Frying peppers are the general term for several different thin-walled, small peppers, many of which would look just like an Anaheim or a pale poblano or monster jalapeño if put in a lineup. Frying peppers, whether green, red or somewhere in between are actually very mild. When sautéed or fried, they are as sweet as anything shaped like the more familiar bell.

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