Usually, bell pepper belongs to the chilly pepper family, which comes in various colors ranging from red, yellow, orange, brown, and green to black. Red, orange and yellow have a sweet taste and almost fruity while green, purple and brown have some slightly bitter taste.
Want color but not a lot of pepper flavor? Grow purple beauty peppers. I found this photo with a recipe for stuffed peppers. Purple beauties are much smaller than most bell peppers. Think about stuffing mushroom caps to get an idea of how many you would need depending if they were a main dish or side dish. I think as a side dish you could use all kinds ingredients in stuffing for eye appeal.
If rainbow colors are your thing, plant some bell peppers. You can get a color burst of peppers from one variety. Islander is a chameleon, turning green, yellow, purple, orange, and red. lots of bell pepper how to help
While I’m a fan of the good old standard green bell pepper, it’s the sweet reds, yellows, oranges and purples that really get my goat. These are stuffed with ground beef, sweet corn and mushrooms for a meal in one. #recipe on foodiecrush.com #peppers
INCREDIBLE slow cooker thai peanut chicken that's tender, savory, full of peanut butter flavor and just slightly spicy (if you like!). Served with any kind of rice you like, although sticky purple rice is my favorite.