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Green Capsicum Iran Approx 700 gm per pack

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Green capsicum is a less fleshy variety of the beloved vegetable, with its lighter texture and less sweet taste, and the lack of chilliness comes from the absence of the chili agent capsaicin

Green capsicums are one of the richest sources of vitamin C


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Sometimes referred to as Bell Pepper, Amazon Green Capsicum has a mild bitter sweetness when cooked. It can be sauteed, stewed, roasted, and grilled, and you can use it to create delicious recipes. This large glossy vegetable is used in making stir-fries, curries, vegetable dishes, meat dishes, and stews. You can also dice it into pieces and add it to salads for flavor and color. Or slice it into strips and fry it to make delicious green capsicum bitings. You can stuff the capsicum with vegetables, rice, or meat for an exquisite lunch or dinner. You can also roast it whole and use it as an accompaniment for roasted meats. Or dice it to make a sweet, brightly colored salsa or sauce for dipping your chips or pouring over salads and other dishes. Green Capsicum can also be used in sandwiches, and it can be dried and converted into a flavorful powder for seasoning your favorite dishes. It is a highly versatile vegetable rich in Vitamin C, A, B6, potassium, and essential minerals known to help clear the skin, support eye health, boost the immune system, and ward off infections and diseases.

Amount per 100g
Calories 40
Daily Value%
Total Fat0.2 g0
Cholesterol0 mg0
Sodium7 mg0
Potassium340 mg9
Total Carbohydrate9 g3
Dietary Fiber1.5 g6
Sugar5 g
Protein2 g4
Vitamin A23
Vitamin C404
Vitamin D0
Vitamin B615
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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  • Remove the top of the capsicum using a sharp knife.

  • Cut it in half, remove the membrane and seeds, then slice the capsicum to your desired size.

  • Add to your recipes.

  • Place the capsicum in a plastic bag, seal it properly and refrigerate.

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