Low in calories and big on flavor, green peppers are delicious when stuffed with beef and rice or when stir-fried with chicken and onions. Browse these recipes and use those green peppers tonight.See Popular Green Peppers Recipes
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A savory combination of sweet Italian sausage, onion, oregano, and mozzarella cheese is tucked into tender green peppers and topped with tomato sauce for an easy-to-make version of this hearty classic.
Oven-roasting the Italian sausage, green peppers, and onions makes these sandwiches really special. They're easy-to-make and are perfect to feed a hungry crowd.
I remember in the hot summertime my mother making jars and jars of this relish. She used the piccalilli as a condiment for ham and beans. But you can use it any number of ways. For me, piccalilli is a pleasant reminder of summer.
This vegetable-loaded pasta is equally delicious warm or cold. Jerry Traunfeld created it with the Eastern Mediterranean staples of cauliflower and bell peppers, which taste great together, especially when tossed in a garlicky walnut pesto.
For a Sicilian-style meal, ready to eat in 30 minutes, serve this grilled sausage, peppers, and onions recipe. The sweet-tart vinegar sauce has toasted almonds and raisins for authentic Italian flavor.
Savory fillings inside lettuce leaves make a healthy appetizer that's light, fresh and fantastic.
Stew is the perfect make-ahead main dish. Serve this recipe with Israeli couscous, available in most grocery stores and specialty food stores.
"I may never use ground meat in my peppers again," said Fran Parisi, Grace Parisi's mother, when she tried this super-flavorful sausage-stuffed version. Another revelation: Smaller Italian frying peppers are much easier to brown in a skillet than the typical green bell peppers, and they also cook faster.
A popular stuffed pepper main dish filled with precooked chicken, asparagus, tarragon, and rice cooked with whipping cream.
If you prefer more salty, smoky flavor, try bacon in place of ham in this picnic-ready bean salad.
You need only five ingredients and one skillet to fix this main-dish recipe. Top the ground turkey and chili bean filling with cornbread batter made from a mix and bake right in the skillet.
A ketchup-based dipping sauce accompanies these pan-fried boneless chicken breasts. Cajun seasoning in the crispy coating adds extra heat.
Score big for nutrition with this fresh salad. These ingredients plus 10 minutes prep equals twice the daily recommendation for vitamin A, nearly a full-day's measure of vitamin C, and one-fifth the recommendation for vitamin E in each serving.
This beef sandwich with cheese and onions on a long roll has been a favorite fast food in the City of Brotherly Love since at least the 1930s.