Roasted peppers lend themselves to a variety of dishes. They can take centrestage in anything from salads to soups, or play a supporting role as a pizza topping or garnish. You can find jarred roasted peppers, but when fresh are on offer - or if you're lucky enough to have a bumper crop from your garden - why not roast your own? Here we show you how, using three different methods.
1. Fresh peppers
2. Kitchen tongs
3. Plastic bag or a glass or metal bowl
4. Kitchen towel