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Granulated Green Bell Pepper

Granulated Green Bell Pepper
Granulated Green Bell Pepper
Granulated Green Bell Pepper Granulated Green Bell Pepper

Granulated Green Bell Pepper

SKU
100683 003
$6.36
Net Weight:
1 oz
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Granulated Green Bell Peppers are green bell peppers that have been dehydrated and then ground. Bell peppers are members of the nightshade family, which also includes eggplant, potatoes and tomatoes.

Green bell pepper is a cultivar group of the chile pepper species Capsicum annuum. To most, this boxy-shaped pepper is considered a vegetable, but like the tomato, is technically a fruit. Scientifically, a fruit develops from the ovary in the base of the plant's flower and contains the seeds of the plant. Bell peppers are sometimes classified with other less pungent pepper varieties as "sweet peppers."

 

History and Cultivation

Chile Peppers are native to Mexico, Central America and northern South America. Excavations of prehistoric Peruvian sites have discovered that these ancient South Americans flavored their foods with bell peppers more than 6,000 years ago.

The earliest recording of the term "Bell Pepper" dates back to the late 1600's where Lionel Wafer, a Welsh explorer, wrote about them in his book "A New Voyage and Description of the Isthmus of America" as he explored the Caribbean as a doctor on a ship.

In horticulture, cultivars are a group of plants of the same species that have been selected and bred deliberately to produce specific characteristics (i.e. flavor, color, hardiness to growing conditions, etc.). Different cultivars of the bell pepper plant produce different color fruit. There are at least 15 cultivars of bell peppers including the most common green, orange, red and yellow as well as some harder to find such as brown (also called chocolate), purple and white (also called vanilla).

All sweet bell peppers begin green and their color changes as they ripen. Green bell peppers are fully developed but are harvested before they start to change colors.

It is not true that bell peppers with 3 lobes are female and those with 4 lobes are male. Bell Pepper plants have complete flowers which means that each flower contains both female and male parts. The number of lobes is actually related to the specific variety of pepper.  There are cultivars of peppers that produce 2, 3-4, or 3-5 lobes.  The 4 lobed 'bell' pepper have historically been more popular in this country, so plants have been breed for this characteristic.

 

Where to Use

Use Granulated Red Bell Peppers in Asian, Italian and Mexican dishes. We've used these in barbecue sauces, homemade beans, cheese dips, chili, dips, marinades, meatballs, pasta, salad dressings, sauces, soups, spice blends and stews.

 

Flavor Profile and Heat Level

The flavor of Granulated Green Bell Peppers is less sweet than the more popular red, orange or yellow bell peppers. The seeds and ribs inside bell peppers may be consumed, but some find their taste somewhat bitter.

Green Bell Peppers are a 0 on the heat scale.

 

Helpful Hints

If you're a fan of bell peppers then you may want to check out our Diced Green Bell Peppers and Diced Red Bell Peppers.

 

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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size1 tsp

Amount Per Serving

Calories10

% Daily Value*

Total Fat0g0%

Saturated Fat0g0%

Trans Fat0g

Polyunsaturated Fat0g

Monounsaturated Fat0g

Cholesterol0mg0%

Sodium5.3mg0%

Total Carbohydrate1.9g1%

Dietary Fiber0.6g2%

Total Sugars1.1g

Added Sugars0g0%

Sugar Alcohol0.0g

Protein0.5g1%

Vitamin D0mcg0%

Calcium4mg0%

Iron0mg2%

Potassium86mg2%

*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. These values were calculated and therefore are approximate. For more accuracy, testing is advised.

4.8 out of 5
10 total ratings.

Eileen T. (Verified buyer) 03/07/2022
I have ordered several times. I have ordered several times. Great stuff

Colleen J. (Verified buyer) 11/19/2021
Most Excellent This is full of flavor even before you taste it.

Eileen T. (Verified buyer) 06/02/2020
Great Stuff Great Stuff

Eugene S. (Verified buyer) 05/07/2020
Perfect product Wonderful, flavorful, adds to the meals it is used to prepare. It is very clean and has a fresh smell.

WALT S. (Verified buyer) 03/11/2020
Granulated dried peppers Both the Granulated Green and Red Peppers are excellent. The Green Peppers add a great taste to any dish such as a stew or scrambled eggs etc. The Red Peppers are sweet to the taste and have a very mild red pepper smell. I like using them in both fresh and dried cured sausage. Both have their place in my spice cabinet. Highly recommend them as well as any spices from Spices, Inc.

Colleen J. (Verified buyer) 10/29/2019
Not big chunks This is excellent, not too big for mixes.

Jordan L. (Verified buyer) 06/12/2019
Perfect touch I use this in the seasoning I make. It really sets it apart from other seasonings, and gives it amazing taste!

Jas'an M. (Verified buyer) 11/01/2018
best spices and herbs the best thing about dried herbs and spices are the freshness and stable shelf life, something you can get with fresh herbs. Also the dried herbs have a robust flavor. The most difficult aspect of dry herbs and spices is finding them. I found all that I wanted in spice inc. goooood job

Bernie M. (Verified buyer) 12/10/2021
Good stuff Good stuff

Jeff B. (Verified buyer) 03/03/2021
Love green pepper Good on pizza ok in chili that's all I've used it for so far
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