Red Bell Pepper

Red pepper (also known as capsicum, red  pepper, capsicum, or capsicum) has a slightly sweet but rustic flavor.
These peppers are a fully mature version of the more bitter  peppers.

Its family is native to Central and South America

and its domestication is believed to have started in Central Mexico about 7,500 years ago. Red bell peppers, which are currently cultivated all over the world, are still popular because of their sweet flavor that enlivens numerous dishes.

Red peppers are also an excellent source of vitamins A and C. Each 1/2 cup of raw red bell pepper provides 47% of the recommended daily  intake of vitamin A and 159% of  vitamin C.

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