Ingredients for Cooking Roasted Peppers for the Winter Without Vinegar
- Bulgarian pepper 650-700 grams
- Salt a few teaspoons with a slide
- Vegetable oil 2 tablespoons
- Main ingredients
- Serving 1 serving
A deep plate, a glass jar with a lid, a kitchen knife, a tablespoon.
Cooking roasted peppers for the winter without vinegar:
Step 1: fry the peppers.
Rinse the pepper, dry it with paper towels and bake / fry as you used to: in the oven or using a divider on a gas stove. The main thing is that the skin of vegetables is charred to black.
Important: Choose meaty varieties with thick walls for cooking.
After baking, remove the peppers in a plate / bag and close on 20 minutes.
Peel the fried peppers from seeds and tails, and then tear / chop the pulp into thick strips.
Step 2: put the peppers in the jars.
Cans thoroughly wash and dry. Add some salt to the bottom.
Put a thick layer of peppers and salt again.
So fill the jars at the very neck, laying peppers and salting each layer.
Important: the jar must be filled with fried peppers right down the throat.
Step 3: fill with oil.
Heat the vegetable oil in a saucepan, then cool it to 70 degrees and pour in jars of pepper.
Close cans with blanks.
Step 4: sterilize the workpieces.
Sterilize jars with blanks in preheated condition. 100 degrees celsius oven. To keep the pepper well stored, warm the workpieces for 1 hour, and for jars, volume 480-500 grams enough and 45 minutes.
Turn the cans of peppers removed from the oven upside down, cover with a blanket or blanket and leave to cool to room temperature. And after that, take them away to the pantry or storage closet.
Step 5: serve the prepared fried peppers for the winter without vinegar.
Serve roasted peppers as a cold appetizer on a regular dinner table or on a festive table if you have a noisy celebration. The peppers are very tasty and are well stored in closed jars without a refrigerator. But after opening it is better to put the workpiece in the refrigerator.
Enjoy your meal!
- This amount of ingredients is enough to fill one can, designed for 720 grams.