A different way to cut peppers and get no seeds.
Hi! I wasn't sure if you'd find this worthwhile or just plain dumb, but I thought I'd try it anyway. I always prepare my peppers this way so I figured I'd try to write an article. Read on to learn how to cut / peel a pepper without getting any seeds
- 1 This works best with the 'narrow' pepper varieties (like the one shown) as the flesh comes off easier and you wont waste any pepper around the seed area. That said, fat bell peppers don't get as good of results.
- 5If you do this properly, you'll remove the flesh and the seeds will stay where they are. Better yet, you won't waste any of the flesh around the seed area. From there, discard the seeds, clean the flesh and cut to your liking. Revel in the fact that you now know How to Cut / Peel a Pepper without Getting any Seeds