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17 Best Banana Pepper Recipes

If you’re like me and you’ve run out of ideas for using banana peppers, here are some tasty dishes to try. I collect 17 tasty, healthy, and easy-to make banana peppers recipes that can be perfect for dinner, lunch, or even a small side dish for your main course.

1. Fried Banana Peppers

Are you looking for a simple yet delectable first dish to present at your upcoming social gathering? Try some banana peppers deep fried in oil. Aside from the fact that each bite is tasty, crispy, and tangy, they only take approximately 5–10 minutes to prepare every batch.

2. Cheese Stuffed Banana Peppers

Banana peppers filled with cheese and baked. Picnics, the big game, and gatherings are all great occasions for which bacon-wrapped peppers packed with cheddar and cream cheese may serve as an appetizer.

Incredible filled peppers, if you ask me. If you’ve never been a lover of peppers, please give them another chance. I am not a major pepper lover. But, these things are truly incredible. They will be ideal for serving as appetizers at a gathering.

3. Stuffed Banana Pepper Bites

If you have an overabundance of banana peppers in your garden, making some of these delectable Stuffed Banana Pepper Bites is the ideal way to use them all up.

You won’t be able to stop making them because of how flavorful they are and how simple the preparation is.

Spread the pepper pieces out on a sheet of foil and bake them. Use a spray that prevents food from sticking before cooking.
Put in oven and bake for 20-25 minutes. Present hot with a sauce for dunking.

4. Banana Pepper Pot Roast (Keto + Whole30)

This Banana Pepper Pot Roast that I made is the epitome of healthy comfort food. The preparation will take no more than five minutes, and then you’ll be on your way to a delectable lunch that the whole family will enjoy. Serve on cauliflower mash for the ideal supper that satisfies the requirements of the Whole30, Keto, and Paleo diets.

You may save a lot of time and effort by reusing leftovers throughout the week. Reheating last night’s dinner in a novel way is a weekly ritual for me. Leftover roast, for instance, may be transformed into an entirely new dish just by being served in a new way. Some suggestions for repurposing roast leftovers follow.

5. Spicy Stuffed Chicken With Roasted Banana Peppers

This dish is perfectly up the Chirpy’s alley, since it only only 5 basic ingredients to make a quick and tasty lunch. The melted queso blanco and roasted banana peppers make a great taste combination, and the addition of cumin rounds everything off well.

Cody’s aunt suggested skewering the chicken and grilling it, but we opted to sear the chicken in a skillet for approximately four to five minutes per side.

It will taste fantastic no matter how you prepare it. You’ll have to take my word for it as visuals alone aren’t enough to satisfy your appetite.

6. Banana Pepper And Bacon Hot Dip

A warm and creamy cheese dip topped with sweet banana peppers, crunchy bacon, and a tangy and salty bacon crumble. The Banana Pepper and Bacon Hot Dip is the ideal recipe to use if you are looking for a wonderful chip dip that can be thrown together quickly and easily for the holidays.

Rather than using whole peppers, I opted to use banana pepper rings, which meant that there were no seeds to worry about. However, if whole banana peppers are available, you can use them instead.

The liquid in this dip may evaporate and become somewhat thicker as it sits. I remedied this by adding a few more drops of liquid from the jar of banana peppers, and the dip was good to go.

7. Easy Pickled Banana Peppers

  • Distribute the diced banana peppers among the jars. Pepper may be made denser by shaking the jars.
  • Make sure the jars aren’t too stuffed, though.
  • Remove the papery skin from the garlic bulbs, then slice them thinly and store in jars.
  • Toss the banana peppers into the marinade and fill the jar to within an inch of the top. Marinate the pepper pieces well.
  • Put on the lids and secure the rings on the jars.
  • Reserve in a cold, dark area until the pepper in the marinade has cooled to room temperature.

8. Stuffed Banana Peppers With Hot Sausage

If you’re looking for a dinner that’s low in carbs but yet packed with flavor and heat, give these Stuffed Banana Peppers with Hot Sausage a try. They’re simple to make and full of flavor. You may have them any day of the week as an easy Keto dinner option or as an appetizer.

Include some ground beef or mild sausage in the meat mixture for a little bit of a twist on the traditional recipe.

For the best results, choose a fatty cut of beef rather than a lean one when preparing these peppers so that they retain their moisture and taste. Crushed pig rinds can be added to the meat mixture to lighten it up and give it a texture that is comparable to that of bread crumbs.

9. Potato And Olive Stuffed Banana Peppers

These Potato and Olive Stuffed Banana Peppers are substantial, satisfying, and require just ten ingredients to make. They are inspired by the cuisine of the Mediterranean. | Whole30, Paleo, and Vegan

If you are able to eat dairy products, you may like to sprinkle some mozzarella cheese on top of the peppers around 15 minutes before the end of the cooking period.
If you are adhering to a rigorous paleo diet, choose sweet potatoes with white flesh.

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10. Garden-Fresh Banana Pepper Salsa

A garden fresh salsa really sounds nice, doesn’t it? Have you ever experimented with using banana peppers into one of your salsa recipes? Traditional salsas can benefit from the addition of a novel and intriguing ingredient such as banana peppers.

It is precisely this component that your company will inquire about. Concerns such as, “What makes this particular salsa recipe so amazingly delicious?

12. Banana Pepper Pepperoni Pizza

The combo of banana peppers and pepperoni is one of my favorite topping choices for pizza. I really like how this Banana Pepper Pepperoni Pizza has a little of brininess from the banana peppers in addition to the fiery flavor from the pepperoni. I like to use pickled jalapeos every once in a while for a change of pace. In either case, the combination of briny and spicy toppings is without a doubt superior.

13. Hot Stuffed Banana Pepper Pasta

This is another fantastic dish you can prepare with garden-fresh ingredients. Banana peppers and high-quality sweet Italian sausage make a tasty addition to a plate of spaghetti. Zucchini noodles make a great gluten-free alternative.

14. Banana Pepper Chicken

Are you seeking for a meal that uses chicken that is healthy for you? Banana Pepper Chicken is a dish that only requires five ingredients and is both tasty and simple to make.

The preparation time for the dish is only ten minutes, and the oven is responsible for all of the laborious cooking steps. You’re going to love this simple dish since it’s low in carbs, cheesy, and tasty.

15. Italian Banana Pepper Chicken

Banana peppers and Italian spices give this otherwise basic chicken dish a bold Italian flavor. It’s simple to make and tastes great.

Even though the name of this meal is a mouthful, you won’t regret trying it. The sweet banana peppers add a nice bite to the traditional Italian taste in this dish.

Most people already have the necessary items in their fridges and pantries.

It’s simple and fast to prepare, making it ideal for weeknights when there’s no time to stop and get groceries or think about what to serve for supper.

16. Sweet Pickled Banana Peppers

Another dish that can be made using simply banana peppers, vinegar, and a few other simple ingredients is one that calls for sweet pickled banana peppers. The ideal way to enjoy some Sweet Pickled Banana Peppers is to pair some roasted chicken or a hearty stew on a chilly day.

17. Chilli Sabzi – Banana Pepper Curry

The chicken dish is given a robust Italian flavor through the use of banana peppers and Italian seasonings. The preparation is straightforward, and the end result is delicious.

This dish may have a mouthful of a name, but it’s well worth your time to taste it. Banana peppers, sweet and spicy, give this meal a great contrast to the dish’s otherwise conventional Italian flavor.

The vast majority of households currently stock the required ingredients.

It takes very little time to put together, so it’s perfect for busy weeknights when you don’t have time to go to the store or even think about dinner.