How to Freeze Stuffed Banana Peppers & Sausage

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Banana peppers have a tangy taste with a hint of sweetness.
Banana peppers have a tangy taste with a hint of sweetness. (Image: banana peppers image by cherie from Fotolia.com)

Stuffed banana peppers are a nice twist to the stuffed green peppers or eggplant. Rather small, banana peppers are great served as an appetizer stuffed with sausage or as a side dish with sausage. Knowing how to freeze and store stuffed banana peppers and sausage is essential to maintaining freshness.

Things You'll Need

  • Cling wrap
  • 2 plastic freezer bags with zippers
  • 2 plastic bowls with lids

Prepare and cook the stuffed banana peppers and sausage.

Wrap each banana pepper and sausage in cling wrap. Twist the end of the cling wrap to avoid unraveling and freezer burn.

Place the banana peppers in a plastic freezer bag and place the sausage in another freezer bag.

Place the bag of stuffed banana peppers in one plastic container and the sausage in another plastic container. Place the lids over each container. Place the containers in the freezer.

Tips & Warnings

  • The banana peppers and sausage can be stored in the freezer for up to two months. Thaw in the refrigerator.
  • Do not wrap food in aluminum foil because aluminum foil is hard to remove when frozen, which can cause you to ingest or choke on aluminum foil.

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