While I normally roast peppers following the traditional method (in the oven), sometimes I get lazy and simply throw them directly on the gas stove like I'm a Spanish grandma. Here's how you do it:
  1. Turn the burner's heat up to high and place the peppers over the flame.
  2. Let them cook, until blackened and charred, turning every couple of minutes to burn each part of the pepper.
  3. The rest of the procedure is the same: once charred, place the peppers in a plastic-wrap covered bowl or brown paper bag to steam. When cooled, peel, slice, and use!

What's your technique for roasting peppers? Share it with us below in the comments.