Roasted Red Peppers Stuffed with Kale & Rice

Winter 2003, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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You can vary the filling by substituting robust mustard greens or collards, or milder greens, such as spinach, escarole or Swiss chard. (Cook the greens until just tender in Step 2.)

"This was perfect- easy to make and yummy! I added ground turkey, subtracted the diced peppers. My husband wouldn't stop raving about it. I'm looking forward to making this again! "
Roasted Red Peppers Stuffed with Kale & Rice

13 Reviews for Roasted Red Peppers Stuffed with Kale & Rice

Good not great

I made this because I had some kale and red peppers to use up. I had a part of a green pepper so I added that to the filling instead of the red pepper. Also I know know why the instructions says to boil the kale. I just added it to the dry pan after the onions , garlic and green pepper and wilted it, which worked great. I added some fresh thyme because it had it. Overall, I thought it needed a bit more flavor.

Excellent dish!

I basically cleaned out my fridge on this one, I didn't have any pine nuts, but had some left over zucchini and portabella mushrooms which I diced up, sauteed, and put in the filling. I omitted the red pepper in the filling and just used some crushed red pepper for seasoning. This was one of the most amazing dishes I've ever made, my husband said I should open a healthy living restaurant after trying these...and he's from New Jersey, grew up on eating stuffed peppers, so this is a real compliment!

I use my own version...but it's so good.

I love this recipe, it's one of my favorites and I make it as much as I can (or, when red peppers are on sale...). However, I modified it, with the rice I use onions and jalapenos only, I skip the chopped red pepper. I skip the pine nuts and kale. And in the last 5 minutes after taking the foil off, I put a slice of pepper jack cheese over each pepper. IT'S SO DELICIOUS.


This recipe was a hit husband loved fact we made it two days in a row (his request). However second time I added a nice difference in fact better, sweetness was good. Plus I added grated lite cheddar to mix....yum

Colorful and delicious

Wowzer! This was delicious. I substituted quinoa for the brown rice but otherwise made the recipe exactly as written. My 17 year old initially wrinkled his nose when he learned no meat was included in the dish, but then inhaled two servings and told me he would make frequent trips home from college just so he could eat my home cooked meals. Success!

Chock full of flavor and nutrition,

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