The problem with bell peppers are the seeds - they tend to get everywhere and make a big mess on your cutting board. Looking for an easy fix? Here's a quick video lesson on how to cut bell peppers without getting the seeds all over the place.
We love this video from YouTube's 1 Recette 1 Minute because it shows you not one, not two but four different ways to cut bell peppers so you can use them in different preparations. You'll learn how to dice, slice and brunoise a bell pepper, as well as cut it into triangle shape (just in case you are in the mood for a fancy salad).
When shopping for bell peppers be sure to select those that are firm, blemish free and have no wrinkles. Give them a good wash and let them dry them before cutting. Then simply follow these great tips for how to cut bell peppers while leaving the seeds intact:
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