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You can use bottled roasted red peppers for this recipe. I have taken the time to see how a large red pepper compares to the bottled. The flavor is really close, especially in a soup like this one. A large red pepper roasted, peeled and seeded is about 6 ounces. The jars of red peppers that I purchase are about 12 ounces so each jar has about two red peppers in it.
Most of them are packed in water with minimal salt, but look carefully because some will have more salt and others are packed in oil.
First, slice the garlic.
Dice the onion.
Dice the celery.
Then make the soup.
Here's the recipe for Roasted Red Pepper Soup without the pictures.