A fantastic way of taking in the much-needed dose of iron and protein in sufficient quantity. Also a potent source of antioxidants like Vitamin C and Vitamin E along with the fat-soluble agent Vitamin A.
It does contain Vitamin B6 and potassium too. But what actually sets the yellow ones apart from other bell peppers is the presence of lutein and zeaxanthin carotenoids in abundance. Where cooking techniques are concerned, they are not much different from those recommended for other bell peppers. You can grill, roast, steam, saute and stuff these ones too. But take care not to overcook them and destroy the essential nutrients.