a storage container. It’s also convenient to freeze them for later use by slicing and quick-freezing them before storing them in a freezer bag. Learn how to preserve banana peppers for the pantry by canning them in with a pressure canner and making jars of pepper pickles for the refrigerator. Discover ways to dry banana peppers and various recipes like stir-fry and sub sandwiches.
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