Peppers it has quite a kick. It tastes crisp and fresh, is versatile and trumps with a lot of nutrients on. Especially one ingredient boasts numerous benefits for the health and ensures moreover, for a slim waist. I always have for breakfast wether cooked or fresh.
Picture above is Red Bell Pepper with bacon, onion, spring onion, garlic and beaten egg for breakfast. Serve with bread but hubby ate it with rice a typical Filipino breakfast eventhough we are here in europe 😛
While down is Green Bell Pepper with ham (Schinken), onion, garlic and beaten egg. Also served with brown bread for the kids of course it’s for breakfast too.
Whether red, orange, yellow or green even in the colors of choice. Added to this are various forms. While peppers are rather thick and round, red pepper have a longer and narrower shape. The different pepper varieties differ from each other in the taste. From mild to hot, the peppers in a variety of shades is healthy and delicious.
We know that pepper has large amounts of potassium, magnesium, zinc and calcium. In addition, the peppers are rich in vitamins, in addition to vitamins A and B, are particularly rich in vitamin C contained in it. Add red chili vitamin C content compared to other colored peppers are especially high. While 100 grams green peppers contain about 140 milligrams of vitamin C, it is 400 milligrams at a red tomato pepper. Thus the pepper is one of the vitamin C-rich foods at all.
Take it away from me Folks 😉