Cubanelle peppers are a great side dish or can be enjoyed all by themselves: raw in salads or sauteed or stuffed with different veggies, meats and cereals, like quinoa. Roast or steam them. The cubanelles are so versatile and pliable under a cook’s creative direction that you can be.
Sauteed Cubanelle Peppers
Benefits of Cubanelle Peppers
– Cubanelle peppers are rich in Phenolic Acid that may inhibit formation of cancer cells.
– Being high in Vitamin C, these peppers are bursting with the antioxidant power. Vitamin C builds our immune system and fights free radicals, and may reduce risk of certain cancers.
– Cubanelle peppers provide Vitamin B6 that promotes metabolism of protein and carbohydrates, thus release of energy into our body.
– Need more folate in your life? These peppers are high in Folate! Eat them raw as much as you can to deliver the building blocks for your red blood cells and to synthesize certain Amino Acids. Future Mamas, this is yet another great source of delicious food to help to prevent congenital neurological defects in you baby. Plan your pregnancy with Cubanelles!
Check out how Vitamin C is essential to build Collagen in your skin and entire body.
Easy and Quick Dish for Any Occasion for Any Day of the Week!
Add this simple recipe for sides or for all-by-itself dish.
- 4-5 Cubanelle Peppers
- 1 Onion, medium size
- 2 Cups of Frozen or Fresh Yellow or White Corn
- Spices, Salt to your own taste
- 2 Tsp Coconut Oil
- 1. Cut peppers and onions into pieces. Use the sizes and shapes you prefer. I love to onions in smaller pieces. But as for peppers, I cut then into large circles.
- 2. In a large pan, heat coconut oil, add onions first. Sautee for about a minute.
- Add frozen corn – or if you have fresh, do that.
- Sautee onions and corn together for another minute or so.
- 3. Add Cubanelle peppers last into the pan. Sautee all ingredients for the next 5 minutes.
- Add your own herbs, slat, pepper to taste.
- TIP: If you are to use Frozen corn, run water through the kernels before you put them onto the pan. This simple step will eliminate all the unwanted water in your recipe.