Yep. I’m at it again--processing produce from the garden. ‘Tis the season! :)
I promise once canning season is over, I’ll get back to all those fun sewing/crafting tutorials. I’ve got some good ‘uns planned, so stay tuned!
I love having chopped peppers in the freezer. It makes it so handy for all those recipes that ask for peppers.
Pick a bunch of peppers from the garden.
It can be any kind of pepper.
Wash and dry the peppers.
Cut off the tops and bottoms of the peppers. I don’t think you need to cut the bottoms off of bell peppers, though. Also, cut off any yucky parts.
Cut the peppers in half lengthwise.
Scrape the seeds out with a spoon.
Chop the peppers.
Arrange the peppers in a single layer on a tray.
Freeze them for a few hours, then put them in freezer bags.
Keep the peppers in the freezer and use them as needed.
Doesn’t it feel great to process and store all that wonderful, homegrown goodness from the garden?! I think so too! :)