cubanelle


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cu·ba·nelle

 (kyo͞o′bə-nĕl′)
n.
A cultivar of the tropical pepper Capsicum annuum having long, sweet, pale green to red fruits used in cooking.

[Ultimately after Cuba.]
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cubanelle

(ˌkjuːbəˈnɛl)
n
(Cookery) a long thin variety of sweet pepper
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Rojo is made with red peppers, garlic, vinegar and sea salt that has a variety of uses, including as a substitute for mayonnaise in sandwiches; Verde includes: green, red and Cubanelle peppers; red, yellow and white onions; scallions, cilantro, vinegar and sea salt.
The addition of small tomatoes and a cubanelle pepper make it an attractive and tasty offering at your next seafood dinner.
The constant demand for varieties such as the California Wonder, Cayenne Long Red Thin, Cubanelle, Early Jalapeno, and Serrano only proves that consumers will always keep on growing heirloom pepper plants for their remarkable taste, mesmerizing colors, and explosive flavors.
1/3 cup diced Italian frying pepper (also called Cubanelle) or green bell pepper
They tend Sweet Banana' (72 cubanelle, frying to mature faster than days) Lipstick' (73 pepper, pimento bells, and they produce days) Carmen' (80 (C.
Several other studies were conducted using the USDA-SCS Blaney-Criddle method, which involved sorghum at two locations (Goyal and Gonzalez, 1988b), plantain at seven locations (Goyal and Gonzalez, 1988c), and bell and cubanelle peppers at two locations (Goyal and Gonzalez, 1988d).
The peppers category is made up of 22 varieties, all of which increased dollar sales during the latest 52 weeks (with the exception of hot Cubanelle, hot mixed, sweet purple, and sweet white peppers).
Thanksgiving Paella 1/4 cup olive oil 1 whole fryer chicken, cut up and/or- 6 small game birds (quail or doves), dressed and/or- 6 duck breasts 1 pound Savoie's Andouille sausage, cut into bite-sized pieces 2 medium sweet onions, sliced 1 large Cubanelle pepper, coarsely chopped 6 Roma tomatoes, quartered 4 cloves fresh garlic, thinly sliced Sea salt and coarsely-ground black pepper, to your taste 1 tsp.
For best results, use short-season varieties ('Cubanelle', 'Italian Sweet'), set out when soil is above 55[degrees], plant through black plastic, and cover young plants with floating row covers or hot caps.
1 DOZEN GREEN OR YELLOW PEPPERS SUCH AS CUBANELLES 1/2 TSP.