Storing Roasted Red Peppers

I have a bunch of red bell peppers that I want to roast. After I roast them what type of liquid do I use to store them in the fridge?

By Soyzicks from HI

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April 16, 20090 found this helpful

You say you have a bunch. I wouldn't store them in the fridge. You would have to pressure cook them to store them for any length of time.

I slice mine in strips, and freeze in the fall after roasting. They keep all year and beyond that way. Hope this helps. I have a deep freeze. Not sure how long they would keep in a fridge freezer.

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April 16, 20090 found this helpful

Storing peppers is simple. If you are roasting many and want to store them indefinitely, try freezing them. Layer the peppers between sheets of wax paper in a plastic container for easy removal. and thaw as many as needed. Stored this way, roasted peppers should last for several months. If you have a small amount of leftover peppers that you plan to use within a week or two, place them in a small container, cover them with olive oil, and refrigerate them. Good luck.

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April 18, 20090 found this helpful

I use olive oil. It keeps them very soft and easy to use for future use.

Chris T.

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April 22, 20090 found this helpful

I roast them up in strips, then shuck the good stuff off the peel and pack it into jars to freeze. Hmm, I could use ice cube trays and store them as bags of cubes.

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