Roasted Peppers + Onions

Fresh washed bell peppers!

Ingredients:

Bell peppers (red, orange, yellow and/or green)

Onions (yellow, red, and/or white– I’ve only used red and yellow onions for this recipe)

Black pepper

Himalayan salt

Cumin

Cayenne pepper

Garlic powder

Crushed red pepper

Thyme

Dill 

Instructions:

Take your selected amount of peppers and onions and place them on a baking sheet

Season with(Seasonings are optional– use as much or as little of each seasoning as you would like to, just make sure they are seasoned to your liking. I can say from cooking this multiple times that the more seasoning the better!)

Use grapeseed oil or an oil of your choice to coat your peppers and onions

Toss and massage your peppers and onions in the oil and seasonings

Evenly spread the peppers and onions on the baking sheet

Place the peppers and onions into the oven set at 425 degrees

Cook for 30-40 minutes or until you are satisfied with how the peppers and onions are cooked

Once finished:

Safely remove your peppers and onions immediately so that it does not burn or overcook.

Let the peppers and onions cool to a safe temperature for consuming and storage

Eat as much of the peppers and onions as you would like and store the rest to enjoy later!

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