Summer warm days are the best season to cook aromatic Bulgarian pepper in oil with garlic for the winter. Where we just do not add it - to the salad, and we stuff, and we cook borsch with it. For me, the aroma of bell pepper is associated with wonderful summer times and hot days. And in winter I want to remember summer so much! I know, many will say that you can buy bell peppers all year round in a supermarket, but that’s not at all the case. Only in appearance it is beautiful, and there are not a drop of useful trace elements in it. I want to offer you an incredibly fragrant and tasty winter harvest - bell pepper in oil with garlic for the winter. Be sure to try to cook it, you will not regret it.
- bell pepper (take different colors) - 3 kilograms;
- dill greens - 2 small bunches;
- garlic - 3 heads;
- hot peppers.
- vegetable oil - 250 milliliters;
- vinegar 9% - 200 milliliters;
- sugar - 1 cup;
- salt - 3 tablespoons;
- cloves - 2-3 pieces.
Bell pepper in oil with garlic for the winter. Step by step recipe
- Wash the pepper well, cut in half, do not forget to remove the seeds. Cut pepper into strips. You can large pieces, you can small, as you prefer.
- Peel the garlic, divide into cloves and chop finely.
- Finely chopped washed dill. If you are not a fan of dill, you can use any other herbs.
- Next, prepare the marinade, combine vegetable oil, cloves, vinegar, sugar and salt. Put on fire and bring to a boil.
- Immerse the pepper in a boiling marinade, but not all at once, but in small portions, and weld it for 5 minutes.
- Then also portion the peppers in prepared sterilized jars, pouring the layers with chopped garlic. Place finely chopped hot peppers at the bottom of the can.
- The hot marinade that remains will pour over the banks, and immediately roll the lids.
- Then wrap the jars in a blanket or blanket until they cool.
Bell peppers in oil with garlic for the winter can be served on the table as an independent snack, because it is in perfect harmony with all dishes, both vegetable and meat. “I love to cook” wishes you delicious preparations! And be sure to try fried bell peppers for the winter and bell peppers in tomato sauce.