Fresh Green Pepper Salad
Finding your dining table is filled with brown dishes and wanna add some color to it? Or do you want to make a healthy snack? Here is a quick, 5-minute fresh green pepper salad.
Bell peppers are often stir fried or stuffed with meat. In fact, it can be eaten raw.
Moreover, you can take in extra vitamin C, which is lost when heated!
Its pleasant bitterness makes it a perfect snack for alcoholic beverages.
All you need is sesame oil, salt, and white sesame seeds! ( Or instead, you can substitute with olive oil and black pepper)
If you are thinking, “There is no way it could taste that good…,” this is a recipe you should definitely try.
Fresh Green Pepper SaladRecipe by AKO's CookBook
4 green pepper
2 teaspoons sesame oil
Pinch of salt
white sesame seeds
Chili pepper, to taste
- Remove the heft and seeds from the peppers and wash them. It is OK to leave the white part inside as it soaks up the flavor and tastes good.
- Cut lengthwise into thin strips. The fineness is up to you, but if you find bell peppers bitter, you may want to make them as thin as possible.
- Add all seasonings and mix well. The amount of salt depends on the size of the peppers, so adjust to taste.
- *Change sesame oil to virgin olive oil and sesame seeds to black pepper to make a side dish that goes well with Western cuisine.
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