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Reducing the Heat in Hot Peppers


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Placing peppers in a jar with oil.I bought a mislabeled plant. Instead of getting a sweet pepper, I got a hot one. Instead of giving them away, I learned that if I roasted them at 425 degrees F until they were soft and the edges were brown (20 minutes or so), it would remove a lot of the heat.

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After it cooled, I put it in a jar and added some dried minced garlic and olive oil. Store the jar in the refrigerator. Use as a pizza topping or as a base for a salad dressing.

Fresh chile peppers on aluminum foil, ready for roasting
 
Roasted chile peppers on aluminum foil.
 
Roasted chile peppers in a small glass canning jar.
 
Peppers in oil with a tight lid.
 

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