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I'm no expert, but I think you were on the right track. Just wait some time for the bell peppers to come loose from the burners. Good luck
answered Aug 27 '11 by BaffledCook
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Put a flame to the peppers (either on the gas stove or a blowtorch). When it's black, it peels great. The meat will not be cooked. Another way is to put it in the oven until done. When warm they peel …
answered Jul 23 '12 by BaffledCook