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sweet pepper

a pepper plant, Capsicum frutescens grossum, with large bell-shaped fruits that are eaten unripe (green pepper) or ripe (red pepper)
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The optimum temperature for growth and development is 21-24oC for sweet pepper and 21-29oC for hot pepper.
While sweet peppers are invariably called bell peppers, they come in a variety of shapes which are rarely seen in retail markets in the United States.
Roasted cod with red sweet pepper coulis and new potatoes METHOD Boil potatoes in salted water for 3 minutes.
This vibration aims to release more pollen and it was adopted according to the methodology proposed by CARDOSO (2007) for sweet pepper and by HIGUTI et al.
Samplings made in sweet pepper greenhouses in the area of La Plata, Buenos Aires province (34[degress] 90' 65.
My Sweet Pepper Land" is a joint film with a western theme of justice.
Therefore, objectives of this work were to study the effects of sweet pepper and tomato fruit as additives on some physical and functional properties, nutritive value, and stability of peanut oil.
Ingredients * 450g/1lb lean beef mince * 30ml/2tbsp prepared hoisin sauce * 5ml/1tsp sesame oil, optional * 1 garlic clove, peeled and crushed * Salt and freshly milled pepper For the sweet pepper relish * 1 small orange or yellow pepper, deseeded and finely chopped * - red onion, peeled and finely chopped or 2 spring onions, finely chopped * 15ml/1tbsp freshly chopped flat-leaf parsley * 45ml/4tbsp prepared plum sauce Method In a large bowl mix all the burger ingredients together.
For the sweet pepper cream: In large saucepan, heat oil.
This study is aimed at isolating and identifying microorganisms associated with spoilt sweet pepper fruits in Sokoto metropolis; extract and identifying volatile metabolites associated with spoilt sweet pepper using GC-MS.
The large fruited sweet pepper (tatashe), the medium corrugated fruited hot pepper (rodo) and the small fruited chilli pepper (shombo).