Stick as many bell peppers as will fit (or just a few, but why not mass produce these delicious things?!?) onto a cookie sheet and stick them in an oven preheated to 375 degrees. Cook for 20 minutes.
Then rotate each one 180 degrees (flip them over) with some tongs. Cook for another 20 minutes.
Dump them unceremoniously from the cookie sheet onto your stove top (if you're like me, though a plate would do fine too), herd them together with your tongs, and stick a cake dome on top of them. Or a bowl. Or anything that will trap the steam (and save your money instead of wrapping them in foil for that one time use). Let them sit until they are cool.
|We ate all the peppers... but these apples represent how to let the peppers steam and cool in a cake dome. Or bowl.|
Using gloves for hot peppers, use your hands to peel off the roasted skin, the stems, and the seeds out from the insides.
Eat that fleshy goodness!! On a sandwich, with eggs, in crepes, whatever you would consider using plain old peppers in!