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How Many Peppers are in 1 kg?

Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
How Many Peppers are in 1 kg?

Peppers are crunchy vegetables with a sweet or spicy taste. Their varieties have differences in taste, color and shape. They are found in shades of green to dark red, as well as in different sizes.

Peppers have been used for thousands of years and today are part of various dishes with peppers, salads with peppers, for pizzas and are also prepared and stuffed.

Bell peppers are also used to make paprika, which is dried and grinded into a powder. They are low in calories and extremely vitamin C rich as well as other antioxidants, making them a great addition to a healthy diet.

Green, unripe peppers have a slightly bitter taste and are not as sweet as fully ripe red peppers.

Nutritional value of peppers

100 g of peppers have 31 calories, 6 g of carbohydrates, 1 g of protein, 2 g of fiber and 4 g of sugar. Of these 100 g, 92 are water - this helps our body stay hydrated.

How much does a pepper weigh

One pepper can weigh 5 g and another - 200 g. A small bell pepper is about 100-120 g, the average is about 120-150 g and a large one can reach 250 g.

Roughly in one kg of peppers, there are 10-12 peppers.

On average, one kilogram of bell peppers will be a total of 6-7 peppers.

One kilogram of raw peppers is equivalent to about 600 g roasted and cleaned from the seeds peppers.

One small green hot pepper weighs an average of 45 g, therefore 1 kg of green hot peppers will be 22 peppers.

And you probably like something tasty, such as:

- roasted peppers in sauce;

- stuffed peppers;

- pepper burek.



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