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Sweet Pepper. Cubanelle peppers are also called banana peppers, and Italian sweets.

Roast Cubanelle peppers to unleash the skin before cooking. This prevents a tough skin in dishes.

 

 

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Cubanelle peppers are similar to Anaheim peppers but slightly less flavorful. They are considered a sweet pepper. Cubanelles can be stuffed or used in salads and casseroles. Also good on pizzas or subs.

Cubanelle peppers are long and tapered, and either red or pale green or yellow. They can be substituted in recipes calling for Anaheim peppers. The cubanelle should be firm, smooth and glossy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Avoid any peppers with soft spots or cracks. The stem should be green.

Unwashed, they can be kept in a plastic bag in the refrigerator for up to a week. Red cubanelles will keep only a few days.


 

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Sweet Pepper. Cubanelle peppers are also called banana peppers, and Italian sweets.

Roast Cubanelle peppers to unleash the skin before cooking. This prevents a tough skin in dishes.

 

 

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Cubanelle peppers are similar to Anaheim peppers but slightly less flavorful. They are considered a sweet pepper. Cubanelles can be stuffed or used in salads and casseroles. Also good on pizzas or subs.
Cubanelle Peppers
Cubanelle peppers are long and tapered, and either red or pale green or yellow. They can be substituted in recipes calling for Anaheim peppers. The cubanelle should be firm, smooth and glossy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Avoid any peppers with soft spots or cracks. The stem should be green.

Unwashed, they can be kept in a plastic bag in the refrigerator for up to a week. Red cubanelles will keep only a few days.