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Moroccan-Style Stuffed Peppers for Two

January/February 2012

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (24 votes)

Aromatic savory-and-sweet stuffed peppers are a satisfying supper, thanks to lean beef, brown rice and bell pepper in each bite. And this recipe makes just enough for two. Serve with rainbow chard sautéed with olive oil, garlic and parsley.


Moroccan-Style Stuffed Peppers for Two Recipe

3 Reviews for Moroccan-Style Stuffed Peppers for Two

06/11/2014
Anonymous
Great non-oven recipe

I've made this recipe twice now. Last night I didn't have any orange zest but the recipe was still great. You would think that the mint would overpower the flavors but it doesn't. One pepper is plenty per person. You could probably stuff three peppers even four if they are small. I'm having the leftover stuffing with a little more rice and the leftover sauce mixed up for lunch today with a side of leftover broccoli. I sent the recipe to my brother who is vegan with the suggestion of substituting beans or lentils for the meat.

ps It would really help to do what a previous commentor suggested and cook the brown rice earlier.

tasty, low fat, very filling
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12/15/2013
Anonymous
Subtle flavours and delicious!

My husband and I thought this was the best thing we've tasted in a long time and it's heart-healthy! An unusual combination of flavors that all work together and come through so subtly. The red peppers I used cooked so beautifully in the microwave. I followed the recipe except for changing the amt. of cumin to 1/4 tsp. If you're tired of the same old same old, give this a try! This will become a regular on our menu.

Quick and colourful!
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08/20/2013
Anonymous
Yummy Delicious

I made these for dinner and me and my husband loved them. I used brown rice to make it healthier and I cooked up the rice the day before t save time. It came out great and we loved them. ill definitely make again

This recipe was fast and easy to make and healthy
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