How to Roast Peppers—Seed-Free!
Removing seeds after roasting peppers can be difficult—and messy! Use this simple kitchen hack to roast peppers after you've seeded and quartered them for easier clean-up and less mess.
Removing seeds after roasting peppers can be difficult—and messy! Instead of roasting them whole, quarter the peppers before roasting. The seeds are easy to remove, the tough ribs come out much cleaner, and you don’t have to handle hot (temperature) peppers. The process for roasting quarters is the same as for whole peppers. Before roasting, quarter peppers and remove the tough, white ribs and seeds. After you’ve charred the peppers, place them in a plastic bag for about 10 minutes. This sweats the peppers’ skin so that the charred skin slips off easily.
You’re left with roasted peppers that have been peeled and seeded cleanly.