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Bell peppers and a host of pepper cousins are some of the most versatile vegetables in the kitchen, no matter where you go in the world. They make a yummy sauté with onions, and find themselves sliced or diced in salads, soups, and casseroles. They can be stuffed, grilled, placed on sandwiches, or simply sliced for a fresh, flavorful, and crunchy snack. Try them with a spicy cumin-enhanced dip, or, as the rhyme goes, pickled.

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Bell peppers and a host of pepper cousins are some of the most versatile vegetables in the kitchen, no matter where you go in the world. They make a yummy sauté with onions, and find themselves sliced or diced in salads, soups, and casseroles. They can be stuffed, grilled, placed on sandwiches, or simply sliced for a fresh, flavorful, and crunchy snack. Try them with a spicy cumin-enhanced dip, or, as the rhyme goes, pickled.

Health Benefits of Bell Peppers

Perhaps it’s the intense color variety, or maybe it’s the flavor that gives it away, but bell peppers have more than their share of vitamins and minerals. Regular consumption of foods rich in vitamin C, like green peppers, for instance, which contain more than twice the vitamin C of an orange, helps protect against scurvy, boosts the immune system, lowers inflammation in the arteries that leads to heart disease, diabetes, and cholesterol build up, and scavenges harmful free radicals from the body. Other nutritional benefits of bell peppers include thiamin, niacin, folate, magnesium, and copper.

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