Versatile sweet peppers, also called capsicums, can be eaten either raw with a creamy dip, or even better, grilled and sliced in salads, or cooked long and gently in stews and sauces. Hollowed out, they are an ideal container for stuffing and baking, or for holding a dip for other crudités. Peppers also make a wonderful purée.
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