green pepper


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green pepper

1. the green unripe fruit of the sweet pepper, eaten raw or cooked
2. the unripe fruit of various other pepper plants, eaten as a green vegetable
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Of the various methods available for processing green pepper, canning is the preferred method due to its ability to maintain some relatively higher or adequate levels of moisture, nutrient and colour.
1 (11-ounce) can whole kernel corn with red and green peppers, drained
Sauteed or microwaved meatballs combined with sauteed red and green pepper slices, onion slices and jarred pasta sauce and served in individual Italian rolls.
Roasted green pepper and Jalapeiio - an Asian natural chicken broth that is well spiced with a distinctive spicy pepper flavour.
A new range of baby leaf salads, a golden papaya, sweet green peppers and sliced chicory are among the 10 nominations for this year's Fruit Logistica Innovation Award.
As production increases, Enza Zaden expects to see SweetGreen used in the popular "stoplight" packages of red, yellow and green peppers.
Stir in the corn, tomato sauce, water, green pepper and taco seasoning.
1 green pepper, deseeded and finely chopped (use half for the burger and half in the salsa salad) 1 tomato, roughly chopped 5ml (1tsp) chilli powder.
You Will Need: * Small green pepper * 6 1/2-ounce can water-packed tuna, drained * Small tomato, diced * 1/4 cup plain yogurt * 1/4 cup lowfat mayonnaise * 1 slice American cheese, cut diagonally * 2 toothpicks Directions: 1.
YOU NEED: flour tortillas * shredded cheese * cooked filling (vegetables and/or meat) * tomatoes * onion * garlic * lemon juice * green pepper * salt and pepper * knife * cutting board * stove * nonstick pan * spatula
After opening The Green Pepper fabric store in 1973, the mother-daughter duo saw an opportunity to sell fabric to the area's outdoor enthusiasts who were interested in saving money by sewing their own hiking, skiing and other rough-weather clothing.
Last week it was Celebrity Ready, Steady Cook, with Lembit fighting the green pepper corner against Labour red tomato Tom Watson.