How to Dehydrate Bell Peppers

Learn how to dehydrate bell peppers and store them for all year long. In just a few simple steps, you can preserve bell peppers for months! Improve your cooking with this easy home-preservation technique.


You only need green, red, or yellow bell peppers and water!

Wash the bell peppers. Core and remove the seeds and membranes. Cut peppers into strips or small squares. Spread the diced or sliced bell pepper pieces in a single layer over dehydrator trays that have been lined with a mesh.


If the dehydrator has a temperature  control set the temperature to 125 degrees. Place the lid on or close the door and dehydrate the bell peppers for 6 to 11 hours or until the  bell peppers are dry through the center and feel dry and leathery to the  touch.


Once the bell peppers are dry allow them to cool completely. Transfer the dried  and cooled sweet bell pepper pieces to an air tight container. Store the container in a dark cool cabinet.


Use the dried bell pepper to season soups, stews and other recipes. Or grind the dried peppers into a powder to   make your own custom blends of seasonings.


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